For many Filipinos who love to travel, here are the list of 2020 Philippine Holidays. The list below was declared through signed Proclamation No. 845, declaring the regular and special non-working holidays for the year.


 The Moriones is an annual lenten celebration that turned into a street festival in Marinduque. The “Moriones” are local folks in costumes with their iconic masks replicating the look of biblical Roman soldiers. ( Philippine Holidays )

Regular ( 2020 Philippine Holidays )

January, Wednesday – New Year’s Day

April 9, 2020, Thursday – Araw ng Kagitingan

April 9, 2020 – Maundy Thursday

April 10, 2020 – Good Friday

May 1, 2020, Friday – Labor Day

June 12, 2020, Friday – Independence Day

August 31, 2020, last Monday of August – National Heroes’ Day

November 30, 2020, Monday – Bonifacio Day

December 25, 2020, Friday – Christmas Day

December 30, 2020, Wednesday – Rizal Day


The  Bacolaodiat Festival in Bacolod City is a celebration of the Chinese New Year. The event features street dancing and other cultural presentations. ( Philippine Holidays )

Special Non-Working ( 2020 Philippine Holidays )

January 25, 2020, Saturday – Chinese New Year

February 25, 2020, Tuesday – EDSA Revolution Anniversary

April 11, 2020 – Black Saturday

August 21, 2020, Friday – Ninoy Aquino Day

November 1, 2020, Sunday – All Saints’ Day

December 8, 2020, Tuesday – Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary

December 31, 2020, Thursday – last day of the year

Additional Special Non-working Holidays

November 2, 2020, Monday

December 24, 2020, Thursday

Mt. Kitanglad Agro-Ecological Farm in Bukidnon

A place that you might want to visit is the Mt. Kitanglad Agro-Ecological Farm in Bukidnon. Its main attraction, Hobbit House is inspired by the movie, The Lord of the Rings. ( Philippine Holidays )

Things to Do  

Experience Philippine Festivals

The Philippines is a country of colorful festivals. Each Province, Cities, and Municipalities, and even Barangays have their fiestas. Check the list of Philippine Holidays if there are festivities that you can attend.

For more, visit our long list of PHILIPPINE FESTIVALS 

Boracay Island

Boracay Island is no doubt still one of the best beaches we have. With the recent development given to the place, it would be best to consider visiting the place. ( Philippine Holidays )

Enjoy Our Beautiful Beaches

As an archipelago, the Philippines will never run out of exciting shorelines to experience. Please visit some of our recommendations below. Each of these destinations comes with detailed travel guides to help you plan your trip.

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Indulge to the Philippine’s Best Cuisines

Each region has its own specialties. Take advantage of the holidays to visit various places and savor their offerings to your heart’s desire.

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Sinulom Falls. This waters is located in Cagayan de Oro. The place is not yet touristy so try to visit this attraction on your next vacation. ( Philippine Holidays )

Visit a Place Which You have Never Visited Before and Try To Experience Something New 

While it’s exciting to visit our popular tourist spots, the Philippines has more to offer. From the waterfalls, hiking destinations, or camping sites, you will surely have a great time visiting a new place for this year.

Here are some of our suggestions:

Jojo Vito Designs Gallery

Experience that Masskara vibe at Jojo Vito Designs Gallery, Bacolod City. The place has a wide collection of masks from the smallest magnet to the giant masks displayed in its garden. You can also do a “paint your own mask” activity together with your family and friends. The place is open from Monday to Saturday ( 9 am to 5 pm ). No entrance fees! Feels free to visit anytime. For big groups, field trips, etc. , you may call (034) 445-3421 | 0946-2791575 | email: vito.prints@yahoo.com.

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