HomeAbroadVisit King Kong’s ‘Skull Island’ With the much-anticipated release of ‘Kong: Skull Island’, the reboot of the classic 1933 movie ‘King Kong’, set for this Friday (10 March), there’s no better time to take a trip to Vietnam’s stunning North Central Coast and experience the action off-screen. 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, which are home to some of the world’s largest and most spectacular caverns, ripe for adventurous exploration. The movie used the idyllic Ninh Binh and Phong Nha National Park as its main locations for filming – with the film’s A-lister stars, including Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson and Brie Larson all paying a visit to the area. Join the Hollywood stars and experience the action for yourself with InsideVietnam Tours‘ 14-night Family Caving & Culture itinerary, an exciting trip that takes visitors to both spectacular locations. Price: 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. Reservations: To make a booking, phone 0117 244 3370 or click here.