Check the official 2015 public holidays of Hong Kong declared by Hong Kong Government. Find Hong Kong Public Holidays Calendar 2015. The following list of general holidays for 2015, gazetted for public information by the Hong Kong Government. Find the holidays dates and days in year 2015 like Lunar New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Ching Ming Festival, Easter Monday, Labour Day, The Birthday of the Buddha, Tuen Ng Festival, Establishment Day, Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, National Day, Chung Yeung Festival, Christmas Day.
|Hong Kong Public Holidays 2015|
|1||January||1||Thursday||The first day of January|
|2||February||19||Thursday||Lunar New Year’s Day|
|3||February||20||Friday||The second day of Lunar New Year|
|4||February||21||Saturday||The third day of Lunar New Year|
|6||April||4||Saturday||The day following Good Friday|
|7||April||6||Monday||The day following Ching Ming Festival|
|8||April||7||Tuesday||The day following Easter Monday|
|10||May||25||Monday||The Birthday of the Buddha|
|11||June||20||Saturday||Tuen Ng Festival|
|12||July||1||Wednesday||Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day|
|13||September||28||Monday||The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival|
|15||October||21||Wednesday||Chung Yeung Festival|
|17||December||26||Saturday||The first weekday after Christmas Day|
- Every Sunday is Holiday.
- As Ching Ming Festival in 2015 falls on a Sunday, the following day will be designated as a general holiday in substitution. However, as the day following Ching Ming Festival and Easter Monday fall on the same day, the next following day that is not itself a general holiday will be observed as an additional general holiday.
- For more detail visit Govt of HongKong.