Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Singapore Public Holidays 2015

Singapore Public Holidays 2015 calendar is out and there are many good news in it. There are six 3-days long weekends in 2015 (Good Friday, Labour Day, Vesak Day, Hari Raya Puasa, National Day and Christmas Day) and there is one 4-days long weekend (Chinese New Year 2015). Besides, by taking only 3-days of annual leave, you can create 3 4-days long weekends (New Year 2015, Hari Raya Haji and Deepavali).

Singapore public holidays are not only important for the residents in Singapore but also for visitors to Singapore and South East Asia. During these holidays, Singaporeans mass-travel in the region, especially to Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia (Bali particularly) and air tickets, hotels and almost everything are quite expensive or sold out during these holidays. If you are planning to visit South East Asia around these public holidays, book your tickets and South East Asia hotel room in advance.

Here is the Singapore Public Holidays 2015 list:
New Year's Day - 1 January 2015 (Thursday) - With one day leave on Friday January 2nd 2015, you can enjoy a 4-days long weekend holiday.

Chinese New Year 2015 - 19 and 20th February 2015 (Thursday and Friday) - Lunar New Year holiday in 2015 in Singapore will create a 4 days long weekend holiday.

Good Friday - 3 April 2015 (Friday) - As usual, Good Friday will be a 3 days long weekend holiday.

Labour Day - 1 May 2015 (Friday) - Labour Day is another 3 days long weekend in 2015.

Vesak Day - 1 June 2015 (Monday) - 3 days long weekend

Hari Raya Puasa - 17 July 2015 (Friday) - 3 days long weekend

National Day - 9 August 2015 (Sunday) - National Day will be on Sunday in 2015 so the next Monday will be public holiday. This will create another 3 days long weekend. National Day 2015 will be special because it will be Singapore’s 50th National Day.

Hari Raya Haji - 24 September 2015 (Thursday) - With one day leave, you can make this another 4 days long weekend.

Deepevali - 10 November 2015 (Tuesday) - Tentatively, Deepevali will fall on 10 November 2015. As with previous years, Deepevali date may change when Hindu almanac is available. With one day leave, you can make this another 4 days long weekend.

Christmas Day - 25 December 2015 (Friday) - Last public holiday of 2015 is also a 3 days long weekend.

You can see the Singapore Public Holiday Calendar below. Orange represents public holidays, red represents the weekends and the green represents the required leaves to convert the holiday into a 4 days long weekend.

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