List of 2014 Philippines Holidays Under Proclamation No. 655

List of Philippine HolidaysBy: Tax and Accounting Center Philippines

The President of the Philippines issued Proclamation No. 655 dated September 25, 2013 declaring the regular holidays, special (non-working) days, and special holidays for calendar year 2014 as follows:

2014 Regular Holidays Philippines  

  1.  January 1, 2014 (Wednesday) – New Year’s Day
  2.  April 9, 2014 (Wednesday) – Araw ng Kagitingan
  3. April 17, 2014 (Thursday) – Maundy Thursday
  4. April 18, 2014 (Friday) – Good friday
  5. May 1, 2014 (Thursday) – Labor Day
  6. June 12, 2014 (Thursday) – Philippine Independence Day
  7. August 25, 2014 (Last Monday of August) – National Heroes Day
  8. November 30, 2014 (Sunday) – Bonifacio Day
  9. December 25, 2014 (Thursday) – Christmas Day
  10. December 30, 2014 (Tuesday) – Rizal Day

2014 Special Non-working Days Philippines

  1. January 31, 2014 (Friday) – Chinese New Year
  2. April 19, 2014 (Saturday) – Black Saturday
  3. August 21, 2014 (Thursday) – Ninoy Aquino Day
  4. November 1, 2014 (Saturday) – All Saint’s Day

2-14 Additional Special Non-working Days

  1. December 24, 2014 (Wednesday)
  2. December 26, 2014 (Friday)
  3. December 31, 2014 (Wednesday)

Special Holiday (for all schools)

  1. February 25, 2014 (Tuesday) – EDSA Revolution Anniversary

Additional National Holdiay

  1. Eid’l Fitr
  2. Eidul Adha

The above two (2) additional national holiday in the Philippines shall be declared based on a separate proclamation after the approximate dates of the Islamic holidays have been determined.


We commend the Office of the President for the early release of the 2014 list of Philippine holidays under Proclamation No. 655. At this early, business establishments, public offices, schools, and other private offices could plan ahead courses of action towards effective operations during those Philippine holidays under Proclamation No. 655.

For private and public employees, business owners, corporate officers, freelancers in the Philippines, and students of public and private schools, it is a good opportunity to plan a vacation in tourist destinations in the Philippines (e.g. Boracay Philippines, Palawan, Cebu, Bohol, Davao, Camiguin, Leyte-Samar, etc), or plan travels abroad. Please note that it is best to book a plane ticket long ahead of travel dates for cheaper airline tickets.

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