Hong Kong National Pulic Holidays Calendar in 2014
Public holidays in Hong Kong (China) are declared and controlled by the Government of Hong Kong. These off-days allow workers rest from work, usually in conjunction with special occasions. Hong Kong is an autonomy city of China. Therefore, the city shares a lot of common public holidays with Macau– another autonomy city of China. Many public holidays in Hong Kong are traditional Chinese holidays. Beside tradition Chinese festivals, Hong Kong also celebrates Christian festivals and international festivals as public holidays.
Hong Kong is an amazing city that is worth to visit at anytime. However, great times to stay in Hong Kong are public holidays. If you are preparing for your vacations in Hong Kong, please refer the Calendar of Hong Kong Holidays 2014 below for your perfect trips.
|Wednesday||January 01||New Years Day 2014||NYE 2014 Celebration|
|Saturday||January 31||HK Chinese New Year||1st day of 1st lunar month|
|Friday||February 01||HK Chinese New Year||2nd day of 1st lunar month|
|Sunday||February 02||HK Chinese New Year||2rd day of 1st lunar month|
|Monday||February 03||HK Chinese New Year||4th day of 1st lunar month (*)|
|Saturday||April 05||Ching Ming Festival||Tomb Sweeping Day or Mourning Day|
|Friday||April 18||Good Friday||Catholic or protestant|
|Monday||April 21||Easter Monday||Catholic or protestant|
|Thursday||May 01||Labour Day||May Day|
|Tuesday||May 06||The Buddhas Birthday||TBC. 8th day of the 4th month in the Chinese lunar calendar|
|Monday||June 02||Dragon Boat Festival||Tuen Ng Festival|
|Tuesday||July 01||Special Administration Region (SAR) Day||Fixed on Jul 1st|
|Tuesday||September 09||Late mid Autumn festival||TBC|
|Wednesday||October 01||HK National Day||National Day of China|
|Thursday||October 02||Chung Yeung Festival||Double Ninth Festival /Dual-Yang Festival|
|Thursday||December 25||Christmas Day||Catholic or protestant|
|Friday||December 26||Boxing Day||Family Day|
|Tuesday||December 31||New Years Eve 2015||NYE Celebrations|
(*) Since the third day of Lunar New Year’s Day falls on a Sunday in 2014, the fourth day of Lunar New Year is a public holiday (According to Hong Kong laws, when a designated public holiday falls on a Sunday or on the same day of another holiday, the immediate following weekday would be a public holiday)
Accommodations for 2014 HK public holidays
If you are planning to stay your in Hong Kong during 2014 public holidays, earlier booking is extremely recommended. Check out the best online resources for your perfect reservation.