PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2020 & 2021;

2020;

January 1st WednesdayNew Year's Day
January 25thSaturdayLunar New Year's Day
January 26th Sunday The second day of Lunar New Year 
January 27thMonday The third day of Lunar New Year 
January 28th* Tuesday The fourth day of Lunar New Year 
April 4th  Saturday Ching Ming Festival 
April 10th Friday Good Friday 
April 11th Saturday The day following Good Friday 
April 13th Monday Easter Monday 
April 30th Thursday The Buddha's Birthday 
May 1st  FridayLabour Day 
June 25th  Thursday Tuen Ng Festival 
July 1st Wednesday Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day 
October 1st Thursday National Day 
October 2nd Friday The day following Mid-Autumn Festival 
October 25th Sunday Chung Yeung Festival 
October 26th** Monday The day following Chung Yeung Festival 
December 25th Friday  Christmas Day 
December 26th Saturday The day following Christmas Day 

*as the second day of Lunar New Year falls on a Sunday in 2020, the fourth day of Lunar New Year is designated a public holiday

 ** as Chung Yeung Festival falls on a Sunday in 2020, the following day, October 26th, is designated a public holiday 

2021;

January 1stFriday New Year's Day 
February 12thFridayLunar New Year's Day
February 13thSaturday The second day of Lunar New Year
February 14thSunday The third day of Lunar New Year
February 15thMonday*The fourth day of Lunar New Year
April 2ndFridayGood Friday
April 3rd  SaturdayThe day following Good Friday 
April 4th Sunday Ching Ming Festival
April 5th Monday**The day following Ching Ming Festival
April 6th  Tuesday***The day following Easter Monday
May 1st Saturday Labour Day
May 19th WednesdayThe Buddha's Birthday
June 14thMonday Tuen Ng Festival
July 1st ThursdayHong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day
September 22nd WednesdayThe day following Mid-Autumn Festival 
October 1st Friday National Day 
October 14th Thursday Chung Yeung Festival 
December 25th Saturday Christmas Day 
December 27th MondayThe first weekday after Christmas Day    

*as the third day of Lunar New Year falls on a Sunday in 2021, the fourth day of Lunar New Year is designated a public holiday

**as Ching Ming Festival falls on a Sunday in 2021 the following day is designated a public holiday

***as Easter Monday falls on the same day as another public holiday in 2021 the following day is designated a public holiday