Need the full list of all holidays in the Philippines in 2018? Why would you need such a list is really out of the question, although if you’re among the clever pool of millennials I’m safely assuming you are strategically planning your vacation leaves. Hey, no shame in intelligently—and cleanly!—gaming the system.

Well, we have here the full list. We’ll also constantly update it, so feel free to bookmark this post, make it your everyday reference.

Date Day Holiday Notes
January 01 Monday New Year’s Day Regular holiday.
February 16 Friday Chinese New Year First day of the first lunar month.
February 25 Sunday People Power Revolution A special holiday for all schools.
March 16 Friday Davao City Day Holiday for Davao City only. Marks the foundation of the city.
March 29 Thursday Maundy Thursday Regular holiday.
March 30 Friday Good Friday Regular holiday.
March 31 Saturday Black Saturday Special non-working holiday.
April 09 Monday The Day Of Valor Regular holiday. Marks the fall of Bataan in World War II.
May 01 Tuesday Labor Day Regular holiday.
June 12 Tuesday Independence Day Regular holiday. Celebrates the Philippine Declaration of Independence on 12th of June 1898.
June 15 Friday Eid’l Fitr The Feast of Ramadan. Date to be confirmed.
June 24 Sunday Manila Day Holiday for Manila only. Marks the foundation of the city.
August 21 Tuesday Ninoy Aquino Day Special non-working holiday. Commemorates the assassination of Benigno Ninoy Aquino Jr. in 1983.
August 22 Wednesday Eidul Adha Sacrifice Feast. Date to be confirmed.
August 27 Monday National Heroes Day Regular holiday.
November 01 Thursday All Saints Day Special non-working holiday.
November 30 Friday Bonifacio Day Regular holiday. Commemorates the birth of Andres Bonifacio on 30th of November 1863.
December 24 Monday Chritmas Eve Special non-working holiday.
December 25 Tuesday Christmas Day Regular holiday.
December 30 Sunday Rizal Day Regular holiday. Commemorates the execution of Jose Rizal by the Spanish on the 30th of December 1986.
December 31 Monday New Year’s Eve Special non-working holiday.


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