Indonesia Public Holidays 2019

Searching for the public holidays in Indonesia? All public holidays in Indonesia are treated like Sundays. This means that most of the Indonesia employees have a day off and all schools are closed on these holidays. If you are planning a trip to Indonesia and want to know what the national and regional holidays are, check the details in the tables below.

2019

1 January New Year’s Day (Hari Raya Nyepi)
8 January Birth of the Prophet (Maulid Nabi Muhammad)
19 February Chinese New Year (Tahun Baru Imlek)
3 April Good Friday (Jumat Agung)
17 May Ascension of Jesus
17 July End of Ramadan (Eid Al-Fitri)
18 July End of Ramadan (Eid Al-Fitri)
11 August (Isra dan Mi’raj)
15 August Assumption of Mary (Maria Diangkat ke Surga)
17 August Independence Day (Hari Kemerdekaan)
22 September Sacrifice Feast (El-Al-Adha)
14 October Islamic New Year (Hari Raya Nyepi)
25 December Christmas
2020

1 January New Year’s Day (Hari Raya Nyepi)
8 February Chinese New Year (Tahun Baru Imlek)
25 March Good Friday (Jumat Agung)
8 May Ascension of Jesus
6 July End of Ramadan (Eid Al-Fitri)
7 July End of Ramadan (Eid Al-Fitri)
11 August (Isra dan Mi’raj)
15 August Assumption of Mary (Maria Diangkat ke Surga)
17 August Independence Day (Hari Kemerdekaan)
11 September Sacrifice Feast (El-Al-Adha)
2 October Islamic New Year (Hari Raya Nyepi)
25 December Christmas
27 December Birth of the Prophet (Maulid Nabi Muhammad)
2021

1 January New Year’s Day (Hari Raya Nyepi)
28 January Chinese New Year (Tahun Baru Imlek)
14 April Good Friday (Jumat Agung)
28 May Ascension of Jesus
25 June End of Ramadan (Eid Al-Fitri)
26 June End of Ramadan (Eid Al-Fitri)
11 August (Isra dan Mi’raj)
15 August Assumption of Mary (Maria Diangkat ke Surga)
17 August Independence Day (Hari Kemerdekaan)
31 August Sacrifice Feast (El-Al-Adha)
21 September Islamic New Year (Hari Raya Nyepi)
16 December Birth of the Prophet (Maulid Nabi Muhammad)
25 December Christmas