Holidays 2023 Philippines: Full List of Regular Holidays, Special Non-Working Days

HOLIDAYS 2023 PHILIPPINES – Below is a full list of the regular holidays and the special non-working days in the Philippines next year.

Many people plot their vacations ahead of time based on the holidays and special non-working days which may led to long weekends. For next year, there are a lot of regular holidays that will fall on a Monday paving the way for long weekends.

PHILIPPINE HOLIDAYS 2023: Updated List of Regular Holidays and Special Non-Working Days

Updated List of Regular Holidays and Special Non-Working Days for 2023

PHILIPPINE HOLIDAYS 2023 – President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. has issued a new proclamation updating the list of regular holidays and special non-working days for next year.

Philippine Holidays 2023
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Marcos declared in Proclamation No. 90 that a long weekend was necessary in order to implement the economic principle of encouraging domestic travel and raising national tourism expenditures.

Here’s an updated list of regular holidays and special non-working days:


  • Jan. 1 (Sunday) – New Year’s Day
  • April 10 (Monday nearest April 9) – Araw ng Kagitingan
  • April 6 – Maundy Thursday
  • April 7 – Good Friday
  • May 1 (Monday) – Labor Day
  • June 12 (Monday) – Independence Day
  • Aug. 28 (Last Monday of August) – National Heroes Day
  • Nov. 27 (Monday nearest Nov. 30) – Bonifacio Day
  • Dec. 25 (Monday) – Christmas Day
  • Dec. 30 – Rizal Day


  • Feb. 25 – EDSA People Power Revolution Anniversary
  • April 8 – Black Saturday
  • Aug. 21 (Monday) – Ninoy Aquino Day
  • Nov. 1 (Wednesday) – All Saints’ Day
  • Dec. 8 – Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary
  • Dec. 31- Last day of the year


  • Nov. 2 (Thursday)
  • Jan. 2 (Monday)

Meanwhile, in order to accommodate Filipinos visiting family for the New Year’s holiday and to allow them to spend time with them, the President designated January 2 as an additional special non-working day. According to Marcos, Nov. 30, the day that Bonifacio Day is observed every year, could still be designated as a working day. On the other hand, all the other provisions of Proclamation No. 42 series of 2022 will still be in effect.

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