A trench at Eliane 2 at Dien Bien PhuJourney back in time to visit the battlefields then and now, and learn more about military history of Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar. You may be a veteran who would like to visit the battlefields that you once were, or you may be in the army who would like to have a military tour and training for your unit, or simply you are a history buff doing researches for your own interest; Paradissa could customize a battlefield tour to suit your requirements.

  •  Dinh Hoa is a valley surrounded by high mountains. In the valleys, there are hills and mountains of various heights. The area housed the seat of the Viet Minh's government during the Franco-Viet Minh War (1947-1954). Visiting Dinh Hoa, you'll travel back in time to learn about a very important period in the modern history of Vietnam.

  • The French started attacking Vietnam in 1857 and managed to invade Sai Gon, southern Vietnam in 1858. From 1858 to 1865, the French marched northward and gradually invaded all of Vietnam. Along with its neighbors Laos and Cambodia, Vietnam was put into a French colony called Indochina.

  • The battle of Khe Sanh which took place from 21 January to 8 April 1968 commanded wide attention from the world media. For 77 days, Khe Sanh was under constant ground and artillery attacks by the People's Army of Vietnam. Khe Sanh since has also been the focus of many controversies and has remained a mystery among historians and political analysts as to the meaning of the attacks by the People's Army of Vietnam...

  • Paradissa’s guide to battlefields in Vietnam are dedicated providing information on the former battlefields in Vietnam which could be of interest to those who love to learn about the Vietnamese history.

  • Dien Bien Phu Tour is a military historical tour to the famed Dien Bien Phu Battle which helped to change the course of the world history and of the Vietnamese history. The tour length is for 3 days, 2 nights.

    Destinations: Hanoi, Dien Bien Tour Theme/Activity: Adventure, Hiking, History, Battlefield
  • The First Indochina War was pivotal the history of the Vietnamese Army, in shaping up a completely different chapter in the history of French Indochina, in influencing different revolutionary movements in the world and in showing a new balance of power among super powers in the world back in the time and nowadays...

    Destinations: Hanoi, Hoa Binh, Dien Bien, Lai Chau, Yen Bai, Muong Lo - Nghia Lo, Son La, Moc Chau Tour Theme/Activity: Adventure, Hiking, Ethnic villages, Mountains, History, Battlefield
  • Gulf of Tonkin is the sea area between Vietnam and China. Hai Phong Port in the Gulf of Tonkin was the biggest port in North Vietnam at the time. Via Hai Phong, North Vietnam received aids from outside during the war. Historically a lot of conflicts in Vietnam started in Hai Phong thanks to its strategic location.

  • Embark on our one-day historical tour to journey back in time and visit the site of the capital of Vietnam during the resistance war against the French (1947-1954).

    Destinations: Hanoi, Thai Nguyen Tour Theme/Activity: Mountains, History, Battlefield
  • History of the First Indochina War is an adventure historical tour bringing you through the former battlefields of the war. The length of the trip is 14 days, 13 nights.

    Destinations: Hanoi, Hoa Binh, Dien Bien, Lai Chau, Lang Son, Cao Bang, Bac Kan, Yen Bai, Mu Cang Chai, Muong Lo - Nghia Lo, Son La Tour Theme/Activity: Adventure, Hiking, Ethnic villages, Mountains, History, Battlefield, Off-the-beaten track
  • By 1959, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam) and the elements of what later became known as the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam had realized that it was not possible to have the country re-unified via a general election as stated by the Geneva Accord in 1954, and that  the only way to bring the 2 pieces of the country together again was through a military victory.

  • 6December1950: De Lattre was appointed the high commissioner of Indochina and military commander of French forces in Indochina. De Lattre wanted the supreme powers in the army and in the politics to have all tools to make his plan into reality.

  • The Battle of Hoa Binh in 1951-1952 during the Franco-Viet Minh War or the First Indochina War was among the most important battles that helped to shape up the course of the war.

    Destinations: Hanoi, Hoa Binh Tour Theme/Activity: History, Battlefield
  • Our one day tour from Hue to Ashau Valley engages you in the infamous battle of Hamburger Hill in 1969.

    Destinations: Hue, A Luoi Tour Theme/Activity: Mountains, History, Battlefield
  • Travel back in time for one day to the former battlefields at Vietnam's former DMZ once marked fierce battles during the Vietnam War (or American War as known in Vietnam).

    Destinations: DMZ, Hue Tour Theme/Activity: History, Battlefield
  • The battlefield tour from Hue to the DMZ and Haburger Hill visit the combat sites and recall the Hill Battles around Khe Sanh, the Battle of Khe Sanh and Battle of Hamburger Hill which took place from 1967-1969. The tour is for war veterans, historians and travelers with special interest in history.

    Destinations: Quang Tri, DMZ, Hue Tour Theme/Activity: Adventure, Family, Hiking, Mountains, History, Battlefield, Off-the-beaten track
  • The valley derives its name from the nearby Drang River in Vietnam's Central Highlands, was the site  of the first major encounters between U.S Army and the People's Army of Vietnam (PAVN).

  • The Indochina Wars (the First and the Second?) have left several of us perplexed with the unanswered question: Why Vietnam? Paradissa’s historical tour and battlefield tour brings you back in time to visit the simmering cauldron named Vietnam in 1945 and visit the grounds the ensuing battles in 1946-1950. The tour length is 7 days/6 nights.

    Destinations: Hanoi, Lang Son, Cao Bang, Bac Kan, Thai Nguyen, Tuyen Quang Tour Theme/Activity: Adventure, Idyllic countryside, Mountains, History, Battlefield, Off-the-beaten track
  • Dak To – Tan Canh, over 45km northwest of Kon Tum City, is a valley with rolling hills and mountain ranges running westward all the way to the border with Laos and Cambodia.

    Destinations: Kon Tum Tour Theme/Activity: Plateau, History, Battlefield
  • Ly Thuong Kiet Campaign by Viet Minh in 1951 also known as Nghia Lo Battle was a military operation to remove the French posts at Nghia Lo in Yen Bai. All Viet Minh's attempts were without success, but the operation left good lessons to Viet Minh's commanders and soldiers. And they did show that they learned the lessons through their susequent campaigns...

  • Son My had been a little peaceful village bordered to the south by the Tra Khuc River and to the east by the East Vietnam Sea. Son My was divided into different hamlets, designated My Lai 1, 2, 3, 4 respectively.