It pays to plan ahead, folks.
You planned a good rendezvous for this year, but as we head on to the closing of 2019, planning ahead for the next is always a must.
We’re going to make things a whole lot easier on your end as we spill the list of the likely 2020 Philippine holidays, that you must check below.
|Date||Type of holiday|
|January 1 (Wednesday): New Year’s Day||Regular holiday|
|January 25 (Saturday): Chinese New Year||Special non-working holiday|
|February 25 (Tuesday): EDSA Revolution Anniversary||Special non-working holiday|
|April 9 (Thursday): Araw ng Kagitingan||Regular holiday|
|April 9 (Thursday): Maundy Thursday||Regular holida|
|April 10 (Friday): Good Friday||Regular holiday|
|April 11 (Saturday): Black Saturday||Special non-working holiday|
|May 1 (Friday): Labor Day||Regular holiday|
|June 12 (Friday): Independence Day||Regular holiday|
|August 21 (Friday): Ninoy Aquino Day||Special non-working holiday|
|August 31 (Monday): National Heroes Day||Regular holiday|
|November 1 (Sunday): All Saints’ Day||Special non-working holiday|
|November 2 (Monday): All Souls’ Day||Special non-working holiday|
|November 30 (Monday): Bonifacio Day||Regular holiday|
|December 8 (Tuesday): Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary||Special non-working holiday|
|December 24 (Thursday): Christmas Eve||Special non-working holiday|
|December 25 (Friday): Christmas Day||Regular holiday|
|December 30 (Wednesday): Rizal Day||Regular holiday|
|December 3 (Thursday): New Year’s Eve||Special non-working holiday|
Although this 2020 holiday Philippines list isn’t official yet, it will at least give you a clue on when to take a leave from work, so you can indulge on a long and relaxing getaway. So, in the meantime, check out these likely Philippine holidays in 2020, and start picking the dates for your vacation.