China has seven legal holidays in a year, including New Year's Day, Chinese New Year (Spring Festival), Qingming Festival (Tomb-sweeping Day), May Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Day and National Day.
The table below provides a detailed list of 2023 public holidays in China. Hope it can help you make a good tour plan.
2023 China Public Holiday Calendar
Holiday Name 2023 Date 2023 Holiday
New Year's Day Jan. 1 Dec. 31, 2022 - Jan. 2, 2023
Chinese New Year Jan. 22 Jan. 21 - 27
Qingming Festival Apr. 5 Apr. 5
May Day May 1 Apr. 29 - May. 3
Dragon Boat Festival Jun. 22 Jun. 22 - 24
Mid-Autumn Day Sep. 29 Sep. 29 - Oct. 6, together with National Day holiday
National Day Oct. 1 Sep. 29 - Oct. 6, together with Mid-Autumn Day holiday
In addition to the above seven festivals, Chinese people celebrate four others on which some people have a half day off - Women's Day, Youth Day, Children's Day and Army Day.
Many other galas and anniversaries are celebrated even without days off, such as Arbor Day and Teachers' Day.
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