(2023 Indonesia) holiday schedule

JanuaryNew Year’s DayOn January 1It is the beginning of the year of the Gregorian calendar, and it is also a public holiday in Indonesia.
Chinese Lunar New Year’s DayOn January 22Unlike the Gregorian calendar, it is also known as the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year, and is represented by a twelve Chinese zodiac sign every year.
FebruaryAscension of the Prophet MuhammadOn February 18This event marks the night when Allah takes the prophet from Mecca to Jerusalem and then into heaven.
MarchBali’s Day of Silence March 22ndThere is no celebration on the day of quiet residence. People sit quietly and meditate at home, and they must abide by the following four prohibitions: no fire (light on), no work, no going out, and no entertainment.
AprilGood FridayOn April 7Many Christians celebrate Good Friday on the Friday before Easter. It commemorates the suffering and death of Jesus Christ, which is the second day of Maundy Thursday Day.
Eid-ul-FitrApril 21stEid al-Fitr is the first day of the Islamic month of Shawar. During Eid al-Fitr, many Muslims participate in group prayer, listen to a sermon and do charity in the form of food.
MayLabor DayOn May 1International Labor Day, also known as “International Day of Demonstrations”, is Labor Day in most countries in the world.
Buddha’s AnniversaryOn May 5It is a festival for the Southern Buddhism tradition to commemorate the birth, enlightenment, and nirvana of the founder of Buddhism, Sakyamuni Buddha. Buddhists in Indonesia will hold a grand celebration on this day.
JunePancasila DayOn June 1On June 1, 1945, Indonesian President Sukarno put forward the five basic principles of “Panchahira”, which is of great significance as the guiding ideology of Indonesia’s founding. Later, this day was designated as the birthday of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.
Eid al-AdhaJune 28thEid al-Adha is an Islamic festival to commemorate Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son in accordance with the order of Allah. The festival is deeply concerned by Muslims around the world.
JulyIslamic New YearOn July 19The Islamic New Year is the first day in Muharram, the first month of the Islamic lunar calendar, which is different from the Gregorian calendar.
AugustIndependence DayOn August 17On August 17, 1945, the Republic of Indonesia declared independence. In order to commemorate the event, August 17 of each year is determined as Indonesia’s National Day, also known as Independence Day.
SeptemberThe Prophet’s BirthdayOn September 27Sunni Muslims celebrate the Prophet’s birthday on the 12th day of the Islamic Rabbi month, while Shiite Muslims celebrate on the 17th day of this month.
DecemberChristmas DayOn December 25Christmas is one of the most festive festivals in many countries in the world. It celebrates the birth of Jesus.
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