Malaysia Public Holidays 2015
Cuti Umum & Cuti Sekolah 2015

Malaysia Public Holidays are something you have to take into account when planning a holiday in Malaysia. We have probably one of the highest number of state and national holidays in the world ;). Below is the Malaysia Calendar for Malaysia Public Holiday 2012.

Note that for the states of Kedah, Kelantan and Trengganu, weekends means Fridays and Saturdays instead of Saturdays and Sundays for the rests of the states. Also note that if a public holiday falls on a Sunday (Saturday for Kedah, Kelantan and Trengganu), then the following day, Monday (Sunday for the 3 Muslim states), is also a holiday.



Click here for the schedule of Malaysia & Singapore school holidays below.

Malaysian State & National Holidays 2015

1 January
New Year All states except Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Perlis & Trengganu
TBA Yang di-Pertuan Besar
Negeri Sembilan's Birthday
Negeri Sembilan only
TBA Sultan of Kedah's Birthday Kedah only
TBA Thaipusam Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Johor, Negeri Sembilan, Perak, Penang & Selangor only
1 February
Federal Territory Day Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Labuan & Putrajaya only
19 February
Chinese New Year Nationwide
20 February
Chinese New Year (2nd Day) All states except Kelantan and Trengganu
TBA Anniversary of Installation
of Sultan of Trengganu
Trengganu only
TBA Declaration of Malacca as
a Historical City
Malacca only
TBA Sultan of Perak's Birthday Perak only
TBA Good Friday Sabah & Sarawak only
1 May
Labour Day Nationwide
TBA Hari Hol Pahang Pahang only
TBA Wesak Day Nationwide
TBA Raja Perlis' Birthday Perlis only
30- 31 May
Fri & Sat
Harvest Festival
Pesta Kaamatan Sabah
Sabah & Labuan only
1 - 2 June
Sun & Mon
Sarawak Harvest Festival
Hari Gawai Sarawak
Sarawak only
6 June
Malaysian King's Birthday
Harijadi Agong
TBA Israk & Mikraj Kedah, Negeri Sembilan & Perlis only
7 July
Georgetown Heritage Day Penang - but not a 'paid holiday' for private sectors employees.
TBA Penang Governor's Birthday Penang only
TBA Sultan of Trengganu's Birthday Trengganu only
TBA Awal Ramadan Johor, Kedah & Malacca only
TBA Nuzul Al-Quran Kelantan, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Penang, Selangor & Trengganu only
18 & 19 July
Sat & Sun
Hari Raya Puasa * Nationwide
31 August
National Independence Day
Sarawak Governor's Birthday Sarawak Only
16 September
Malaysia Day &
Sabah Governor's Birthday
TBA Malacca Governor's Birthday Malacca only
TBA Sultan of Pahang's Birthday Pahang only
24 September
Hari Raya Haji *
Hari Raya Qurban
25 September
Hari Raya Haji (2nd Day) *
Hari Raya Qurban
Kedah, Kelantan, Perlis & Trengganu Only
15 October
Awal Muharram
(Maal Hijrah)
11 November
Sultan of Kelantan's Birthday Kelantan only
TBC Deepavali or Diwali Nationwide except Sarawak
TBA Sultan of Selangor's Birthday Selangor only
24 December
Prophet Muhammad's Birthday
(Maulidur Rasul)
25 December
Christmas Nationwide

* Subject to change - depending on the sighting of the new moon


Malaysia & Singapore Holidays 2015
Cuti Sekolah Malaysia & Singapura 2015
The official school term (takwim cuti sekolah Malaysia rasmi) is as follows:
1st Term Holidays
TBA Mid-Term Holiday
TBA Mid-Year Holiday
Singapore Mid-Year Holiday
2nd Term Holidays
TBA Mid-Term Holiday
TBA Year End Holiday


Malaysia and Singapore school holidays usually occur simultaneously except for the Mid-Year holiday. In Singapore it is for one month, whereas in Malaysia it is only for 2 weeks. There are approximately a total of 78 days of school holiday and 210 school days for Malaysian schools in 2015.

Official school holidays for 2015 will be announced around September 2014.

Please note that the dates shown here are based on my own estimations and not based on any officially published calendar. Would greatly appreciate if you will report any inaccuracies by clicking the Contact button below. Other readers will also thank you for it.

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