What are the holidays in Malaysia in 2016?
List of Holidays in Malaysia in 2016 Day Date Holiday Name Comments Friday Jan 01 New Year’s Day Most states Thursday Jan 14 Birthday of the Sultan of Negeri Sembila Negeri Sembilan only Sunday Jan 17 Birthday of the Sultan of Kedah Kedah only Sunday Jan 24 Thaipusam Several states
What was the weather like in Malaysia in 2016?
In addition, Malaysia also experienced a warm and humid climate in 2016 where the lowest temperature was recorded at Cameron Highland station (16.2ºC) while the highest temperature was recorded at Jerantut station (34.2ºC).
What is the average annual rainfall in Malaysia?
Malaysia is a country rich in water resources as it receives a high rainfall. In 2016, Kuching station recorded the highest annual rainfall of 5,423.0 mm with an increase of 877.5 mm as compared to 2015 (4,545.5 mm). Meanwhile, the lowest annual rainfall was recorded at Temerloh station with 1,397.8 mm in 2016 (2015: 1,193.2 mm).
When is the festival of lights in Malaysia?
Always celebrated on 26 April 2nd Sunday in May. Not a public holiday Johor only. To mark JDT’s FA Cup victory Kedah, Perlis only. Second day of Festival of Sacrifice The festival of lights. Except Sarawak Kelantan only. Second day Selangor only. Always celebrated on 11 December
When does a public holiday fall on another public holiday?
If a public holiday falls on a weekly rest day (Friday or Sunday as applicable), the following day shall be a public holiday, and if such following day is also a public holiday, the subsequent day shall be a public holiday. If a public holiday falls on another public holiday, the following day shall be substituted as a public holiday.
Where can I find the list of 2016 public holidays?
The list of public holidays for 2016 is available on the Ministry of Manpower’s website. With the availability of the 2015 Hindu Almanac, the Hindu Advisory Board (HAB) has confirmed that Deepavali will fall on 10 November 2015 (Tuesday), as previously announced.
Is Good Friday a holiday in Singapore?
The associated heavenly element (one of five) for the Chinese year coinciding mainly with Gregorian year 2016 is the Fire element in the Yang form. Good Friday is the day Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It is the Friday before Easter Day (Sunday) which is itself not gazetted as a holiday in Singapore.