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Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration Day in Vietnam

Name in other languages

NameLanguage
Giỗ tổ Hùng VươngVietnamese
Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayEnglish
Tag der Hùng-KoenigeGerman
Vietnamesiske kongers dagNorwegian

Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration Day Observances

Note: If a public holiday falls on a weekend, workers are entitled to have the following day off as compensation.
WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
FriApr 232010Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
TueApr 122011Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
SatMar 312012Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
FriApr 192013Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
WedApr 92014Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
TueApr 282015Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
SatApr 162016Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
ThuApr 62017Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
WedApr 252018Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
SunApr 142019Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday
ThuApr 22020Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration DayNational holiday

Quick Facts

Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration Day 2018

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration Day 2019

Sunday, April 14, 2019

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Note: If a public holiday falls on a weekend, workers are entitled to have the following day off as compensation.

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Other holidays in April 2019 in Vietnam

United Nation Holiday on April 25, 2019

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