PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2017 & 2018

2017;

 January 1st   New Year's Day (Sunday)
 January 2nd * The first weekday after New Year's Day (Monday)
 January 28th  Lunar New Year's Day (Saturday)
 January 29th The second day of Lunar New Year (Sunday)
 January 30th   The third day of Lunar New Year (Monday)
 January 31st*  The fourth day of Lunar New Year (Tuesday)
 April 4th  Ching Ming Festival (Monday)
 April 14th  Good Friday (Friday)
 April 15th  The day following Good Friday (Friday)
 April 17th  Easter Monday (Monday)
 May 1st  Labour Day (Monday)
 May 3rd The Buddha's Birthday (Wednesday)
 May 30th  Tuen Ng Festival (Tuesday)
 July 1st  Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day (Saturday)
 October 1st  National Day (Sunday)
 October 2nd  The day following National Day (Monday)
 October 5th  The day following Mid-Autumn Festival (Thursday)
 October 28th  Chung Yeung Festival (Saturday)
 December 25th  Christmas Day (Monday)
 December 26th  The day following Christmas Day (Tuesday)


* as New Year's Day in 2017 falls on a Sunday the following day is designated a public holiday and as the second day of Lunar New Year in 2017 falls on a Sunday the fourth day of Lunar New Year is designated a public holiday

2018;

 January 1st New Year's Day (Monday)
 February 16th Lunar New Year's Day (Friday)
 February 17th The second day of Lunar New Year (Saturday)
 February 18th The third day of Lunar New Year (Sunday)
 February 19th* The fourth day of Lunar New Year (Monday)
 March 30th  Good Friday (Friday)
 March 31st  The day following Good Friday (Saturday)
 April 2nd  Easter Monday (Monday)
 April 5th  Ching Ming Festival (Thursday)
 May 1st Labour Day (Tuesday)
 May 22nd The Buddha's Birthday (Tuesday)
 June 18th   Tuen Ng Festival (Monday)
 July 1st   Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day (Sunday)
 July 2nd* The day following Hong Kong SAR Establishment Day (Monday)
 25th September The day following Mid-Autumn Festival (Tuesday)
 October 1st  National Day (Monday)
 October 17th  Chung Yeung Festival (Wednesday)
 December 25th  Christmas Day (Tuesday)
 December 26th  The day following Christmas Day (Wednesday)

* as the third day of Lunar New Year in 2018 falls on a Sunday the fourth day of Lunar New Year is designated a public holiday and as Hong Kong Administrative Region Establishment Day in 2018 falls on a Sunday the following day is designated a public holiday