Name of Public Holiday


Day and Date


New Year’s Day


Saturday, 1 January*

Monday, 3 January



Chinese New Year



Monday, 31 January

Tuesday, 1 February

Wednesday, 2 February

Thursday, 3 February# 

Friday, 4 February#

Saturday, 5 February

Sunday, 6 February



Note: Sat, 29 January and Sun, 30 January are working days.


Qingming Festival



Monday, 4 April#

Tuesday, 5 April


Note: Sat, 2 April is a working day.


Labour Day



Sunday, 1 May*

Monday, 2 May

Tuesday, 3 May#

Wednesday, 4 May#


Note: Sun, 24 April and Sat, 7 May are working days.


Duanwu Festival



Friday, 3 June



Singapore’s National Day



Tuesday, 9 August



Mid-Autumn Festival



Saturday, 10 September*

Monday, 12 September



China National Day



Saturday, 1 October*

Sunday, 2 October*

Monday, 3 October

Tuesday, 4 October

Wednesday, 5 October

Thursday, 6 October#

Friday, 7 October # 


Note: Sat, 8 October and Sun, 9 October are working days.


Remarks/Note (if any)

When a Public Holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the following working day shall be observed as a holiday.


* In this connection,

Monday, 3 January is a holiday (for New Year's Day)

Monday, 2 May is a holiday (for Labour Day)

Monday, 12 September is a holiday (for Mid-Autumn Festival)

Tuesday, 4 October and Wednesday, 5 October are holidays (for China National Day)



Holiday adjustments:

# The State Council has announced the holiday adjustments.


  1. Chinese New Year

    Thursday, 3 February and Friday, 4 February are holidays. However, Saturday, 29 January and Sunday, 30 January are working days.


  2. Qingming Festival

    Monday, 4 April is a holiday. However, Saturday, 2 April is a working day.


  3. Labour Day

    Tuesday, 3 May and Wednesday, 4 May are holidays. However, Sunday, 24 April and Saturday, 7 May are working days.


  4. China National Day

    Thursday, 6 October and Friday, 7 October are holidays. However, Saturday, 8 October and Sunday, 9 October are working days.


Note : The above list applies to the Singapore Consulate-General in Guangzhou as well as the Singapore Embassy in Beijing and Singapore Consulates-General in Chengdu, Shanghai and Xiamen.



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