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With the coronavirus pandemic still having a severe global impact, many countries around the world face lockdown, border shutdowns and travel bans. Many of us have to cancelled travel arrangements and planning a staycation instead. 

No one really knows when the pandemic will end. Let's hope that by 2021 everything will back to 'normal'! And that the world will once again be our oyster. To help you plan, here are Hong Kong's public holidays for next year.

The first day of January 1 Jan   Friday
Lunar New Year's Day 12 Feb         Friday
The second day of Lunar New Year 13 Feb Saturday
The fourth day of Lunar New Year 15 Feb Monday
Good Friday 2 Apr Friday
The day following Good Friday 3 Apr Saturday
The day following Ching Ming Festival 5 Apr Monday
The day following Easter Monday 6 Apr Tuesday
Labour Day 1 May Saturday
Buddha's Birthday 19 May Wednesday
Tuen Ng (Dragon Boat) Festival 14 Jun Monday
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day 1 Jul Thursday
The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival 22 Sep Wednesday
National Day 1 Oct Friday
Chung Yeung Festival 14 Oct Thursday
Christmas Day 25 Dec Saturday
The first weekday after Christmas Day 27 Dec Monday

Holiday planning guide:

- 0 Annual leave

12-15 Feb: Four days

2-6 April: Five days

12-14 Jun: Three days

1-3 Oct: Three days

 

- 1 Annual leave 

1-4 Jul: Four days

14-17 Oct: Four days

 

- 2 Annual leave

15-19 May: Five days

19-23 May: Five days

22-26 Sep: Five days