According to the service supplier Xuan Truong construction private enterprise, the tour will operate the route Trang An - Trinh temple - May cave - Tien spring - Dia Linh cave - Dai cave - Vu Lam palace - Filming location of King Kong Skull Island and vice versa, with the time of 3-4 hours.
This will be the third tour of this kind launched by Xuan Truong in the site.
The Trang An Landscape Complex was recognised by UNESCO as a Cultural and Natural World Heritage Site in 2014.
In UNESCO's words, "Trang An is a resplendent complex of limestone karst peaks which are permeated with valleys, including submerged ones, and surrounded by steep, almost vertical cliffs," nestling on the southern shore of the Red River Delta.
Archaeological traces of human activity dating back thousands of years have been found within the complex.
The Trang An Complex boasts several nationally recognised sites like the Trang An ecotourism site and Hoa Lu, Vietnam's capital in the 10th and 11th centuries.
The area also has many temples, pagodas, paddy fields, villages and other sacred sites.
It is home to about 500 flora species, 73 species of birds and 41 species of other animals and has a diverse ecosystem./.