Tourism Ambassador of Viet Nam Jordan Vogt-Roberts, director of
the Hollywood movie “Kong: Skull Island”, revisited the filming location at
Trang An landscape complex in the northern province of Ninh Binh on May 10.
The director was excited and surprised to see the studio had been restored by
the provincial and Xuan Truong Construction Enterprise for Trang An Festival
He also talked with actors and actresses playing indigenous people in the movie.
Vogt-Roberts said he was very happy that Kong: Skull Island had make a great
impact after two months of screening. Particularly, the natural scenes shot in
Ninh Binh in particular and Viet Nam in general have been seen by global
He expressed his desire to fulfill his mission as tourism ambassador of Viet Nam
to promote the country’s image and Ninh Binh particularly to international
In the future, he hopes to shoot more movies in Viet Nam and Ninh Binh to create
jobs for locals.
The blockbuster movie was shot in many locations in Ninh Binh from February 27
to March 15, 2016, including the Trang An scenic complex – which was recognised
as a world Cultural and Natural Heritage by UNESCO..