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2017 Official List Of Philippine Holidays & Long Weekend Schedule Per Malacanang Palace Proclamation Proclamation No. 50

They say one way of starting a new year is to plan it ahead of time especially if you love to travel like me. This isn't a big deal to me already since I am freelance and I work online. I don't need to file a leave in advance just to go somewhere because I can carry my tasks with me. I just need a good wifi connection and a laptop plus smartphone. However please don't be envious, there are pros and cons as well. What I have in my job, you'll probably have it better or vice versa.

A. Regular Holidays 

New Year’s Day  1   January   (Sunday)
Araw ng Kagitingan  9   April   (Sunday)
Maundy Thursday 13   April
Good Friday 14   April
Labor Day  1   May   (Monday)
 Independence Day 12   June   (Monday)
 National Heroes Day 26 - 28   August   (Last Monday of August)
 Bonifacio Day 30   November   (Thursday)
 Christmas Day 25   December   (Monday)
Rizal Day 30   December   (Saturday)

B. Special (Non-Working) Days
Chinese New Year 28   January   (Saturday)
EDSA People Power Revolution Anniversary 25   February   (Saturday)
Black Saturday 15   April
Ninoy Aquino Day 19 - 21   August   (Monday)
All Saints Day  1   November   (Wednesday)
Last Day of the Year 31   December   (Sunday)
Additional special (non-working) day 31   October   (Tuesday)
National Holiday for Eid'l Adha  1-3 September

Nov 13-15 in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Pampanga for ASEAN Summit

As always for Eidul Fitr and Eidul Adha, the dates aren't available yet because it will depend on the Islamic calendar or astronomical connections.  The National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) is the one in - charged to know when are the official dates for these.

Update MalacaƱang, today, issued a memorandum suspending work in the government and private sector in Metro Manila on 28 April 2017.

There will also be suspension of government work in the cities of Pasay, Makati and Manila on 27 April 2017 due to the 30th #ASEAN Summit.

This Philippine holiday list for 2017 is effective immediately as per the proclamation. So there you go guys, hope you are now planning when and where is your next getaway!

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