Skull Island: The amazingly scenic setting for the latest King Kong blockbuster movie released in 2017. Take a 2 hour boat ride along the winding river that twists and turns along the flatlands in between the towering sheer limestone karsts that makes this area so stunningly beautiful. You will have a local person paddling you along the river in a small 2-5 passenger row boat, where you can have a short break at a beautiful temple, and amongst all the mountains and caves, still lies the village of conical coconut huts built for the hollywood movie...you can even take photos with some of the actors dressed in the tribal outfits and face painting they wore for the filming. This is where UNESCO world heritage meets Hollywood.
Bai Dinh pagoda is the largest Buddhist complex in Vietnam and also holds many other records of Vietnam, and Asia including, Southeast Asia’s largest bronze Buddha. Over five hundred craftsmen and many groups of workers from famous traditional craft villages included Phu Loc wood making village, Ninh Van stone carving village, Y Yen bronze casting village, and Van Lam embroidery village.