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Upcoming Hong Kong Public Holidays

See also: upcoming public holidays in APEC, Asia, China, Macau, Taiwan and worldwide.

This page contains the list of upcoming Hong Kong official public holidays, bank holidays, government holidays, regional public holidays, non-working national holidays and sectorial holidays from November 2023 to September 2024. The public holidays listing on this page is also accessible via our free Android and iPhone/iPad mobile apps.

Below is the list of Hong Kong public holidays from November 2023 to September 2024:

Date Weekday Public Holiday
Monday Christmas Day
Tuesday The first weekday following Christmas Day (Boxing Day)
Monday The first day of January
Saturday Lunar New Year's Day
Sunday The second day of the Lunar New Year
Monday The third day of the Lunar New Year
Tuesday The fourth day of the Lunar New Year
Friday Good Friday
Saturday The day after Good Friday (Holy Saturday)
Monday Easter Monday
Thursday Ching Ming (Tomb Sweeping Day)
Wednesday Labour Day
Wednesday Buddha's Birthday
Monday Tuen Ng (Dragon Boat Festival)
Monday HKSAR Establishment Day
Wednesday The day following the Mid-Autumn Festival

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Global Holidays Observed in Hong Kong

Below is the list of global holidays observed as non-working public holidays in Hong Kong, with the dates of these global holidays for the next 10 years (2023-2033).

Hong Kong Background Information and Links