Public Holidays Calendar
A extensive list of the public holidays with details of each holidays made up of festivals and celebrations are indexed this site.

Please select the month on the top menu to find the holidays in each country or state for that month or choose the country or state from the dropdown menu below to obtain the public holidays in that particular country.
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Sydney: 10:56 PM Tue
Singapore: 07:56 PM Tue
London: 12:56 PM Tue
New York: 07:56 AM Tue
Los Angeles: 04:56 AM Tue
Public Holidays Worldwide
What IS A Public Holiday?
Public Holidays are days in a year which are normally made into law into law by lawmakers of a country to be nontrading days or special days during the year. The public holidays are usually non trading days of celebration of a significant cultural event whether faith based celebration like Ramadan or a unique day of the year or follow other types of calendar much like the Lunar Calendar.

Various very common public holidays celebrated through out the whole world are listed below:
  • New Year Holiday - is commemorated on 1st of January, the very first day of the year on the modern Gregorian calendar besides the Julian calendar made use of in ancient Rome. When the new year begins at the stroke of midnight, it is normally celebrated with fireworks. It is the closest thing to being the world’s only truly world-wide public holiday as most nations are using the Gregorian calendar as their main calendar.

  • Labour Day Holiday is an once a year public holiday which is celebrated in most part of the world to celebrate the commercial and social achievements of workers. Labour Day is also known to as May Day Public Holiday and it has its inception in the labour union movement, specially the eight-hour day movement. The specific date of the Labour Day public holiday differs from one country or state to another as it is fixed by the individual state and territory governments.

  • An Independence Day is celebrated every year commemorating the anniversary of a nation’s assumption of independent statehood, often after ceasing to be a colony or being part of another nation or state. In the majority of countries, independence day is proclaimed as a national holiday. Having said that, some nations observe other national days either as a substitute for or in addition to an independence day.

  • Easter Holidays are celebrated by Christians living worldwide to rejoice the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter monday is often proclaimed as a public holiday.

  • Christmas has grown into the major public holiday celebration with people celebrating as joyful holiday with boisterous parties and giving gifts to one another.

  • Eid al-Fitr is one of the two (Eid al-Adha is the other holiday) most important Islamic holiday, celebrated by Muslims worldwide to mark the end of fasting in Ramadan.

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