Spectacular views of Ninh Binh northern province where the blockbuster “Kong: Skull Island” was filmed, have impressed tourists through flycam perspective.
The Trang An Tourism Complex in Ninh Binh has been recognised as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. It is home to limestone mountains 31 lakes connecting to each other through 48 caves.
Scenic views of Trang An wharf, Bai Dinh pagoda, and Am Tien cave through flycam and the lens of Galaxy A Series 2017.
The tourism complex has become an ideal studio for many films such as Thien Menh Anh Hung (Blood Letter), Tam Cam-Chuyen Chua Ke (Tam Cam – the Untold story), and Kong: Skull Island.
The Vu Lam royal step-over palace was built during the reign of King Tran Thai Tong.
View of Trang An Tourism Complex.
Bai Dinh Pogoda is famous with the highest Buddha tower in Southeast Asia.