Festivals in Jakarta, Indonesia

  • Jakarta Food and Fashion Festival

    • 1 May 2014–31 May 2014

    An annual collaboration between the Jakarta Tourism Office and one of the city’s leading property developers, You are food and fashion lovers, this festival will be certainly one of your favourite activities. It is held in the Sentra Kelapa Gading area of north Jakarta.

  • Idul Fitri Week

    • 28 Jul 2014–3 Aug 2014

    Marking the end of Ramadan, this festive occasion sees Muslims buy new clothes and get together for a special family meal. In fact, this holiday officially lasts for two days in the Indonesian calendar, although the government usually declares a few days before and after the Lebaran as a bank holiday. Many individuals or families, especially Muslims take paid time off from their workplace during these days. Gifts are also exchanged and everyone hopes for peace and prosperity.

  • Jakarta International kite festival

    • 30 Nov 2014–1 Dec 2014

    Held annually, this festival, which is organised jointly by the Jakarta Tourism Office and the Le Gong Kite Society, showcases local and international kites. Competitions and events are held in the Ancol area in north Jakarta.

  • New Year’s Eve

    • 31 Dec 2014

    One of the capital’s biggest nights is a full-blown party with street festivals, fireworks, concerts and lots of revelry.

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