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Day after the Mid-Autumn-Festival in Macau

Is Day after the Mid-Autumn-Festival a Public Holiday?

Day after the Mid-Autumn-Festival is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

In 2019 it falls on a Saturday. Due to this, some businesses may choose to follow Saturday opening hours.

Day after the Mid-Autumn-Festival Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015MonSep 28Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2016FriSep 16Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2017ThuOct 5Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2018TueSep 25Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2019SatSep 14Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2020FriOct 2Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2021WedSep 22Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2022SunSep 11Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2023SatSep 30Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2024WedSep 18Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday
2025TueOct 7Day after the Mid-Autumn-FestivalObligatory Holiday

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