Public Holidays in 2012
2011-08-03

Public Holidays in 2012

Decree Law No. 60/2000 on Public Holidays

 Date

Reason

*

 January 1

Sunday

New Year’s Day

*

 January 23

Monday

Lunar New Year's Day

*

 January 24

Tuesday

The second day of the Lunar New Year

*

 January 25

Wednesday

The third day of the Lunar New Year

 *

 April 4

Wednesday

Cheng Ming Festival

 

 April 6

Friday

Good Friday

 

 April 7

Saturday

The Day before Easter

 

 April 28

Saturday

The Buddha’s Birthday (Feast of Buddha)

*

 May 1

Tuesday

Labor Day

 

 June 23

Saturday

Tung Ng Festival (Dragon Boat Festival)

*

 October 1

 

Monday

 

The Day following Chong Chao (Mid-Autumn) Festival

National Day of the People’s Republic of China

 

 October 2

Tuesday

The Day following National Day of the People’s Republic of China

*

 October 23

Tuesday

Chong Yeung Festival (Festival of Ancestors)

 

 November 2

Friday

All Soul’s Day

 

 December 8

Saturday

Feast of Immaculate Conception

*

 December 20

Thursday

Macao S.A.R. Establishment Day

 

 December 21

Friday

Winter Solstice

 

 December 24

Monday

Christmas Eve

 

 December 25

Tuesday

Christmas Day

Special Grant for exempt from work by The Chief Executive on 22 July 2011

 

January 2

Monday

The first working day after New Year’s Day

 

April 9

Monday

The first working day after the Day before Easter

 

April 30

Monday

The first working day after the Buddha’s Birthday (Feast of Buddha)

 

June 25

Monday

The first working day after Tung Ng Festival (Dragon Boat Festival)

 

December 10

Monday

The first working day after Feast of Immaculate Conception

 

December 31 (afternoon)

Monday

New Year's Eve

Special Grant for exempt from work by The Chief Executive on 25 September 2012

 

October 3

Wednesday


Special Grant for exempt from work by The Chief Executive on 11 December 2012

 

December 31

Monday


 

Decree-Law no. 7/97/M - establishes the system for exemptions from work and public holidays.

 

*  Obligatory holidays according to the Article 44th of the Law no. 7/2008 issued on 18th August 2008.

 


Public Holidays in 2011

Public Holidays in 2010

Public Holidays in 2009

Public Holidays in 2008

Public Holidays in 2007

Public Holidays in 2006

Public Holidays in 2005

        

 

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