HK Public Holidays

Hong Kong’s biggest festival is the Lunar New Year, followed by the Mid-Autumn Festival and then the Christmas Holidays. Halloween is not a holiday but is considered big as well and still celebrated by Hong Kong families. Most businesses take advantage of the holidays to boost their sales, therefore you can expect big bulk of discounts in restaurants and shopping malls during these events.

2013 Public Holidays
Every Sunday |  **
The first day of January |1 January**
The second day of Lunar New Year |11 February**
The third day of  Lunar New Year |12 January**
The fourth day of Lunar New Year |13 January**
Good Friday |29 March**
The day following Good Friday |30 March**
Easter Monday |1 April**
Ching Ming Festival |4 April**
Labour Day |1 May**
The Birthday of the Buddha |17 May**
Tuen Ng Festival |12 June**
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day |1 July**
The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival |20 September**
National Day |1 October**
The day following Chung Yeung Festival |14 October**
Christmas Day |25 December**
The first weekday after Christmas Day |26 December**