What Are The 2023 Philippine Holidays?

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January 6, 2023
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We know you’re already looking forward to the next

 

 

It’s only the sixth day of the year and we’re still fresh from the holiday season, but we know the first thing you did when you opened your work laptop was check out when the next non-working day is. We understand; we feel you. So here’s a list of the 2023 Philippine Holidays for you to keep in mind:

 

 

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Regular 2023 Philippine holidays

January 1 (Sunday) – New Year’s Day

April 6 (Thursday) – Maundy Thursday

April 7 (Friday) – Good Friday

April 10 (Monday) Araw ng Kagitingan (Monday closest to April 9)

May 1 (Monday) – Labor Day

June 12 (Monday) – Independence Day

August 28 (Monday) – National Heroes Day

November 27 (Monday) – Bonifacio Day (Monday closest to November 30)

December 25 (Monday) – Christmas

December 30 (Saturday) – Rizal Day

 

Special non-working days:

February 25 (Saturday) – EDSA People Power Revolution Anniversary

April 8 (Saturday) – Black Saturday

August 21 (Monday) – Ninoy Aquino Day

November 1 (Wednesday) – All Saints’ Day

December 8 (Friday) – Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary

December 31 (Sunday) – Last day of the year

 

Additional non-working days:

January 2 (Monday)

November 2 (Thursday)

 

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A lot of the 2023 Philippine holidays actually fall on Mondays this year, which mean more long weekends (that we suggest you turn into longer weekends). If we learned anything from 2022, it’s that we deserve those vacations. It was a treat working from wherever we wanted over the pandemic and strict WFH mandates, but there’s nothing quite like not having to lug around your work laptop everywhere you go.

 

So let this be the year of revenge travel. Apply for those visas and keep an eye out for piso sales. Gas up the car and pack a backpack for a road trip. Start those group messages with friends or family or colleagues. Be a tourist on vacation, not an employee working from Boracay.

 

 

Art Matthew Ian Fetalver

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