Plan your long weekends in Singapore and Malaysia in 2019

How to Maximise Your 2019 Public Holidays In SG And MY

After the hectic schedule of the day, you might need a period of rest and relaxation. It’s never too early to plan your holidays. So yes, planning for 2019 now! our Singapore and Malaysia friends.

SG: 6 DAYS OF ANNUAL LEAVE FOR 8 LONG WEEKED!


1.) New Years Day (4 days)
Dec 29 Sat – Jan 1 Tue
Take leave on Dec 31 Jan

2.) Chinese New Year (5 days)
Feb 2 Sat – Feb 6 Web
Take leave on Feb 4 Jan

3.) Good Friday (3 days)
April 19 Fri – April 21 Sun

4.) Vesak Day (3 days)
May 18 Sat – May 21 Mon

5.) Hari Raya Puasa (5 days)
Jun 5 Wed – Jun 9 Sun
Take leave on Jun 6 & Jun 7

6.) NDP + Hari Raya Haj (4 days)
August 9 Wed – August 12 Mon

7.) Deepavali (3 days)
Oct 26 Sat – Oct 28 Mon

8.)Christmas Day (5 days)
Dec 25 Wed – 29 Dec
Take leave on Dec 26&27 Jan

MY: 11 DAYS OF ANNUAL LEAVE FOR 11 LONG WEEKED!

1.) New Years Day (4 days)
Dec 29 Sat – Jan 1 Tue
Take leave on Dec 31 Jan

2.) Thaipusam (3 days)
Jan 19 Sat – Jan 21 Mon

3.) Federal Territory Day (3 days)
Feb 1 Fri – Feb 3 Sun

4.) Chinese New Year (4 days)
Feb 3 Sun – Feb 6 Web
Take leave on Feb 4 Jan

5.) Labour Day (5 days)
May 1 Web – May 5 Web
Take leave on May 2 & 3

6.) Nuzul Quran (8 days)
May 18 Sat – May 26 Sun
Take leave on May 23 & 24

7.) Hari Raya Puasa (5 days)
Jun 5 Wed – Jun 9 Sun
Take leave on Jun 7

8.) Hari Raya Haj (4 days)
August 9 Wed – August 12 Mon
Take leave on August 9 Jan

9.) ND & Awal Muharram (4 days)
August 30 Fri – September 2 Mon
Take leave on August 30

10.) Malaysia Day (3 days)
September 14 Sat – September 16 Mon

11.)Christmas Day (5 days)
Dec 25 Wed – 29 Dec
Take leave on Dec 26&27 Jan

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