If you're planning a trip to Indonesia, remember to think about the dates of the Indonesian public or bank holidays.
Indonesia is a multicultural society with a variety of religious holidays. Dates can vary so it's best to check on these as near to your date of departure as possible.
See below for this
list of national holidays in Indonesia.
Indonesian Public Bank Holidays
Tuesday 1 January - New Years Day
Wednesday 23 January - Chinese New Years Day
Thursday 24 January - Milad-Un-Nabi - Birth of the Prophet
Tuesday 12 March - Day of Silence
Friday 29 March - Good Friday
Saturday 25 May - Buddha's Birthday
Thursday 9 May - Ascension Day
Thursday 8 August - Idul Fitri - End of Ramadan
Saturday 17 August - Indonesian Independence Day
Tuesday 15 October - Idu'l Zuha/Bakrid - Feast of the Sacrifice
Tuesday 5 November> - Islamic New Year
Wednesday 25 December - Christmas Day
Thursday 26 December - Boxing Day
Traditional Balinese fishing boats
To view public bank holidays for other countries & locations in the world, try our Worldwide Public Holidays section