Here is a list of Hong Kong public holiday dates in 2012.
The 17 public holidays (公眾假期), also called Bank Holidays (銀行假期), are set by the General Holidays Ordinance.
2012 Hong Kong public holidays calendar
|The day following the first day of January||2 January||Monday|
|Lunar New Year’s Day||23 January||Monday|
|The second day of the Lunar New Year||24 January||Tuesday|
|The third day of the Lunar New Year||25 January||Wednesday|
|Ching Ming Festival||4 April||Wednesday|
|Good Friday||6 April||Friday|
|The day following Good Friday||7 April||Saturday|
|Easter Monday||9 April||Monday|
|The Birthday of the Buddha||28 April||Saturday|
|Labour Day||1 May||Tuesday|
|Tuen Ng Festival||23 June||Saturday|
|The day following Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day||2 July||Monday|
|The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival||1 October||Monday|
|The day following National Day||2 October||Tuesday|
|Chung Yeung Festival||23 October||Tuesday|
|Christmas Day||25 December||Tuesday|
|The first weekday after Christmas Day||26 December||Wednesday|
“As the first day of January and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day in 2012 both fall on a Sunday, the days following them will be designated as additional general holidays. Also, as the day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival and the National Day in 2012 fall on the same day, the next following day that is not itself a general holiday will thus be observed as an additional general holiday.” said a Government spokesman.
Hong Kong Public Holidays 2013
Public Holidays are usually announced by the Hong Kong Government in late April or early May of the preceeding year. Details will be posted here as soon as announced.