Vietnam’s peninsula chosen as shooting location for US reality show

By Tuan Hoang, Kieu Duong   February 13, 2019 | 01:58 pm GMT+7

Cam Ranh was selected as the location for the sixth episode of U.S. TV show The Bachelor.

The dating and relationship reality series aired yesterday and it chose Cam Ranh Peninsula of Vietnam as its shooting location.

The show filmed at a resort with Indochine design on Cam Ranh, Khanh Hoa Province in the country's South Central Coast region 

View of the beach from the resort at Cam Ranh, where the filming took place. Photo by Shutterstock/Merrillie Redden.

View of the beach from the resort at Cam Ranh, where the filming took place. Photo by Shutterstock/Merrillie Redden.

This is the 23rd season of The Bachelor. It featured 26-year-old Colton Underwood, a former professional football player on the journey to find the right lover. In this season, the show will include visits in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Portugal. 

In 2014, Hoi An and Da Nang were also chosen as shooting locations for the show.

Cam Ranh was ranked as one of the best places to visit by Condé Nast Traveler in 2018, praised for its "pristine coastline and beaches."

Vinh Hy, Cam Ranh. Photo by Shutterstock/Tri Le

Vinh Hy, Cam Ranh. Photo by Shutterstock/Tri Le

First aired in 2002, The Bachelor is one of the most well-known reality shows about dating. Different versions of the show have appeared in more than 30 countries including Vietnam. The Bachelor Vietnam’s first season was aired in 2018 and concluded after 12 episodes.

 
 
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