Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Entering the end of November 2023, Indonesian people are starting to find out the list of national holidays and collective leave remaining throughout 2023. Moreover, many people are already starting to plan holidays for the end of 2023.
Based on the Joint Decree (SKB) of Three Ministers Number 624 of 2023, Number 2 of 2023, and Number 2 of 2023 which were signed by the Minister of Religion, the Minister of Manpower, and the Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reform (PANRB), there are two red dates on December, namely Christmas Day and Christmas Holidays.
Holiday for 4 days
Based on the SKB regarding National Holidays and Collective Leave 2023, Christmas Day falls on Monday, 25 December 2023. Meanwhile, collective leave falls on Tuesday, 26 December 2023.
Thus, people can go on holiday for four days, namely Saturday, December 23 2023 to Tuesday, December 26 2023. Meanwhile, the 2024 New Year holiday falls on Monday, January 1 2024.
Regarding the Christmas and New Year (Nataru) holidays, the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy (Menparekraf), Sandiaga Uno, said that the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy has ensured the readiness of all tourist attractions that will be visited by domestic tourists (wisnus) and foreign tourists (tourists).
“We have prepared a safe, comfortable and enjoyable Natari tourist guide. We will strengthen it with a circular,” said Sandi in Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy Office, Monday (20/11/2023)..
“This also includes preparing parking lots, transportation, and we also have to be able to anticipate this so that it doesn’t happen over capacity (excess capacity),” he continued
The following is a list of the remaining National Holidays and Community Leave for 2023.
Monday, December 25: Christmas Day
Tuesday, December 26: Christmas Day (Joint Holiday)
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