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Hong Kong Public Holidays 2016: How to maximize your time off for Travel

By: Flight Centre

We’ve always been lucky with public holidays in Hong Kong. But it’s even better this year. You can easily combine the public holidays with weekends, and take just a few days off work, and can enjoy a long break. Easter is the trump card. Take four days off and enjoy an 11-day trip by combing Easter and Ching Ming Festival. We’ve been lucky that a lot of public holidays fall on Fridays and Mondays this year, so start planning your getaways now. Flight Centre give us the low down on dates and how to get the most out of your time off:

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MARCH & APRIL | Easter & Ching Ming Festival

Travel Period: 25 March – 4 April

Take four day off work (29 March – 1 April) and get a total of 11-day holiday.

 

JUNE | Dragon Boat Festival

Travel Period: 9 – 12 June

Take one day off work (10 June) and get a total of 4-day holiday.

 

JULY | HKSAR Establishment Day

Date: 1 July (Friday)

 

SEPTEMBER | Mid Autumn Festival

Date: 16 September (Friday)

 

OCTOBER | Cheung Yeung Festival

Date: 10 October (Monday)

These public holidays fall on either Friday or Monday, which means you can have more weekend getaways!

 

DECEMBER & JANUARY | Christmas & New Year

Travel Period: 24 December – 1 January

Take three day off work (28 ­– 30 December) and get a total of 10-day holiday.

 

Want to make the most of the public holidays and jet off into Asia and beyond? Flight Centre have some amazing deals and promotions – all you’ve got to do is choose your destination! Call them on 2830 2899 or visit in one of their branches:

–       17 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central

–       Shop 8B 10 Sing Woo Road, Happy Valley

–       66-68 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai

–       Shop G-15 10 Siena Avenue, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island

 

Need more travel inspiration? Head on over to Travel page – we’ve been around!

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