National Holidays in Philippines in 2017

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Philippines List of Holidays in Philippines in 2017

Day Date Holiday Name Type Comments
Sunday New Year's Day National Holiday Regular holiday
Monday Public Holiday National Holiday Additional Special Non-Working Day
Saturday Chinese New Year National Holiday 1st day of 1st lunar month
Thursday Davao City Day Regional Holiday Davao City only. Marks the creation of the city
Sunday The Day of Valor National Holiday Regular holiday
Thursday Maundy Thursday National Holiday Regular holiday
Friday Good Friday National Holiday Regular holiday
Saturday Black Saturday National Holiday Special Non-working day
Thursday Public Holiday Government Holiday Manila only. Public sector holiday for ASEAN Summit
Friday Public Holiday Regional Holiday Manila only. For the 30th ASEAN Summit
Monday Labor Day National Holiday Regular holiday
Monday Independence Day National Holiday Regular holiday
Saturday Manila Day Regional Holiday Manila only
Monday Eid'l Fitr National Holiday End of Ramadan
Friday Public Holiday Regional Holiday Davao City only. For Kadayawan sa Davao
Saturday Birthday of Manuel L Quezon Regional Holiday Special Non-Working Day in Quezon City and the provinces of Quezon and Aurora
Monday Ninoy Aquino Day National Holiday Special Non-working day. Commemorates the assassination of Benigno Ninoy Aquino Jr. in 1983
Monday National Heroes' Day National Holiday Regular holiday. Last Monday of August
Friday Eidul Adha National Holiday Date confirmed by govt.proclamation
Tuesday Public Holiday National Holiday Additional Special Non-Working Day
Wednesday All Saints' Day National Holiday Special Non-working day
Thursday Bonifacio Day National Holiday Regular holiday
Monday Christmas Day National Holiday Regular holiday
Tuesday Christmas Holiday Government Holiday Government only
Saturday Rizal Day National Holiday Regular holiday
Sunday New Year's Eve National Holiday Special Non-working day

Notes

  • The Labor Code of the Philippines specifies two types of holidays: the 'regular holiday' and the 'special non-working day'. There is a difference in the pay that employers are required to pay between the two type of holidays.

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