If you’re planning to tick a lot of items on your bucket list this 2020, you better start planning as 2020 only offers 5 long weekends. So squeeze in your list and prioritize what you most like to visit. Because compared with 2019’s 10 long weekends, a lot of weekenders will definitely grimace with the fewer long weekends this year.
SKIP the list and refer to ABSCBN’s Infographics below.
APR 9 | Thursday Araw ng Kagitingan / Maundy Thursday
APR 10 | Friday Good Friday
MAY 1 | Friday Labor Day
JUN 12 | Friday) Independence Day
AUG 31 | Monday National Heroes Day
NOV 30 | Monday Bonifacio Day
DEC 25| Friday Christmas Day
DEC 30 | Wednesday Rizal Day
Furthermore, following days are NON WORKING DAYS
JAN 25 | SAT Chinese New Year
FEB 25 | TUE EDSA People Power Anniversary
APR 11 | SAT Black Saturday
AUG 21 | FRI Ninoy Aquino Day
NOV 1 | SUN All Saint’s Day
DEC 8 | FRI Immaculate Conception
DEC 31 | THU Last Day of the year
Additional Special (non-working) days: November 2 and December 24.
As for the observance of Eidl Fitr and Eidl Hada, these will be announced after their approximate dates have been determined by the Islamic calendar or the lunar calendar.
This 2020 Philippine holidays list isn’t official yet, but it will at least help you initially plan your Vacation Leaves, so you can indulge on a long and relaxing getaway with yourself or with your family. Of course, these dates may be modified by Malacañang Palace officials. Changes are announced, so stay tuned for reguular updates.