Here’s the Official List of 2021 Holidays in the Philippines
As you plan out your year, keep these dates in mind
The beginning of the year is a great time to sit down and take a good look at that fresh, new calendar. A big part of this pastime, as fans of journaling would know, is to plot key events, birthdays and, of course, official holidays. You know the drill: it’s time to take note of your next free days and perhaps strategically plan those leaves from work.
This list, made official in August last year by President Rodrigo Duterte’s Proclamation No. 986 and updated with Proclamation No. 1107, rounds up the regular holidays, special non-working holidays and special working holidays. The President, meanwhile, is slated to issue separate proclamations for two other observances: Eid’l Fitr and Eid’l Adha.
Now, for the rundown of 2021 holidays in the Philippines, scroll through!
|January 1||Friday||New Year's Day|
|April 1||Thursday||Maundy Thursday|
|April 2||Friday||Good Friday|
|April 9||Friday||Day of Valor|
|May 1||Saturday||Labor Day|
|June 12||Saturday||Independence Day|
|July 20||Tuesday||Eid Al-Adha|
|August 30||Monday||National Heroes’ Day|
|November 30||Tuesday||Bonifacio Day|
|December 25||Saturday||Christmas Day|
|December 30||Thursday||Rizal Day|
|February 12||Friday||Chinese New Year|
|February 25||Thursday||EDSA People Power Revolution Anniversary|
|April 3||Saturday||Black Saturday|
|August 21||Saturday||Ninoy Aquino Day|
|November 1||Monday||All Saints’ Day|
|December 8||Wednesday||Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary|
|November 2||Tuesday||All Souls’ Day|
|December 24||Friday||Christmas Eve|
|December 31||Friday||New Year's Eve|
To cap this off, here’s a cheat sheet of the long weekends in 2021. File your vacation leaves and plan accordingly!