So President Noynoy just declared next year:
- New Years Day (Jan. 1, Thursday)
- Maundy Thursday (April 2)
- Good Friday (April 3)
- Araw ng Kagitingan (April 9, Thursday)
- Labor Day (May 1, Friday)
- Independence Day (June 12, Friday)
- National Heroes Day (Aug. 31, last Monday of August)
- Bonifacio Day (Nov. 30, Monday)
- Christmas Day (Dec. 25, Friday)
- Rizal Day (Dec. 30, Wednesday)
Special non-working days:
- Chinese New Year (Feb. 19,. Thursday)
- Black Saturday (April 4)
- Ninoy Aquino Day (Aug. 21, Friday)
- All Saints’ Day (Nov. 1, Sunday)
- Additional special (non-working) days (Jan.2, Friday, and Dec. 24, Thursday)
- Last Day of the Year (Dec. 31, Thursday)
February 25 next year, a Wednesday, has been declared a special holiday for all schools to commemorate the EDSA Revolution anniversary.
So what’s your plan next year with these holidays?
What about going to this white sand beach?
I bet you’re thinking this is Boracay?
Nope, you’re wrong.
What about this?
Why don’t you ride a boat?
Might as well enjoy the scenic view of the sunset.
Do you give up? Okay, these places are all located in Lapu-Lapu, Cebu, specifically in the islands of Caohagan and Olango.
Watch the sunset in Tungasan Boardwalk in Olango Island:
It’s a perfect place to bring your date:
Sunset in Caohagan Island:
Enjoy an exciting banana boat ride with your friends in any of Lapu-Lapu’s resorts:
Free yourself with the city’s white sand beaches:
Tired of beaches? Why don’t you take an epic selfie with the first Filipino hero?
You can also visit some souvenir shops near the Mactan Shrine:
Or play golf in any of Lapu-Lapu’s golf courses:
Not your usual hotel room in Caohagan Island:
Tired of driving? Try biking.
When the night comes, it’s not the city lights you’ll see:
Make sure to plan ahead your vacation, even if next year is still far away.
Anyway, have this sign with you!