National Holidays and Festivals in Singapore - 2014

January
1   -   New Year's Day (National holiday)
17   -   Thaipusam (Observance)
31   -   Chinese Lunar New Year's Day (National holiday)
February
1   -   Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year (National holiday)
14   -   Valentine's Day (Observance)
15   -   Total Defense Day (Observance)
March
8   -   International Women's Day (Observance)
20   -   March equinox (Season)
April
1   -   April Fool's Day (Observance)
5   -   Qingming Festival (Observance)
18   -   Good Friday (National holiday)
19   -   Easter Saturday (Observance)
20   -   Easter Sunday (Observance)
May
1   -   Labour Day (National holiday)
11   -   Mother's Day (Observance)
13   -   Vesak Day (National holiday)
18   -   International Museum Day (Observance)
June
2   -   Dragon Boat Festival (Observance)
15   -   Father's Day (Observance)
21   -   June Solstice (Season)
July
1   -   Singapore Armed Forces Day (Observance)
6   -   Youth Day (Observance)
7   -   Youth Day observed (Observance)
21   -   Racial Harmony Day (Observance)
27   -   Hungry Ghost Festival (Observance)
28   -   Hari Raya Puasa (National holiday)
August
9   -   National Day (National holiday)
September
5   -   Teachers' Day (Observance)
8   -   Mid-Autumn Festival (Observance)
23   -   September equinox (Season)
October
3   -   Children's Day (Observance)
5   -   Hari Raya Haji (National holiday)
6   -   Hari Raya Haji observed (National holiday)
22   -   Diwali/Deepavali (National holiday)
December
21   -   December Solstice (Season)
24   -   Christmas Eve (Observance)
25   -   Christmas Day (National holiday)
31   -   New Year's Eve (Observance)

 

 




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