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New Year's Day in Indonesia

New Year’s Day, which is on January 1, marks the start of the year in the Gregorian calendar and it's a public holiday in many countries. Count down to the New Year, no matter where you are.

New Year's Day on January 1 in the Gregorian calendar is celebrated worldwide.
New Year's Day on January 1 in the Gregorian calendar is celebrated worldwide.
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About New Year's Day

Read more about New Year's Day.

New Year's Day Observances

Note: During a public holiday, government offices and most businesses are closed so people have a day off work.
WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday TypeWhere It is Observed
FriJan 12010New Year's DayPublic Holiday 
SatJan 12011New Year's DayPublic Holiday 
SunJan 12012New Year's DayPublic Holiday 
TueJan 12013New Year's DayPublic Holiday 
WedJan 12014New Year's DayPublic Holiday 
ThuJan 12015New Year's DayPublic Holiday 
FriJan 12016New Year's DayPublic Holiday 
SunJan 12017New Year's DayPublic Holiday 
MonJan 12018New Year's DayPublic Holiday 

Quick Facts

New Year’s Day is the first day of the year, or January 1, in the Gregorian calendar.

New Year's Day 2018

Monday, January 1, 2018

2019 date to be announced


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Note: During a public holiday, government offices and most businesses are closed so people have a day off work.

List of dates for other years

Related holidays

Fun Holiday on January 1, 2019

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