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The next public holiday in Taiwan is

3rd June, FridayDragon Boat Festival

List of National and Regional Public Holidays of Taiwan in 2022

SaturdaySatJan 01, 2022Jan 01Republic Day
MondayMonJan 31, 2022Jan 31Chinese New Year's Eve
TuesdayTueFeb 01, 2022Feb 01Chinese New Year
WednesdayWedFeb 02, 2022Feb 02Chinese New Year Holiday
ThursdayThuFeb 03, 2022Feb 03Chinese New Year Holiday
FridayFriFeb 04, 2022Feb 04Chinese New Year Holiday
MondayMonFeb 28, 2022Feb 28Peace Memorial Day
MondayMonApr 04, 2022Apr 04Children's Day
TuesdayTueApr 05, 2022Apr 05Qing Ming Festival
SundaySunMay 01, 2022May 01Labour Day
FridayFriJun 03, 2022Jun 03Dragon Boat Festival
SaturdaySatSep 10, 2022Sep 10Mid-Autumn Festival
MondayMonOct 10, 2022Oct 10National Day

Public Holidays in Taiwan

Dragon Boat Festival

Dragon Boat Festival

Friday Jun 03, 2022

The upcoming Taiwan holiday Dragon Boat Festival is in 16 days from today.

Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival

Saturday Sep 10, 2022

The upcoming Taiwan holiday Mid-Autumn Festival is in 115 days from today.

National Day

National Day

Monday Oct 10, 2022

The upcoming Taiwan holiday National Day is in 145 days from today.

2022 Public Holidays Taiwan Service

The above is the list of 2022 public holidays declared in Taiwan which includes federal, regional government holidays and popular observances. We also provide Taiwan holiday calendar for 2022 in Word, Excel, PDF and printable online formats.

Taiwan has one of the highest numbers of holidays and observances in the world. Some of the holidays are official, whereas some are not. The government hold the power to regulate the holidays observed and declare an additional holiday or cancel if and when the need arises. Effective from 1st January 2017, the government reduced the number of public holidays from 19 to 12 days each year through an amendment to the Labor Standards Act that also implemented a five-day workweek plan passed by the Taiwan Legislative Assembly. During the most famous religious and national holidays, the nation's usual activities nearly come to a standstill as major businesses like banks and government offices remain closed as the people celebrate with great enthusiasm.

Taiwan uses both Western and Chinese Lunar calendars, which may lead to some holidays being marked on the same day. Others may shift from one year to the other. Holidays that fall on a Saturday are celebrated on the preceding day (Friday), while those that fall on a Sunday are observed on the following day (Monday). It is worth noting that some holidays in Taiwan may be regional, non-official, or limited to certain linguistic groupings or religions. Other holidays may be scheduled to begin at a time other than midnight. Therefore, it is a wise move to confirm the fixed schedules to avoid inconveniences and breaking of applicable laws.

According to the nation's labor laws, the decision as to whether employees work on national holidays and how payment for their services is calculated is guided by the employer-employee contract while relevant and immediate authorities handle any disagreements.