Malaysia Public Holidays 2022| Malaysia Calendar 2022 ❤️ ✅

The national calendar of Malaysia Public Holidays 2022 reveals all the public holidays that will be celebrated by the people of Malaysia. However, the dates mentioned in the calendar might be subject to official changes, which are normally announced. Hence, it is essential for the user to check for updates on a regular basis. In order to view the entire public holidays 2022 in Malaysia, the user has to scroll the holiday list. It is also possible for the user to select the Malaysian state of residence wherein he/she is living and find out the holiday calendar of that particular region or state.

Malaysia Official Holidays 2022 are mostly observed by private and governmental organizations. However, the most common holiday observed in Malaysia is the National Day. It is also observed as Independence Day on the thirty-first day of August, which commemorates the independence of Malaysia. Besides, first day of May 2022 is observed as Labour day, and the Malaysian King’s birthday will be observed on the first Saturday of June 2022.

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Through Malaysia Public Holidays Calendar 2022, many other festivals are observed and they fall under major national public holidays. It should also be noted that the main 2022 Malaysia Holidays of each major religion are considered as public holidays. They are observed on the western calendar of Malaysia, and are religious ones.

Malaysia Public Holidays 2022

Date Holiday Year Country
01-Jan new-year-day 2022 malaysia
14-Jan YDPB Negeri Sembilan's Birthday 2022 malaysia
16-Jan Sultan of Kedah's Birthday 2022 malaysia
18-Jan thaipusam 2022 malaysia
01-Feb chinese-new-year 2022 malaysia
01-Feb federal-territory-day 2022 malaysia
02-Feb chinese-new-year Holiday 2022 malaysia
01-Mar Israk and Mikraj 2022 malaysia
04-Mar Installation of Sultan Terengganu 2022 malaysia
23-Mar Sultan of Johor's Birthday 2022 malaysia
03-Apr ramadan 2022 malaysia
15-Apr Declaration of Melaka as a Historical City 2022 malaysia
15-Apr good-friday 2022 malaysia
19-Apr Nuzul Al-Quran 2022 malaysia
26-Apr Sultan of Terengganu's Birthday 2022 malaysia
01-May labour-day 2022 malaysia
02-May eid-al-fitr 2022 malaysia
02-May labour-day Holiday 2022 malaysia
03-May eid-al-fitr-holiday 2022 malaysia
07-May Hari Hol Pahang 2022 malaysia
15-May Vesak-day 2022 malaysia
16-May Vesak-day Holiday 2022 malaysia
30-May Harvest Festival 2022 malaysia
31-May Harvest Festival Holiday 2022 malaysia
01-Jun Hari Gawai 2022 malaysia
02-Jun Hari Gawai Holiday 2022 malaysia
06-Jun agongs-birthday 2022 malaysia
07-Jul Georgetown World Heritage City Day 2022 malaysia
08-Jul Arafat Day 2022 malaysia
09-Jul eid-al-adha 2022 malaysia
09-Jul Penang Governor's Birthday 2022 malaysia
10-Jul eid-al-adha Holiday 2022 malaysia
11-Jul eid-al-adha Holiday 2022 malaysia
17-Jul Raja Perlis' Birthday 2022 malaysia
22-Jul Sarawak Day 2022 malaysia
30-Jul muharram 2022 malaysia
30-Jul Sultan of Pahang's Birthday 2022 malaysia
31-Jul muharram Holiday 2022 malaysia
31-Aug independence-day 2022 malaysia
03-Sep Hari Hol Almarhum Sultan Iskandar 2022 malaysia
16-Sep malaysia-day 2022 malaysia
01-Oct Sabah Governor's Birthday 2022 malaysia
08-Oct prophet-muhammad-birthday 2022 malaysia
08-Oct Sarawak Governor's Birthday 2022 malaysia
09-Oct prophet-muhammad-birthday Holiday 2022 malaysia
14-Oct Melaka Governor's Birthday 2022 malaysia
24-Oct deepavali 2022 malaysia
04-Nov Sultan of Perak's Birthday 2022 malaysia
11-Nov Sultan of Kelantan's Birthday 2022 malaysia
12-Nov Sultan of Kelantan's Birthday Holiday 2022 malaysia
11-Dec Sultan of Selangor's Birthday 2022 malaysia
25-Dec christmas-day 2022 malaysia
26-Dec christmas Holiday 2022 malaysia

Public holidays in Malaysia are normally observed at levels of state and federal holidays. The main Malaysia Federal Holidays 2022 list is observed throughout the nation. Additional holidays are expected to be observed by each federal territory as well as state. It should be noted that Malaysia Public Holidays 2022 are considered to be a mixture of secular types of holidays. The citizens of Malaysia celebrate these holidays as part of the history of the nation.