Hong Kong Holidays, Festivals and Events 2021

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Hong Kong public holidays 2021 have been released, it’s time to make plan for the next year, Year of the Ox!

2021 Public Holidays Hong Kong

Festival Date Public
Lunar Date
New Year’s Day 01-Jan, Fri Y  
Chinese New Year’s Day 12-Feb, Fri Y First Moon, Day 1
The second day of Lunar New Year 13-Feb, Sat Y First Moon, Day 2
Che Kung’s Birthday
The third day of Lunar New Year 14-Feb, Sun Y First Moon, Day 3
The fourth day of Lunar New Year 15-Feb, Mon Y First Moon, Day 4
Spring Lantern Festival/ Yuen Siu 26-Feb, Fri N First Moon, Day 15
Hung Shing Festival 25-Mar, Thur N Second Moon, Day 13
Good Friday 02-Apr, Fri Y  
The day following Good Friday 03-Apr, Sat Y  
The day following Ching Ming Festival 05-Apr, Mon Y Third Moon
The day following Easter Monday 06-Apr, Tue Y  
Labour Day 01-May, Sat Y  
Birthday of Tin Hau 04-May, Tue N Third Moon, Day 23
Cheung Chau Bun Festival 16-20-May,


N Fourth Moon,
Day 5–9
Birthday of Buddha 19-May, Wed Y Fourth Moon, Day 8
Birthday of Tam Kung
Dragon Boat Festival/ Tuen Ng 14-Jun, Mon Y Fifth Moon, Day 5
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Establishment Day
01-Jul, Thur Y  
Birthday of Kwan Tai/ Martial God 02-Aug, Mon N Sixth Moon, Day 24
Seven Sisters Festival/ Tsat-je 14-Aug, Sat N Seventh Moon, Day 7
The Hungry Ghost Festival/ Yue Lan 22-Aug, Sun N Seventh Moon,
Day 14-15
Mid-Autumn Festival/ Moon Festival 21-Sep, Tue N Eighth Moon, Day 15
The day following Mid-Autumn Festival 22-Sep, Wed Y Eighth Moon, Day 16
Monkey God Festival
National Day 01-Oct, Fri Y  
Birthday of Confucius/Teacher’s Day 03-Oct, Sun N Eighth Moon, Day 27
Chung Yeung Festival 14-Oct, Thur Y  
Winter Solstice 21-Dec, Tue N Eleventh Moon
Christmas Day 25-Dec, Sat Y  
The first weekday after Christmas Day 27-Dec, Mon Y  

See Hong Kong holidays 2020.

Which Hong Kong public holidays 2021 are your favorites? Please feel free to leave us comments or contact us if you have any questions.

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