Today, June 23,2014 the Offical Gazette has published Proclamation No. 831, s 2014. This proclamation was dine by the Malacanang and signed by our President, Noynoy Aquino citing the List of National, Regular and Special Holidays in the Philippines for 2015.
Better read this post para maaga nyo ng ma plano ang mga lakad like vacations, family reunions, and family trips.
This is also a good indication on when to look for travel deals like the famous PISO FARE promos of airlines for most of these promos are launched during the holidays like Easter, Chirstmas and Labor Day.
Sarap ng Beach Vacation lalo na pag Holiday
List of Philippine National Holidays for 2015
New Year’s Day – 1 January (Thursday)
Maundy Thursday – 2 April
Good Friday – 3 April
Araw ng Kagitingan – 9 April (Thursday)
Labor Day – 1 May (Friday)
Independence Day – 12 June (Friday)
National Heroes Day – 31 August (Last Monday of August)
Bonifacio Day – 30 November (Monday)
Christmas Day – 25 December (Friday)
Rizal Day – 30 December (Wednesday)
List of Special Non Working Holidays in the Philippines for 2015
Chinese New Year – 19 February (Thursday)
Black Saturday – 4 April
Ninoy Aquino Day – 21 August (Friday)
All Saints Day – 1 November (Sunday)
Additional special (non-working) days
- 2 January (Friday)
- 24 December (Thursday
- Last Day of the Year – 31 December (Thursday)
Special Holidays for Schools Only
EDSA Revolution Anniversary – 25 February (Wednesday)
The proclamations declaring national holidays for the observance of the Eid’l Fitr and the Eidul Adha will be posted after the approximate dates of these Islamic holidays have been determined in accordance with the Islamic calendar (Hijra) or the lunar calendar, or upon Islamic astronomical calculations.
The National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) is tasked to inform the Office of the President on which days and dates these Muslim holidays shall respectively fall.
No Work No Pay during Holidays?
Certain National Holidays allows employees to earn more if ever they come to work. Some Holidays such as Regular Holidays has the “No Work, No Pay” tag.
To further understand which type of Philippine National Holiday pays extra and which has ” No work, No Pay” criteria, kindly see the info graphic below:
Photo sourced from the Official Gazette
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