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Nuzul Al-Quran in Malaysia

Is Nuzul Al-Quran a Public Holiday?

Nuzul Al-Quran is a public holiday in 10 states. 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.

Nuzul Al-Quran Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015SatJul 4Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2016WedJun 22Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2017MonJun 12Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2018SatJun 2Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2019WedMay 22Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2020SunMay 10Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2021ThuApr 29Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2022TueApr 19Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2023SatApr 8Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2024WedMar 27Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG
2025MonMar 17Nuzul Al-QuranCommon local holidayKTN, KUL, LBN, PHG, PJY, PLS, PNG, PRK, SGR, TRG

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