2020 VIETNAM HOLIDAYS
The next public holiday in Vietnam is
2nd September, WednesdayIndependence Day
List of National and Regional Public Holidays of Vietnam in 2020
|WednesdayWed||Jan 01, 2020Jan 01||New Year's Day|
|FridayFri||Jan 24, 2020Jan 24||Vietnamese New Year Eve|
|SaturdaySat||Jan 25, 2020Jan 25||Vietnamese New Year|
|SundaySun||Jan 26, 2020Jan 26||Tet holiday|
|MondayMon||Jan 27, 2020Jan 27||Tet holiday|
|TuesdayTue||Jan 28, 2020Jan 28||Tet holiday|
|WednesdayWed||Jan 29, 2020Jan 29||Tet holiday|
|ThursdayThu||Apr 02, 2020Apr 02||Vietnamese Kings' Commemoration Day|
|ThursdayThu||Apr 30, 2020Apr 30||Liberation Day/Reunification Day|
|FridayFri||May 01, 2020May 01||International Labor Day|
|WednesdayWed||Sep 02, 2020Sep 02||Independence Day|
Public Holidays in Vietnam
Wednesday Sep 02, 2020
The upcoming Vietnam holiday Independence Day is in 62 days from today.
2020 Public Holidays Vietnam Service
The above is the list of 2020 public holidays declared in Vietnam which includes federal, regional government holidays and popular observances. We also provide Vietnam holiday calendar for 2020 in Word, Excel, PDF and printable online formats.
Vietnam has 17 public holidays in a year. The public holidays are regulated by the Ministry of Foreign affairs. Under Article 115 of this labor code; workers are to receive ten holidays in a year. The religious and historical event influences the public holidays in the country.
When a public holiday falls on a weekend, the staff is allowed to take the following day off. An employee from another country is entitled to get an extra day off to celebrate the national day for their respective country. According to the laws of the land, public holidays that occur on a Saturday or a Sunday, are automatically moved to the following Monday. This day will also be a paid day off. Workers who cannot take a day off due to the nature of their jobs are compensated and allowed to pick a day off the following week or get additional leave days if they so desired.
Business is high towards these public holiday celebrations as residents stock up with supplies. On the day of the public holiday, most of the shops are closed down only a few are left open on areas with high tourist’s accommodation. The transport is slow, but towards the evening there little to no movements in the streets as all people take the festivities to their houses. The public holidays take on a religious theme. The celebration could go for a day and at most five days. Throughout this time, the residents pray, feast and dance with colorful decoration honoring their respective Saints. The culture is vibrant and does not restrict any foreigners from participating in the celebrations.