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Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year in Malaysia

Name in other languages

NameLanguage
Tahun Baru Cina (Hari ke-2)Malay
Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearEnglish
Chinesisches Neujahr (2. Tag)German

Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year Observances

Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year was only observed in the year 2017.

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
MonFeb 152010Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
FriFeb 42011Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
TueJan 242012Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
MonFeb 112013Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
SatFeb 12014Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
FriFeb 202015Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
TueFeb 92016Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
SunJan 292017Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
MonJan 302017Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
SatFeb 172018Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
WedFeb 62019Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday
SunJan 262020Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearFederal Public Holiday

Quick Facts

Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year

Only occurrence is Sunday, January 29, 2017.
Does not happen in 2018.
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List of dates for other years

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