Public Holiday Labuan

Plan your upcoming holidays and make the most of your free time by staying up-to-date with the public holiday dates for Labuan. Being aware of public holidays in Labuan can help maximise your vacation time, making it a truly memorable experience.

In addition to the national holidays observed throughout Malaysia, Labuan has unique holidays, such as Federal Territory Day on February 1. It is a day when the residents of Labuan, along with Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, celebrate the anniversary of their formation as federal territories.

Labuan Public Holidays 2023

Keep track of all the public holidays in Labuan for the year 2023 using the calendar provided below. As changes to the official dates may occur, we recommend checking back regularly for updates.

1 JanSunNew Year’s Day
2 JanMonNew Year Holiday
22 JanSunChinese New Year
23 JanMonChinese New Year Holiday
24 JanTueChinese New Year Holiday
1 FebWedFederal Territory Day
8 AprSatNuzul Al-Quran
21 AprFriHari Raya Aidilfitri Holiday
22 AprSatHari Raya Aidilfitri
23 AprSunHari Raya Aidilfitri Holiday
24 AprMonHari Raya Aidilfitri Holiday
1 MayMonLabour Day
4 MayThuWesak Day
30 MayTueHarvest Festival
31 MayWedHarvest Festival Holiday
5 JunMonAgong’s Birthday
29 JunThuHari Raya Haji
19 JulWedAwal Muharram
31 AugThuMerdeka Day
16 SepSatMalaysia Day
28 SepThuProphet Muhammad’s Birthday
12 NovSunDeepavali
13 NovMonDeepavali Holiday
25 DecMonChristmas Day


Why should I plan my holiday in Labuan?

Planning your holidays around these dates will allow you to experience the local festivals and cultural events and provide an opportunity to mingle with the locals and understand their traditions and customs. This can offer a deeper insight into the rich cultural heritage of Labuan.

Also, it’s worth to note that during public holidays, many tourist spots might be crowded. So, if you prefer tranquility, you might want to avoid these dates. Understanding Labuan’s public holiday schedule can greatly enhance your holiday experience.

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