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.
Covid-19 Situation Report: Vietnam
At the time of writing (30/7), Vietnam has officially reported 128,413 confirmed cases of Covid-19, of which 31,780 have already recovered. To date, 18.5 million tests have been performed nationwide. Ho Chi Minh City is the worst-affected region, with 56,258 confirmed cases. A curfew began in the city from 26 […]READ MORE
Covid-19 Situation Report: Thailand
Thailand has imposed a nationwide ban on public gatherings and is considering more restrictions on movement as authorities grapple with a recent rise in cases. The Kingdom’s Prime Minister, Prayuth Chan-o-cha, recently said “there is a need to expand measures to limit people’s movement as much as […]READ MORE
Covid-19 Situation Report: Malaysia
The news from Malaysia is generally very good. Travel restrictions are being carefully lifted nationwide, tourism destinations are being fast-tracked for an imminent reopening, and vaccination programmes are advancing at record-breaking pace. The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC) has confirmed Malaysia’s tourism […]READ MORE
Covid-19 Situation Report: Indonesia
On 1 July, Indonesia announced a partial lockdown for Java and Bali. This included work-from-home orders for all non-essential industries, while shopping malls were closed and supermarkets were forced to operate at 50% capacity and with an 8pm curfew. On 7 July, these restrictions were expanded to all other parts of the country. Under these restrictions, food outlets were limited […]READ MORE
Malaysia to Reopen in Stages: Government Announces Revival Plan
Malaysia’s Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC) has announced plans to reopen the country’s tourism sector in three phases. Working alongside the National Security Council (NSC), MOTAC calls this fast-track initiative for the tourism sector the Covid-19 Free Destination Programme. The first phase will open up so-called ‘pilot destinations’, as […]READ MORE
Tourism Malaysia Video Wins International Film Award
A short film produced by Tourism Malaysia has won an award for Best Camerawork at the 21st WorldMediaFestivals in Germany. Created in collaboration with Sharp and Chilli Pepper Films, the film is called ‘Magic Eye.’ It features a montage of eye-catching motifs from Malaysia, spanning a variety of cultures, […]READ MORE