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By The Loop HK Staff | November 9th, 2017

It’s almost the end of the year — which means it’s time to get a head start on holiday planning for 2018! Without further ado, here is a list of Hong Kong holidays for the year ahead. Unless you work on Saturdays, public holidays that fall on that day represent a lost cause to most Monday to Friday folk. In 2018, there will be a total of 17 public holidays, two of which fall on a Saturday. That’s at least one public holiday every month, except for August and November. Happy planning!

 

First day of New Year1 JanuaryMonday
1st day Lunar New Year16 FebruaryFriday
2nd day Lunar New Year17 FebruarySaturday
4th day Lunar New Year19 FebruaryMonday
Good Friday30 MarchFriday
The day after Good Friday31 MarchSaturday
Easter Monday2 AprilMonday
Ching Ming Festival5 AprilThursday
Labour Day1 MayTuesday
Buddha’s Birthday22 MayTuesday
Tuen Ng / Dragonboat Festival18 JuneMonday
The day after HKSAR Establishment Day2 JulyMonday
The day after Mid-Autumn Festival25 SeptemberTuesday
National Day1 OctoberMonday
Chung Yeung Festival17 OctoberWednesday
Christmas Day25 DecemberTuesday
Boxing Day26 DecemberWednesday

Table taken from the GovHK Hong Kong holidays chart