Get planning! This year, Hong Kong has long weekend possibilities to enjoy as well as a few random days during the week. Get cracking on your family-friendly travel and of course…we are always here for inspiration.
Long public holiday weekends in Hong Kong 2021:
|The first day of January||1 January||Friday|
|Lunar New Year’s Day||12 February||Friday|
|The second day of Lunar New Year||13 February||Saturday|
|The fourth day of Lunar New Year||15 February||Monday|
|Good Friday||2 April||Friday|
|The day following Good Friday||3 April||Saturday|
|The day following Ching Ming Festival||5 April||Monday|
|The day following Easter Monday||6 April||Tuesday|
|Labour Day||1 May||Saturday|
|Birthday of the Buddha||19 May||Wednesday|
|Tuen Ng Festival||14 June||Monday|
|Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day||1 July||Thursday|
|The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival||22 September||Wednesday|
|National Day||1 October||Friday|
|Chung Yeung Festival||14 October||Thursday|
|Christmas Day||25 December||Saturday|
|The first weekday after Christmas Day||27 December||Monday|
Easy guide for families to check out the public holidays this year, enjoy!
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Hong Kong 2019!
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