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Time To Make The Most Out Of Your 2020 Public Holidays!

  • 27 Dec 2019
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It's the beginning of a brand new year! If you're excited about going on vacation or planning your leaves for the year 2020, here's how you can make use of the upcoming long weekends by taking leave in between. 

National public holidays in 2020:

New Year’s Day: 1 January  (Wednesday)
Chinese New Year: 25 & 26 January (Saturday & Sunday)
Ramadan: 24 April (Friday)
Labour Day: 1 May  (Friday)
Wesak Day: 7 May (Thursday)
Hari Raya Haji: 31 July (Friday)
Awal Muharram: 20 August (Thursday)
National Day: 31 August (Monday)
Yang di-Pertuan Agong's Birthday: 9 September (Wednesday)
Malaysia Day: 16 September (Wednesday
Prophet Muhammad's Birthday: 29 October (Thursday)
Christmas Day: 25 December (Friday)

These are the days you have to apply leave to make the most out of the public holidays:

2 & 3 January (Thursday & Friday)
24 January (Friday)
8 May (Friday)
21 August (Friday)
10 & 11 September (Thursday & Friday)
14 & 15 September (Monday & Tuesday)
30 October (Friday)



Source: LetsGoHoliday.my
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