Which days are off? Which do you need to be in the office? Below are a list of the 2019 Hong Kong Holidays – past or future.
For the full government listing see their page.
January 1 – New Year’s Day February 5 Lunar New Year Chinese New Year February 6 The Second Day of Lunar New Year February 7 The Third Day of Lunar New Year April 5 Ching Ming Festival April 19 Good Friday April 20 The Day Following Good Friday April 22 Easter Monday May 1 Labour Day May 12 Birthday of Buddha May 13 Birthday of Buddha Holiday
June 7 Dragon Boat Festival – Tuen Ng Festival
July 1 HKSAR Establishment Day
September 14 The Day Following Mid-Autumn Festival
October 1 National Day
October 7 Chung Yeung Festival
December 25 Christmas Day
December 26 Boxing Day – The First Weekday After Christmas Day
Make sure to enjoy your 2019 Hong Kong Holidays by shopping, exploring, spending time with family or visiting some of Hong Kong’s awesome country parks.