Looking to merge your leaves with the 2023 Philippine holidays?
The holidays are officially over, and that means a new year to look forward to. It might mean a new look for some, a new wardrobe for others, but there’s one thing we’re all collectively doing: making travel plans for the new year.
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Here’s your official list for the 2023 Philippine Holidays you should keep your eye on.
- January 1 (Sunday) – New Year’s Day
- April 6 (Thursday) – Maundy Thursday
- April 7 (Friday) – Good Friday
- April 10 (Monday) Araw ng Kagitingan (Monday closest to April 9)
- May 1 (Monday) – Labor Day
- June 12 (Monday) – Independence Day
- August 28 (Monday) – National Heroes Day
- November 27 (Monday) – Bonifacio Day (Monday closest to November 30)
- December 25 (Monday) – Christmas
- December 30 (Saturday) – Rizal Day
Special non-working days
- February 25 (Saturday) – EDSA People Power Revolution Anniversary
- April 8 (Saturday) – Black Saturday
- August 21 (Monday) – Ninoy Aquino Day
- November 1 (Wednesday) – All Saints’ Day
- December 8 (Friday) – Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary
- December 31 (Sunday) – Last day of the year
Additional non-working days
- January 2 (Monday)
- November 2 (Thursday)
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It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a staycation or a week-long reprieve from your usual surroundings. Take those vacation days, and make the most out of them!
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