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Birthday of the Governor of Malacca in Malaysia

Is Birthday of the Governor of Malacca a Public Holiday?

Birthday of the Governor of Malacca is a public holiday in Malacca, where it is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Birthday of the Governor of Malacca Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015FriOct 9Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2016FriOct 14Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2017FriOct 13Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2018FriOct 12Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2019FriOct 11Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2020FriOct 9Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2021FriOct 8Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2022FriOct 14Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2023FriOct 13Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2024FriOct 11Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca
2025FriOct 10Birthday of the Governor of MalaccaCommon local holidayMalacca

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