About Panorama Destination
Panorama was founded by Mr. Adhi Tirtawisata in 1972. Over nearly five decades since, the company has evolved and expanded into Panorama Leisure Group, integrating Tourism, Transportation and Hospitality as the core of the Group's business activities.
Panorama Destination was founded in December 1999 and is made up of more than a thousand travel professionals and licensed tour guides, specialising in inbound travel services. We operate a network of offices across Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam, providing unmatched tourism services throughout Southeast Asia.
Panorama Destination is Indonesia’s leading tour operator, awarded ‘Best Tour Operator in Indonesia’ 2007, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019 by TTG Asia and Most Popular Destination Company for MICE in 2015. We were named Best Inbound Travel Agency in South East Asia by Travel Weekly in 2016, 2018 and 2019, and were included in the prestigious Forbes 50 Best of the Best companies for 2017 and 2018. Every year, more than 150,000 inbound tourists trust their travel arrangements to us.
“The Time Has Come”: Thailand to Reopen on 1 November
Starting next month, Thailand will reopen its borders to international travellers, allowing fully vaccinated tourists to travel freely and without quarantine throughout the Kingdom. The news brings an end to Thailand’s period of Covid closure – travel restrictions that have […]READ MORE
Travel Safe: Malaysia Launches TSA Certification Ahead of Tourism Return
On 10 October, the government officially launched Travel Safe Alliance (TSA) Malaysia; a series of end-to-end safe travel solutions, designed to restore confidence and pave the way for returning international travellers. The TSA programme will inspect all tourism-related businesses to ensure they meet the highest […]READ MORE
Bali is Back: Island to Reopen in October
The Indonesian government is planning to reopen Bali to international tourists later this month, following a series of ministerial meetings held last week and during the weekend. The latest news is that the island is expected to welcome back foreign […]READ MORE
Rethink, Transform and Restart: Sarawak Tourism Reopens
Starting from 1 October, the state of Sarawak reopened its borders and officially welcomed back tourists, as Malaysia continues to lift Covid restrictions and look to the future. All tourist attractions, hotels and programmes are now fully reinstated, provided the appropriate SOP are in place. The state is currently looking to start travel bubble arrangements with […]READ MORE
Covid-19 Situation Report: Vietnam
As of 1 October 2021, Vietnam’s Ministry of Health has confirmed a total of 797,712 cases of Covid-19. From this group, a total of 636,081 have already recovered and been discharged from hospitals. Vietnam has also recorded a total of 19,437 deaths due to the pandemic. Most recently, the country has joined its regional neighbours […]READ MORE
Covid-19 Situation Report: Thailand
Starting from 1 October, Thailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) approved a reduction in mandatory quarantine for vaccinated arrivals. Fully vaccinated travellers will now only need to quarantine for 7 days instead of the usual 14. Unvaccinated arrivals will need to quarantine for either 10 or 14 days, depending on whether they […]READ MORE