Taiwan Public Holidays
Taiwan Public Holidays include just 10 official days off, but many other are unofficial celebration. Public holiday include a wide range of primarily Chinese holidays, like the Lunar New Year. Most Tawan Public Holidays follow the Chinese calendar and change dates from year to year.
National Taiwan public holidays
National public holidays include the three days of the Chinese New Year, the Spring Festival, 228 Peace Memorial Day, a combination of Women’s and Children’s Day, Quigming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day. These holidays are the main public holidays in Taiwan.
Taiwan also commemorates many other holidays unofficially. They include Teacher’s Day Overseas Day, Armed Forces Day, Sun Yat-sen’s Birthday, Dongzhi Festival, and Constitution Day. About a dozen other holidays, like the Lantern Festival, Tourism Day and Cheng Huang’s Birthday, follow the lunar calendar.
Here is a list of Taiwanese Public Holidays 2013 Calendar
Republic Day/New Year Day
Chinese New Year Eve
Chinese New Year Day
Chinese New Year Holiday
Peace Memorial Day
Tomb Sweeping Day
Tomb Sweeping Day Holiday
Dragon Boat Festival
Armed Forces Day
Moon Festival (Mid Autumn)
Moon Festival Holiday
National Day (Double Tenth)
Disclaimer: Please note that due to last minute change in public holidays, we can not and will not be held responsible for any error or change in the above Taiwan 2013 public holidays calendar. In-order to confirm the above calendar, we advise you to find and contact the Embassy or consulate of Taiwan.
Wish you a happy and pleasant Taiwanese holidays 2013