in2 Travel: Star Destination – Vietnam’s North Central Coast

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THE much-anticipated ‘Kong: Skull
Island’, a reboot of the classic 1933
movie ‘King Kong’, went on release
in cinemas last weekend and is due
to shine a spotlight on Vietnam’s
stunning North Central Coast.
One of the main regions used for
filming, the movie took for its
locations both Ninh Binh and Phong
Nha National Park.
With the film’s top Hollywood
stars, including Tom Hiddleston,
Samuel L. Jackson, and Brie Larson,
having said to have visited to film on
the ground, interest in the area is
likely to increase in light of the movie
showcasing the natural beauty of the
area.

The largest movie ever filmed in
Vietnam, ‘Kong: Skull Island’ features
some of the country’s most
magnificent scenery, including
Ninh Binh’s dramatic limestone
peaks and Phong Nha National Park,
home to some of the world’s largest
and most spectacular caverns, ripe
for adventurous exploration.
Visit King Kong’s ‘Skull Island’ –
from £1,650 pp with
InsideVietnam Tours:

The 14-night Family Caving &
Culture itinerary, features both
locations. The trip is priced from
£1,650 pp (two sharing) and includes
airport transfers, internal flights, all
accommodation (including one night
on a sleeper train and a Halong Bay
one-night cruise), daily breakfast,
three lunches and three dinners.
International flights extra.

For more information on this
amazing adventure contact:
InsideVietnam Tours on 0117 244
3370 or visit
www.insidevietnamtours.com.

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