2013 Holidays Hong Kong – It would be an exciting year for Hong Kong in 2013, with all the thrilling events lined up!
Some of the highlights include:
- The World in 2013 Gala Dinner
- Asian Aerospace International Expo & Congress 2013
- Hong Kong Mega Show 2013
For more information, check out Discover Hong Kong!
With an exciting history, Hong Kong was part of Britain since the 1840s. After which, it was returned to China in July 1997 and remained as so. Hong Kong is a cosmopolitan city as influenced by both the Western and Chinese culture. Enjoying both the Western and Chinese holidays, Hong Kong citizens definitely have a whole load of fun every year!
Let us look at the public holidays in Hong Kong for 2013!
|1 January 2013||New Year’s Day|
|10 February 2013 – 13 February 2013||Spring Festival (Chinese New Year)|
|29 March 2013 – 30 March 2013||Good Friday|
|1 April 2013||Easter Monday|
|4 April 2013||Qingming Festival|
|1 May 2013||Labour Day|
|17 May 2013||The birthday of Buddha|
|12 June 2013||Dragon Boat Festival|
|1 July 2013||Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day|
|20 September 2013||Day following Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival|
|1 October 2013||National Day|
|14 October 2013||Day following Chung Yeung Festival|
|25 December 2012 – 26 December 2012||Christmas Day|
As you can see, the Hong Kong government is generally very generous with the public holidays! So keep yourself updated and plan for your holidays early!