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Declaration of Malacca as Historical City in Malaysia

Is Declaration of Malacca as Historical City a Public Holiday?

Declaration of Malacca as Historical City is a public holiday in Malacca, where it is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Declaration of Malacca as Historical City Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015WedApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2016FriApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2017SatApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2018SunApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2018MonApr 16Declaration of Malacca as Historical City observedCommon local holidayMalacca
2019MonApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2020WedApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2021ThuApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2022FriApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2023SatApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2024MonApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca
2025TueApr 15Declaration of Malacca as Historical CityCommon local holidayMalacca

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