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Holidays and Observances in Indonesia in 2017

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Holidays and Observances in Indonesia in 2017

Date NameTypeDetails
Jan 1SundayNew Year's DayPublic Holiday 
Jan 28SaturdayChinese Lunar New Year's DayPublic Holiday 
Feb 24FridayMaha ShivaratriHindu Holiday 
Mar 13MondayHoliHindu Holiday 
Mar 20MondayMarch EquinoxSeason 
Mar 28TuesdayBali's Day of Silence and Hindu New YearPublic Holiday 
Apr 14FridayGood FridayPublic Holiday 
Apr 16SundayEaster SundayObservance 
Apr 24MondayAscension of the Prophet MuhammadPublic Holiday 
May 1MondayInternational Labor DayPublic Holiday 
May 11ThursdayWaisak Day (Buddha's Anniversary)Public Holiday 
May 25ThursdayAscension Day of Jesus ChristPublic Holiday 
Jun 1ThursdayPancasila DayNational holiday 
Jun 21WednesdayJune SolsticeSeason 
Jun 26MondayIdul Fitri Day 1Public Holiday 
Jun 27TuesdayIdul Fitri Day 2Public Holiday 
Aug 7MondayRaksha BandhanHindu Holiday 
Aug 14MondayJanmashtamiHindu Holiday 
Aug 17ThursdayIndonesian Independence DayPublic Holiday 
Aug 25FridayGanesh ChaturthiHindu Holiday 
Sep 1FridayEid al-AdhaPublic Holiday 
Sep 21ThursdayNavaratriHindu Holiday 
Sep 21ThursdayMuharram/Islamic New YearPublic Holiday 
Sep 23SaturdaySeptember EquinoxSeason 
Sep 30SaturdayDussehraHindu Holiday 
Oct 19ThursdayDiwali/DeepavaliObservance 
Dec 1FridayThe Prophet Muhammad's BirthdayPublic Holiday 
Dec 21ThursdayDecember SolsticeSeason 
Dec 24SundayChristmas EveObservance 
Dec 25MondayChristmas DayPublic Holiday 
Dec 31SundayNew Year's EveObservance 

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