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Recent Malaysia Public Holidays News and Updates
Below is a list of recent news and updates related to Malaysia public holidays, national holidays, government holidays and bank holidays (note that this newsfeed is delayed by 30 days).
2022-03-26: Malaysian 2023-2024 Islamic Public Holidays Announced
2022-01-28: Malaysia Declares February 3 Federal Territories Public Holiday
2022-01-26: Malaysia Rules-Out February 3 Public Holiday in Federal Territories
2021-12-15: Kedah Declares January 18 Thaipusam Public Holiday In 2022
2021-12-02: Malaysia December 3 Malaysia Cup Not A Bank Holiday
2021-12-01: Malaysia Declares December 3 Malaysia Cup Public Holiday in Federal Territories
2021-11-27: Johor Promises December 1st Public Holiday For Malaysia Cup Victory
2021-07-19: Malaysian 2022 Islamic Public Holidays Announced
2021-07-03: Sabah To Gazette August 31 As Sabah Day Public Holiday
2021-06-15: Malaysian 2022 Public Holidays Announced
2021-05-28: Malaysia Maintains Agong Public Holiday On June 7