Panorama Group, the most integrated and leading tourism company in Indonesia, give its best support to make the Asian Games 2018 a successful event. Panorama has become one of the distribution channel through its outlets for the multi-sport event held from 18 August to 2 September 2018.
Indonesia is co-hosting the prestigious event in two cities Jakarta and Palembang, prepared with adequate accessibilities and well-equipped facilities. The event are expected to also boost Indonesia tourism industry with sport spectators coming from all over Asia.
“We are giving our best support the Asian Games 2018.” said Budi Tirtawisata, Group CEO of Panorama Group. “We wanted to bring success not only for the sporting event, but for Indonesia tourism. We are selling tickets for the games; and especially for Japanese spectators attending Asian Games, we offer additional tour packages to explore the wonders of Indonesia” he added.
Early in 2017, Panorama Group has transform one of its business by synergizing with Japanese biggest tourism company JTB Corp. The synergy allows the company to give best from both side of Indonesia and Japan, through Panorama JTB Tours Indonesia. Panorama offers special packages for sport spectators from Japan to enjoy Indonesia as they support their national team on Asian Games 2018. Aside from watching the games, spectators from Japan can combine their package to visit several tourist destinations in Indonesia. Offering famous destinations like Bali and Jogjakarta, the company sees the potential of bringing as much as 1.000 foreign tourist from Japan to Indonesia.
Sport supporters from all over Indonesia are also very excited to support the national team. Panorama are selling tickets through Panorama JTB outlets across the nation and its online channels. With Panorama, supporters from the archipelago can also book their flight and hotel reservation with one stop shopping.
“We are very positive for Asian Games 2018. We are committed support the sporting event and make Asian Games 2018 a success, also for the tourism industry.” Budi added.