Guide to Official Macau Holidays

Official Macau Holidays

Events & Festivals Date  
(Western) New Year’s Day Jan 1
Chinese New Year Celebrations Feb 14-16
Procession : Passion of Jesus Feb 20-21
Feast of the God Tou Tei Mar 17
Easter Holidays Apr 2-3
Ching Ming Festival Apr 5
Feast of Pak Tai Apr 16
21st Macau Arts Festival May 1-29
Labour Day May 1
A-Ma Festival May 6
Procession of Our Lady of Fátima May 13
International Museum Day May 18
Feast of Buddha (Feast of the Bathing of Lord Buddha), Feast of the Drunken Dragon, Tam Kong Festival May 21
10th Macau Lotus Flower Festival Jun 12-20
Macau International Dragon Boat Races Jun 12,13,16
Dragon Boat Festival (Tun Ng Festival) Jun 16
Feast of Na Tcha Jun 29
International Youth Dance Festival 2010 Jul 2-8
Feast of Kuan Tai Aug 4
FIVB World Grand Prix Aug 13-15
Feast of Maidens Aug 16
Feast of Hungry Ghosts Aug 23
Macau Golf Open Sep (Dates to be confirmed)
22nd Macau International Fireworks Display Contest Sep 11, 18, 22, 25 & Oct 1
Mid-Autumn Festival Sep 22
The Day Following Mid-Autumn Festival Sep 23
World Tourism Day Sep 27
National Day of the People’s Republic of China Oct 1
The Day Following National Day of the PRC Oct 2
24th Macau International Music Festival Oct 3 – Nov 7
Macau International Kart Grand Prix Oct 7-10
8th Macau A-Ma Cultural & Tourism Festival Oct 14-17
Festival of Ancestors (Chung Yeung Festival) Oct 16
15th Macau International Trade and Investment Fair (MIF) Oct 21-24
Lusofonia Festival 2010 Oct 22-29
All Souls Day Nov 2
Macau Food Festival Nov 12-28 (Tentative dates)
Macau Fringe 2010 Nov 12-28
57th Macau Grand Prix Nov 18-21
Macau International Marathon Dec 5
Feast of Immaculate Conception Dec 8
Macau Special Administrative Region Establishment Day Dec 20
Winter Solstice Dec 22
Christmas Holidays Dec 24-25