Are you now preparing your itinerary for your Year 2013 holiday trips?
Before you buy your airline tickets and book your hotels, Checkout the official list of Philippine Holidays for 2013 which includes the list of all we’ve been waiting for… the long weekends.
As per Proclamation No. 459 which was signed by President Benigno Aquino III last September 1, 2012, heres the official list of Holidays in the Philippines for 2013.
|January 1||Tuesday||New Year’s Day|
|February 25||Monday||(Edsa) People Power Day|
|March 28||Thursday||Maundy Thursday|
|March 29||Friday||Good Friday|
|April 9||Tuesday||Day of Valor|
|May 1||Wednesday||Philippine Labor Day|
|June 12||Wednesday||Philippine Independence Day|
|August 9||Friday||Eidul Fitr|
|August 21||Wednesday||Ninoy Aquino Day|
|August 26||Monday||National Heroes’ Day|
|October 15||Tuesday||Eidul Adha|
|November 1||Friday||All Saints Day|
|November 2||Saturday||Special Non-working Holiday|
|November 30||Saturday||Bonifacio Day|
|December 24||Tuesday||Special Non-working Holiday|
|December 25||Wednesday||Christmas Day|
|December 30||Monday||Rizal Day|
|December 31||Tuesday||New Year’s Eve|
The following are the list of the Long Weekends:
- February 23 – 25 — People Power Day
- March 28 – 31 — Holy Week
- August 9 – 11 — Eidul Fitr (tentative)
- August 24 – 26 — National Heroes Day
- November 1 – 3 — All Saints Day
- December 28 – January 1 — Rizal Day and New Year
Eid’l Fitr and the Eid’l Adha will be announced once it’s determined which days their celebration falls on in accordance with the Islamic calendar.