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Indonesia’s 2024 public holidays

Indonesia’s 2024 public holidays

There are at least 16 days of national holidays/collective leave to look forward to this year for some much-needed R&R.

Got any travel plans this year? Book your flights or plan your rest days as the Cabinet Secretariat of the Republic of Indonesia has shared Indonesia’s list of public holidays for 2024.

Per the list, Indonesia will celebrate a total of 17 days of national holidays in 2024.

According to the decree, certain work or organisational units, institutions or companies whose function is to provide direct services to the people at the central or regional levels that cover the interest of the wider community, will have to regulate the assignment of workers on these holidays in 2024.

Those are affected are:

  • Hospitals
  • Community health centres
  • Telecommunication providers
  • Electricity
  • Water supply
  • Drinking water supply
  • Firefighters
  • Security & safety
  • Banking
  • Transportation and other similar work

The list of national holidays is as follows:

January

  1. 1 January, Monday: New Year 2024

February

  1. 8 February, Thursday: Isra Mi’raj (Ascension Day) of Prophet Muhammad.
  2. 10 February, Saturday: Chinese New Year 2575 Kongzili

March

  1. 11 March, Monday: the Holy Day of Silence, Saka New Year 1946
  2. 29 March, Friday: Good Friday
  3. 31 March, Sunday: Easter Day

April

  1. 10-11 April, Wednesday & Thursday: Eid Al-Fitr 1445 Hijri

May

  1. 1 May, Wednesday: International Labor Day
  2. 9 May, Thursday: Ascension of Jesus Christ
  3. 23 May, Thursday: Vesak Day 2568 BE

June

  1. 1 June, Saturday: Pancasila Day
  2. 17 June, Monday: Eid al-Adha 1445 Hijri

July

  1. 7 July, Sunday: Islamic New Year 1446 Hijri

August

  1. 17 August, Monday: Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia 

September

  1. 16 September, Monday: Birthday of Prophet Muhammad 

December

  1. 25 December, Wednesday: Christmas Day

In addition to the public holidays, the decree also stated that Indonesia will also be receiving 10 days of collective leave, as follows: 

  1. 9 February, Friday: Chinese New Year 2575 Kongzili 
  2. 12 March, Tuesday: the Holy Day of Silence, Saka New Year 1946
  3. 8,9,12 & 15 April, Monday, Tuesday, Friday & the following Monday: Eid Al-Fitr 1445 Hijri
  4. 10 May, Friday: Ascension of Jesus Christ
  5. 24 May, Friday: Vesak Day
  6. 18 June, Tuesday: Eid al-Adha 1445 Hijri
  7. 26 December, Thursday: Christmas Day 

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