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Lunar New Year (Second Day) in Macau

Is Lunar New Year (Second Day) a Public Holiday?

Lunar New Year (Second Day) is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

In 2020 it falls on a Sunday. Due to this, some businesses may choose to follow Sunday opening hours.

Lunar New Year (Second Day) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015FriFeb 20Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2016TueFeb 9Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2017SunJan 29Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2018SatFeb 17Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2019WedFeb 6Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2020SunJan 26Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2021SatFeb 13Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2022WedFeb 2Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2023MonJan 23Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2024SunFeb 11Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday
2025ThuJan 30Lunar New Year (Second Day)Obligatory Holiday

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