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Check These 2020 Public Holidays to Arrange your Next Year Vacations

National holidays for 2020

Hi holidaymakers! Have you decided where to spend your days off next year yet? Indonesia Expat has got a list of public holidays for 2020 for you to check out.

You can start planning your vacations for next year now that the government has finalised the 2020 calendar.

In total, there will be 20 public holidays next year. It’s worth noting that the longest stretch of public holidays will be in May; starting with the Ascension Day of Jesus Christ on 21st May, immediately followed by mandatory collective leave days and national holidays for Idul Fitri from 22nd – 27th May.
The only months without any public holidays are February, September, and November.
It is important to arrange your day off and plan vacations early to get the best deals and make sure your office can cover your leave. Here, you’ll find a list of national holidays for 2020.

Holidays in tropical Indonesia

2020 National holidays:

January

1st Jan: New Year’s Day

25th Jan: Chinese New Year

March

22nd March: Ascension Day of Prophet Muhammad

25th March: Nyepi – Day of Silence

April

10th Apr: Good Friday

May

1st May: International Labour Day

7th May: Waisak

21st May: Ascension Day of Jesus Christ

24 – 25th May: Idul Fitri

June

1st June: Pancasila Day

July

1st July: Idul Adha – Sacrifice Day

August

17th Aug: Independence Day

20th Aug: Islamic New Year

October

29th Oct: Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad

December

25th Dec: Christmas Day

Mandatory collective leave days:

1. 22nd, 26-27th May: Collective holidays for Idul Fitri
2. 24th Dec: Collective holiday for Christmas

See: New Year’s Eve 2020, Fame Hotel Gading Serpong Presents “One Night in Vegas”

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