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.
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As Bali prepares to reopen its borders to foreign arrivals from July onwards, the Indonesian government has confirmed what safety measures will be in place, to ensure a safe and welcoming return of international tourism. An official promotional video from […]READ MORE
Covid-19 Situation Report: Vietnam
In May, Vietnam experienced a rise in coronavirus cases, after many months of zero transmission. Now, five weeks into the new wave, Vietnam has recorded 4,597 local infections in 37 of its 63 cities and provinces. The government is tackling the new outbreak […]READ MORE
Covid-19 Situation Report: Thailand
Following a third wave that swept through Thailand in April and May, new cases have now begun to subside. Taweesilp Visanuyothin, who is the spokesman for the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, confirmed in a recent statement that the number of new cases is decreasing. Tourism Authority of […]READ MORE
Covid-19 Situation Report: Malaysia
At the time of writing, Malaysia has 78,017 active coronavirus cases, with 846 people receiving intensive care in hospital. The total cumulative cases since the start of the pandemic is currently at 549,514. Malaysia reported 8,290 new cases on May 28, its fourth straight day […]READ MORE
Covid-19 Situation Report: Indonesia
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), global cases of Covid-19 continue to decrease, mainly due to the progress of vaccination efforts around the world. WHO is working closely with the Indonesian Government to monitor the situation and prevent further spread of disease in Indonesia, […]READ MORE
Tourism Associations Call for Proactive Action
As Malaysia responds to the recent spike in Covid-19 infections by re-entering lockdown, leading tourism sector representatives have issued an S.O.S to the government, demanding a clear roadmap for recovery, interim financial support and the promise of hope beyond the horizon. Nigel Wong […]READ MORE