Are you visiting or moving to Philippines? Start by knowing the dates of public holidays in the Philippines in 2022 to help plan your trip to the country.
Every country in the world has different gazetted holidays, and the Philippines is no different. There are many gazetted Regular and Special Non-Working Holidays in the Philippines throughout the year.
Find below the Regular and Special Non-Working Day holidays in the Philippines for the year 2022 in chronological order.
The Philippines Holidays 2022 are:
|January 1, 2022||Saturday||New Year’s Day||Regular Holiday|
|February 1, 2022||Tuesday||Chinese New Year||Special Non-Working Day|
|February 25, 2022||Friday||EDSA Revolution Anniversary||Special Non-Working Day|
|April 9, 2022||Saturday||Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor)||Regular Holiday|
|April 14, 2022||Thursday||Maundy Thursday||Regular Holiday|
|April 15, 2022||Friday||Good Friday||Regular Holiday|
|April 16, 2022||Saturday||Black Saturday||Special Non-Working Day|
|May 1, 2022||Sunday||Labor Day||Regular Holiday|
|June 12, 2022||Sunday||Independence Day||Regular Holiday|
|August 21, 2022||Sunday||Ninoy Aquino Day||Special Non-Working Day|
|August 29, 2022||Monday||National Heroes’ Day||Special Non-Working Day|
|November 1, 2022||Tuesday||All Saints’ Day||Special Non-Working Day|
|November 30, 2022||Wednesday||Bonifacio Day||Regular Holiday|
|December 8, 2022||Thursday||Immaculate Conception||Special Non-Working Day|
|December 25, 2022||Sunday||Christmas Day||Regular Holiday|
|December 30, 2022||Friday||Rizal Day||Regular Holiday|
The president will announce the national holidays for Eid’l Fitr, and Eid’l Adha after the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos has determined the dates of the Islamic holidays as per the Lunar calendar.
Find below the Philippines Holidays 2018 by categories: Regular Holiday and Special Non-Working Day
January 1, 2018, Monday – New Year’s Day (Regular Holiday)
February 16, 2018, Friday – Chinese New Year (Special Non-Working Day)
February 25, 2018, Sunday – EDSA Revolution Anniversary (Special Non-Working Day)
March 29, 2018 – Maundy Thursday (Regular Holiday)
March 30, 2018 – Good Friday (Regular Holiday)
March 31, 2018 – Black Saturday (Special Non-Working Day)
April 9, 2018, Monday – Araw ng Kagitingan (Regular Holiday)
May 1, 2018, Tuesday – Labor Day (Regular Holiday)
May 14, 2018, Monday – Barangay Elections (Special non-working holiday)
June 12, 2018, Tuesday – Independence Day (Regular Holiday)
August 21, 2018, Tuesday – Ninoy Aquino Day (Special Non-Working Day)
August 27, 2018, last Monday of August – National Heroes’ Day (Regular Holiday)
November 1, 2018, Thursday – All Saints’ Day (Special Non-Working Day)
November 2, 2018, Friday – (Additional Special Non-Working Day)
November 30, 2018, Friday – Bonifacio Day (Regular Holiday)
December 24, 2018, Monday – (Additional Special Non-Working Day)
December 25, 2018, Tuesday – Christmas Day (Regular Holiday)
December 30, 2018, Sunday – Rizal Day (Regular Holiday)
Proclamations to declare national holidays for Eid’l Fitr and Eid’l Adha will follow after the dates of the Islamic holidays have been determined.