Quang Binh is well known as an exclusive land of adventures which includes the truly wildlife creatures of caves & underground rivers, with the limestone formations in cave systems hidden behind the thick scenery of jungles.
There are two main filming locations that the Kong production team chose to witness the film in Quang Binh: Yen Phu Lake & Tu Lan Cave System.
Yen Phu Lake is a tranquil lake resides in the middle of foggy countryside surrounding by majestic karst mountains of Yen Phu Village, Minh Hoa District, Quang Binh. The lake is the background for a scene in which a pilot is seriously wounded after his helicopter crash-lands onto the island.
The whole filming set in Yen Phu Lake was spread over about 500m2 including film sites, camp area of cook & catering team.
Another enchanting filming location of Quang Binh is Tu Lan Cave System area in Tan Hoa commune. The filming set was rotate around the dazzling slow-flowing Rao Nan River & the spectacularly green peanut field in front of Rat Cave – a cave belongs to Tu Lan Cave System.
Luckily, the production team chose the right period of time to film. Spring comes to Quang Binh brought up a more garish and lurid scenery than nature normally endorses. The river has the brighter jade color while witness the beauty of the sun slant through the peanut field, glowed gently across the mist create a blooming symphony of nature for the film.
The whole filming set in Tu Lan Cave System has total range of 600m2 including film site, parking & camping area.