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Holidays in Philippines in 2016


DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday typeWhere it is observed
Jan 1FridayNew Year's DayRegular Holiday 
Jan 2SaturdaySpecial non-working day after New YearSpecial Non-working Holiday 
Feb 8MondayChinese Lunar New Year's DaySpecial Non-working Holiday 
Feb 25ThursdayPeople Power AnniversarySpecial Non-working Holiday 
Mar 20SundayMarch equinoxSeason 
Mar 24ThursdayMaundy ThursdayRegular Holiday 
Mar 25FridayGood FridayRegular Holiday 
Mar 26SaturdayHoly SaturdayObservance 
Mar 27SundayEaster SundayObservance 
Apr 9SaturdayThe Day of ValorRegular Holiday 
May 1SundayLabor DayRegular Holiday 
May 5ThursdayLailatul Isra Wal Mi RajCommon Local holidays 
May 9MondayNational ElectionsSpecial Non-working Holiday 
Jun 12SundayIndependence DayRegular Holiday 
Jun 20MondayJune SolsticeSeason 
Jul 8FridayEidul-FitarCommon Local holidays 
Aug 21SundayNinoy Aquino DaySpecial Non-working Holiday 
Aug 29MondayNational Heroes Day holidayRegular Holiday 
Sep 13TuesdayId-ul-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice)Common Local holidays 
Sep 22ThursdaySeptember equinoxSeason 
Oct 3MondayAmun JadidMuslim, Common Local holidays 
Oct 31MondaySpecial non-working DayNational holiday 
Nov 1TuesdayAll Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday 
Nov 2WednesdayAll Souls' DayObservance 
Nov 30WednesdayBonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
Dec 12MondayMaulid un-NabiCommon Local holidays 
Dec 21WednesdayDecember SolsticeSeason 
Dec 24SaturdayChristmas EveSpecial Non-working Holiday 
Dec 25SundayChristmas DayRegular Holiday 
Dec 30FridayRizal DayRegular Holiday 
Dec 31SaturdayNew Year's EveSpecial Non-working Holiday 

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