Tour OperatorsAfter 30 years, PACTO has outgrown its office in Sanur, Bali

PACTO is going up in the world

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PACTO is on the move in Sanur, Bali, ahead of the construction of its new high-tech office.
PACTO is on the move in Sanur, Bali, ahead of the construction of its new high-tech office. Photo Credit: PACTO

DENPASAR – Destination management company PACTO is on the move in Bali – heading to a temporary office while it constructs a new headquarters on the site of the office on Jalan Bypass Sanur which it has occupied since 1989.

Founded in 1967, PACTO became Bali’s first DMC and among the very few travel and tour companies operating internationally in Indonesia.

PACTO has outgrown the carrying capacity of its Bali’s office, which will be closed for 12 months in order to permit the old building’s demolition and the construction of a new four-storey building for its 120 employees.

Travel and destination specialists at PACTO Bali will then work from individual “command posts” offering  the latest information, reservation and communication technology.

PACTO has 300 employees nationwide working in offices located in Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Surabaya and Medan.

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