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Holidays in Malaysia in 2008

DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 1TuesdayNew Year's DayBank Holiday
Jan 10ThursdayMuharram/New YearFederal Public Holiday
Jan 23WednesdayThaipusamBank Holiday
Feb 1FridayFederal Territory DayBank Holiday
Feb 7ThursdayChinese Lunar New Year's DayFederal Public Holiday
Feb 8FridaySecond day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
Mar 20ThursdayMarch equinoxSeason
Mar 20ThursdayThe Prophet Muhammad's BirthdayFederal Public Holiday
Mar 21FridayGood FridayCommon Local holidays
Mar 23SundayEaster SundayObservance
May 1ThursdayLabour DayFederal Public Holiday
May 19MondayWesak DayFederal Public Holiday
Jun 7SaturdayThe Yang di-Pertuan Agong's BirthdayFederal Public Holiday
Jun 20FridayJune SolsticeSeason
Jul 12SaturdayPenang Governor's BirthdayCommon Local holidays
Jul 31ThursdayIsra and Mi'rajCommon Local holidays
Aug 31SundayMalaysia's National DayFederal Public Holiday
Sep 1MondayMalaysia's National Day observedFederal Public Holiday
Sep 2TuesdayRamadan beginsCommon Local holidays
Sep 22MondaySeptember equinoxSeason
Oct 1WednesdayHari Raya Puasa Day 1Federal Public Holiday
Oct 2ThursdayHari Raya Puasa Day 2Federal Public Holiday
Oct 27MondayDiwali/DeepavaliFederal Public Holiday
Dec 9TuesdayHari Raya HajiFederal Public Holiday
Dec 21SundayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 24WednesdayChristmas EveObservance
Dec 25ThursdayChristmas DayFederal Public Holiday
Dec 29MondayMuharram/New YearFederal Public Holiday
Dec 31WednesdayNew Year's EveObservance

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