The last stop of Kong: Skull Island in Vietnam is Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh Province, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site twice.

Ha Long Bay is a famous tourist destination in Vietnam, recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site for esthetic and geomorphological values.

The film crew was present in Ha Long about half a year ago and surveyed many days on the bay. On March 16th, Jordan Vogt – Roberts last checked before shooting the next day.

Ti Tốp Island, where the famous beach with white sand and blue water is always the favorite stop of all visitors when visiting Ha Long Bay. The island is 14 km east of Bai Chay.

Ti Tung Island is located among many other small islands, forming a beautiful lively community, the stopping place of tourist boats.

Hon Trong Mai is also known as Ga Choi, located in the southwest of Ha Long Bay, 5 km from Bai Chay.

The sky-blue sky is a blue color with small islands on the blue sea.

Ba Hang is also a favorite stop for visitors because in addition to visiting the fishing village you can also kayak yourself to visit the cave on the bay.

Cau Le – Ba Hang is about 30 km from Tuan Chau and about 20 km from Hon Gai pier. This is the location adjacent to Cat Ba Island of Hai Phong , and the location of the blockbuster movie Kong: Skull Island.

Thousands of islands with different shapes in the middle of the sky create unique beauty for Halong Bay.

Nature offers beautiful Ha Long Bay, mountains, islands and beautiful caves. Famous addresses include Ngoc Vung, Tuan Chau Island , Cave of Wonder, Thien Cung Cave.

An unusual view of Ha Long Bay from Bai Tho Mountain. Being one of the two most beautiful bays in Vietnam right next to Nha Trang Bay, Halong Bay is a place that regularly welcomes foreign cruise ships.