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Holidays in Malaysia in 2009

DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 1ThursdayNew Year's DayBank Holiday
Jan 26MondayChinese Lunar New Year's DayFederal Public Holiday
Jan 27TuesdaySecond day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
Feb 1SundayFederal Territory DayBank Holiday
Feb 2MondayFederal Territory Day observedBank Holiday
Feb 8SundayThaipusamBank Holiday
Feb 9MondayThaipusam observedBank Holiday
Mar 9MondayThe Prophet Muhammad's BirthdayFederal Public Holiday
Mar 20FridayMarch equinoxSeason
Apr 10FridayGood FridayCommon Local holidays
Apr 12SundayEaster SundayObservance
May 1FridayLabour DayFederal Public Holiday
May 9SaturdayWesak DayFederal Public Holiday
Jun 6SaturdayThe Yang di-Pertuan Agong's BirthdayFederal Public Holiday
Jun 21SundayJune SolsticeSeason
Jul 7TuesdayGeorgetown World Heritage City DayCommon Local holidays
Jul 11SaturdayPenang Governor's BirthdayCommon Local holidays
Jul 20MondayIsra and Mi'rajCommon Local holidays
Aug 22SaturdayRamadan beginsCommon Local holidays
Aug 31MondayMalaysia's National DayFederal Public Holiday
Sep 20SundayHari Raya Puasa Day 1Federal Public Holiday
Sep 21MondayHari Raya Puasa Day 2Federal Public Holiday
Sep 22TuesdaySeptember equinoxSeason
Oct 17SaturdayDiwali/DeepavaliFederal Public Holiday
Nov 28SaturdayHari Raya HajiFederal Public Holiday
Dec 18FridayMuharram/New YearFederal Public Holiday
Dec 21MondayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 24ThursdayChristmas EveObservance
Dec 25FridayChristmas DayFederal Public Holiday
Dec 31ThursdayNew Year's EveObservance

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