Philippine Holidays for 2015

Most of our trips were planned ahead of time that’s why it’s important that we have the list of Philippine National Holidays handy. I appreciate the fact that President Noynoy Aquino just released the list of Philippine holidays for 2015.

List of 2015 Philippine National Holidays

Most of the regular holidays and special non-working days fall on a Thursday or Friday, so that means more long weekends!

Regular Holidays

  • New Year’s Day (Thursday) – January 1
  • Maundy Thursday (Thursday) – April 2
  • Good Friday (Friday) – April 3
  • Araw ng Kagitingan (Thursday) – April 9
  • Labor Day (Friday) – May 1
  • Independence Day (Friday) – June 12
  • National Heroes Day (Monday) – August 31
  • Bonifacio Day (Monday) – November 30
  • Christmas Day (Friday) – December 25
  • Rizal Day (Wednesday) – December 30

Special Non-working Days

  • Additional special non-working day (Friday) – January 2
  • Chinese New Year (Thursday) – February 19
  • Black Saturday (Saturday) – April 4
  • Ninoy Aquino Day (Friday) – August 21
  • All Saints Day (Sunday) – November 1
  • Additional special (non-working) day (Thursday) – December 24
  • Last Day of the Year (Thursday) – December 31

Special Holiday for all schools

  • EDSA Revolution Anniversary (Wednesday) – February 25

Tentative Dates of Eid’l Fitr and Eid’l Adha

  • Eid’l Fitr (Friday) – July 17
  • Eid’l Adha (Thursday) – September 24

For your reference, here’s the official announcement: http://www.gov.ph/2014/07/23/list-of-nationwide-holidays-for-2015/

See you on the road!

Comments

  1. I just love the holiday pay that goes with it. 🙂 Looking forward to 2015 Holidays. 🙂

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  2. Thanks for the info, sis! Kelangan ko na yata talaga i-push ang Korea trip namin haha! 🙂

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  3. Holidays are here again!!! Hehehe… sarap mag travel, hanap muna pera, hahahaha. Thanks for sharing the calendar, looking forward to these holidays!

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