PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2013 & 2014



PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2013

January 1            New Year's Day (Tuesday)

February 10        Lunar New Year’s Day (Sunday)

February 11        The second day of Lunar New Year (Monday)

February 12        The third day of Lunar New Year (Tuesday)

February 13*       The fourth day of Lunar New Year (Wednesday)

March 29             Good Friday (Friday)

March 30             The day following Good Friday (Saturday)

March 31             Easter Sunday (Sunday)

April 1                 Easter Monday (Monday)

April 4                 Ching Ming Festival (Thursday)

May 1                   Labour Day (Wednesday)

May 17                 The Buddha's Birthday (Friday)

June 12               Tuen Ng Festival (Wednesday)

July 1                  Hong Kong SAR Establishment Day (Monday)

September 20     The day following Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival (Friday)

October 1            National Day (Tuesday)

October 13          Chung Yeung Festival (Sunday)

October 14**       The day following Chung Yeung Festival (Monday)

December 25       Christmas Day (Wednesday)

December 26       The first weekday after Christmas Day (Thursday)


*As Lunar New Year's Day falls on a Sunday in 2013, the fourth day of Lunar New Year is a public holiday.

**As Chung Yeung Festival falls on a Sunday in 2013, the following day is a public holiday

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PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2014

January 1            New Year's Day (Wednesday)

January 31          Lunar New Year’s Day (Friday)

February 1          The second day of Lunar New Year (Saturday)

February 2          The third day of Lunar New Year (Sunday)

February 3*         The fourth day of Lunar New Year (Monday)

April 5                 Ching Ming Festival (Saturday)

April 18               Good Friday (Friday)

April 19               The day following Good Friday (Saturday)

April 20               Easter Sunday (Sunday)

April 21               Easter Monday (Monday)

May 1                   Labour Day (Thursday)

May 6                   The Buddha's Birthday (Tuesday)

June 2                 Tuen Ng Festival (Monday)

July 1                   Hong Kong SAR Establishment Day (Tuesday)

September 9        The day following Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival (Tuesday)

October 1            National Day (Wednesday)

October 2            Chung Yeung Festival (Thursday)

December 25       Christmas Day (Thursday)

December 26       The first weekday after Christmas Day (Friday)


*As the third day of Lunar New Year's Day falls on a Sunday in 2014, the fourth day of Lunar New Year is a public holiday.