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Philippine List of Holidays for 2014


















There are more than 2 more months remaining before the year ends but Malacañang has already declared the Philippine List of Holidays for 2014. You may now start planning your 2014 vacations this early as we will be expecting about 4 long weekends next year as per stated in Proclamation No. 655 signed by President Benigno Aquino on September 25.

First long weekend will be after January 31 (Friday) which has been declared as a special non-working holiday for the Chinese New Year. Next will be Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, April 17 and 18, which are regular holidays for the observance of the Holy Week.

Christmas will fall on Thusrday next year which is a regular holiday will make December 26 a "dia pichido" and declared as a special non-working day making it another long weekend to watch for.

Here is the Philippine List Holidays for 2014:

List of Regular Holidays
  • January 1 – New Year’s Day (Wednesday)
  • April 9 – Araw ng Kagitingan (Wednesday)
  • April 17 – Maundy Thursday
  • April 18 – Good Friday
  • May 1 – Labor Day (Thursday)
  • June 12 – Independence Day (Thursday)
  • August 25 – National Heroes Day (Monday)
  • November 30 – Bonifacio Day (Sunday)
  • December 25 – Christmas Day (Thursday)
  • December 30 – Rizal Day (Tuesday)
Special Non-Working holidays
  • January 31 – Chinese New Year (Friday)
  • April 19 – Black Saturday
  • August 21 – Ninoy Aquino Day (Thursday)
  • November 1 – All Saints Day (Saturday)
  • December 24 – (Wednesday)
  • December 26 – (Friday)
  • December 31 – (Wednesday)
Special Holiday (for all schools)
  • February 25 – Anniversary EDSA Revolution (Tuesday)
Moreover, national holidays for the observance of Eid’l Fitr and Eidul Adha will be annoucned after their dates have been determined in accordance with the Islamic calendar.


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