Unlike Chinese Holiday arrangement, Hong Kong  public holidays arrangement don't have working weekends.

If you have business trip or other plan in Hong Kong then you need to pay attention to the below Official Hong Kong Public Holiday Calendar.

2017 Official Hong Kong Public Holiday Calendar

Every Sunday   Sunday
The day following the first day of January 2 January Monday
Lunar New Year’s Day 28 January Saturday
The third day of Lunar New Year 30 January Monday
The fourth day of Lunar New Year 31 January Tuesday
Ching Ming Festival 4 April Tuesday
Good Friday 14 April Friday
The day following Good Friday 15 April Saturday
Easter Monday 17 April Monday
Labour Day 1 May Monday
The Birthday of the Buddha 3 May Wednesday
Tuen Ng Festival 30 May Tuesday
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day 1 July Saturday
The day following National Day 2 October Monday
The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival 5 October Thursday
Chung Yeung Festival 28 October Saturday
Christmas Day 25 December Monday
The first weekday after Christmas Day 26 December Tuesday

"As both the first day of January and National Day in 2017 fall on a Sunday, the day following them is designated as a general holiday in substitution.  In addition, since the second day of Lunar New Year in 2017 falls on a Sunday, the fourth day of Lunar New Year is designated as a general holiday in substitution," said a Government spokesman.

2016 Official Hong Kong Public Holiday Calendar
Every Sunday   Sunday
The first day of January 1 January Friday
Lunar New Year’s Day 8 February Monday
The second day of Lunar New Year 9 February Tuesday
The third day of Lunar New Year 10 February Wednesday
Good Friday 25 March Friday
The day following Good Friday 26 March Saturday
Easter Monday 28 March Monday
Ching Ming Festival 4 April Monday
The day following the Labour Day 2 May Monday
The Birthday of the Buddha 14 May Saturday
Tuen Ng Festival 9 June Thursday
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day 1 July Friday
The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival 16 September Friday
National Day 1 October Saturday
The day following the Chung Yeung Festival 10 October Monday
The first weekday after Christmas Day 26 December Monday
The second weekday after Christmas Day 27 December Tuesday
2015 Official Hong Kong Public Holiday Calendar
Every Sunday   Sunday
The first day of January 1 January Thursday
Lunar New Year’s Day 19 February Thursday
The second day of Lunar New Year 20 February Friday
The third day of Lunar New Year 21 February Saturday
Good Friday 3 April Friday
The day following Good Friday 4 April Saturday
The day following Ching Ming Festival 6 April Monday
The day following Easter Monday 7 April Tuesday
Labour Day 1 May Friday
The Birthday of the Buddha 25 May Monday
Tuen Ng Festival 20 June Saturday
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day 1 July Wednesday
The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival 28 September Monday
National Day 1 October Thursday
Chung Yeung Festival 21 October Wednesday
Christmas Day 25 December Friday
The first weekday after Christmas Day 26 December Saturday

"As Ching Ming Festival in 2015 falls on a Sunday, the following day will be designated as a general holiday in substitution. However, as the day following Ching Ming Festival and Easter Monday fall on the same day, the next following day that is not itself a general holiday will be observed as an additional general holiday," said a Government spokesman.

2014 Official Hong Kong Public Holiday Calendar
Every Sunday   Sunday
The first day of January 1 January Wednesday
Lunar New Year’s Day 31 January Friday
The second day of Lunar New Year 1 February Saturday
The fourth day of Lunar New Year 3 February Monday
Ching Ming Festival 5 April Saturday
Good Friday 18 April Friday
The day following Good Friday 19 April Saturday
Easter Monday 21 April Monday
Labour Day 1 May Thursday
The Birthday of the Buddha 6 May Tuesday
Tuen Ng Festival 2 June Monday
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day 1 July Tuesday
The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival 9 September Tuesday
National Day 1 October Wednesday
Chung Yeung Festival 2 October Thursday
Christmas Day 25 December Thursday
The first weekday after Christmas Day 26 December Friday

“According to the Employment Ordinance and General Holidays Ordinance, when either Lunar New Year’s Day, the second day of Lunar New Year or the third day of Lunar New Year falls on a Sunday, the fourth day of Lunar New Year is designated as a statutory and general holiday in substitution.  As the third day of the Lunar New Year of 2014 falls on a Sunday, the fourth day of Lunar New Year will be designated as a holiday in substitution, ” said a Government spokesman.

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