Official List of Philippine Holidays for 2018 including regular holidays, special non-working holidays and special holidays declared as walang pasok. Cheers for the full list of Philippine holidays this 2018 authorized by our dear President Rodrigo Duterte. The complete list here includes all regular holidays, special non-working days and special holidays for all schools and apparently offices.
Based on this year’s declared holidays list, there would be at least 9 special non-working holidays this year 2018. Wow, plan your travel or vacation in advance now!
It’s better to know the non-working days and holidays especially to employees who love to fix their schedule in advance for traveling and planning vacation. If you want to know Holy Week 2018, see the schedule below too. Holy Week falls this year on March 29, 30, 31, and April 1 as the Easter Sunday. Mark your 2018 calendars now!
Philippine Regular Holidays 2018
January 1 (Mon.) New Year’s Day
April 9 (Mon.) Araw ng Kagitingan
March 29 (Thur.) Maundy Thursday
March 30 (Fri.) Good Friday
May 1 (Tue.) Labor Day
June 12 (Tue.) Independence Day
August 27 (Mon.) National Heroes Day
Nov. 30 (Fri.) Bonifacio Day
Dec. 25 (Tue.) Christmas Day
Dec. 30 (Sun.) Rizal Day
Philippine Special Non-Working Holidays 2018
January 2 (Tue.) Additional New Year’s Special Non-working Holiday
Feb. 16 (Fri.) Chinese New Year
Feb. 25 (Sun.) EDSA People Power Revolution Anniversary
March 31 (Sat.) Black Saturday
August 21 (Tue.) Ninoy Aquino Day
Nov. 1 (Thur.) All Saint’s Day
Nov. 2 (Fri.) Additional Special (Non-working Holiday)
Dec. 24 (Mon.) Additional Special (Non-working Holiday)
Dec. 31 (Mon.) Last Day of the Year
Separate announcement of holidays will be declared for the Eid’l Fitr and Eidul Adha after the specific dates have been determined.
Source: Official Gazette of the Philippines