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Harvest Festival in Malaysia

Is Harvest Festival a Public Holiday?

Harvest Festival is a public holiday in Labuan and Sabah. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

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

Harvest Festival Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015SatMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2016MonMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2017TueMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2018WedMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2019ThuMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2020SatMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2021SunMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2021MonMay 31Harvest Festival observedCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2022MonMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2023TueMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2024ThuMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah
2025FriMay 30Harvest FestivalCommon local holidayLabuan, Sabah

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