Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —
Fasting of Ramadan 1444 Hijri has entered its 8th day on Thursday (30/3). The schedule for breaking the fast is an important thing to pay attention to for people who are fasting.
The time of breaking the fast is usually marked by the setting of the sun. At the same time, the Maghrib call to prayer resounds. Muslims who are fasting are allowed to break their fast.
The Ministry of Religion has published a schedule for breaking the fast for all regions in Indonesia. This schedule can be seen on the website bimasislam.kemenag.go.id/JadiImsakiyah.
The schedule for breaking the fast in DKI Jakarta and its surroundings falls at 18.02 WIB. Shift to the city of Bandung, West Java, at sunset starting at 18.03 WIB.
In the city of Semarang, Central Java, residents can break their fast starting at 17.47 WIB, as well as in the city of Surabaya and its surroundings, the time for breaking the fast arrives at 17.38 WIB.
For the city of Banda Aceh, the time to break the fast is at 18.51 WIB. Medan City, North Sumatra when breaking the fast falls at 18.37 WIB. In the city of Padang, West Sumatra at 18.29 WIB. In Palembang City, South Sumatra at 18.11 WIB.
Shifting to the Island of the Gods of Bali, in Denpasar City to be precise, today’s sunset time falls at 18.28 WITA. Meanwhile in the city of Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara, it is time to break the fast at 18.24 WITA.
For residents of Banjarmasin City, South Kalimantan, the Maghrib call to prayer resounds at 18.32 WIB. Then in Samarinda City, East Kalimantan, it is time to break the fast at 18.22 WITA.
Meanwhile in Makassar City, South Sulawesi, sunset time arrives at 18.12 WITA. Then in Palu City, Central Sulawesi, sunset time at 18.11 WITA.
In the eastern part of Indonesia, sunset time in Ambon City, Maluku at 18.37 WIT. Meanwhile in Jayapura City, Papua, it is time to break the fast at 17.48 WIT.
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SURABAYA Fasting Schedule Infographic (dis/isn)