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Birthday of the Sultan of Kelantan in Malaysia

Is Birthday of the Sultan of Kelantan a Public Holiday?

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

Birthday of the Sultan of Kelantan Observances

Holiday currently only shown for years 2015–2025.

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015WedNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2016FriNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2017SatNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2018SunNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2019MonNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2020WedNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2021ThuNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2022FriNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2023SatNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2024MonNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan
2025TueNov 11Birthday of the Sultan of KelantanCommon local holidayKelantan

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