Malaysia Public Holidays 2013

malaysia public holidays 2013 Malaysia Public Holidays 2013

MALAYSIA HOLIDAY 2013

01 JAN – – New Year
14 JAN – – Yang di-Pertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan’s Birthday
20 JAN – – Sultan of Kedah’s Birthday
24 JAN – – Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday (Maulidur Rasul)
27 JAN – – Thaipusam

01 FEB – – Federal Territory Day
10 FEB – – Chinese New Year
11 FEB – – Chinese New Year

04 MAR – – Anniversary of Installation of Sultan of Terengganu
29 MAR – – Good Friday

15 APR – – Declaration of Malacca as a Historical City
19 APR – – Sultan of Perak’s Birthday
26 APR – – Sultan of Terengganu’s Birthday

01 MAY – – Labour Day
07 MAY – – Hari Hol Pahang
17 MAY – – Raja Perlis’s Birthday
24 MAY – – Vesak Day
30 MAY – – Harvest Festival
31 MAY – – Harvest Festival

01 JUN – – Agong’s Birthday
01 JUN – – Hari Gawai
02 JUN – – Hari Gawai
06 JUN – – Israk & Mikraj

07 JUL – – Georgetown World Heritage City Day
10 JUL – – Awal Ramadan*
13 JUL – – Penang Governor’s Birthday
26 JUL – – Nuzul Al-Quran

08 AUG – – Hari Raya Puasa*
09 AUG – – Hari Raya Puasa*
31 AUG – – National Day

07 SEP – – Sarawak Governor’s Birthday
16 SEP – – Malaysia Day

05 OCT – – Sabah Governor’s Birthday
12 OCT – – Malacca Governor’s Birthday
15 OCT – – Hari Raya Haji*
16 OCT – – Hari Raya Haji*
24 OCT – – Sultan of Pahang’s Birthday

02 NOV – – Deepavali
05 NOV – – Awal Muharram (Maal Hijrah)
11 NOV – – Sultan of Kelantan’s Birthday
12 NOV – – Sultan of Kelantan’s Birthday
22 NOV – – Sultan of Johor’s Birthday

09 DEC – – Hari Hol Almarhum Sultan Johor
11 DEC – – Sultan of Selangor’s Birthday
25 DEC – – Christmas

* Subject to Change (Correct at time of publish)

 

Malaysia School Holidays 2013

 

Schools Term

Start date

End date

Number of days

Term 1 holidays

23 March

31 March

9

Mid-year holidays

25 May

9 June

16

Term 2 holidays

7 August

18 August

12

End-year holidays

16 November

1 Janaury

47

Please note that For East Coast States (Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu) the holidays dates start and finish one day earlier, due to the fact that the weekend of these states is from Friday-Saturday.