Days You Should Take Your Annual Leave in 2021 to Turn 4 Long Weekends to 9 Long Weekends

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The dates of 2021 have been released and Covid-19 or not, there’s only one thing we care about:

How many long weekends do we get “for free”?

And by free, I mean without using your precious annual leave.

By the way, the answer is four.

Too little?

What if I tell you that you can get nine long weekends using just 5 days of leave?

Holidays

Alright, let’s take a look at when the public holidays are, and how we can plan our annual leave to stretch the holidays into long weekends. (Original three-day weekends where you don’t have to take any leave will be marked with an asterisk (*).)

Of course, this is assuming that you have a five-day workweek.

New Year’s Day (1 January 2021, Friday)*

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You get Friday, Saturday, and Sunday off, but if you take an additional day of leave either on 31 December or on 4 January, you will get a four-day weekend.

Chinese New Year (12 & 13 February 2021, Friday & Saturday)*

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You get Friday, Saturday, and Sunday off, and that’s already a long weekend, but if you still want to go visiting, you can always take 11 or 15 February off!

Good Friday (2 April 2021, Friday)*

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You get Friday, Saturday, and Sunday off. Likewise, take 1 or 5 April off and you’ll have a longer holiday.

Labour Day (1 May 2021, Saturday) + Hari Raya Puasa (13 May 2021, Thursday)

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Labour Day falls on a Saturday next year, so if you want a three-day weekend, you can simply take 30 April or 3 May off!


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Take 14 May off and you’ll have a long weekend from 13 to 16 May to do your visiting!

Hari Raya Haji (20 July 2021, Tuesday)

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Take 19 July off and you’ll have a long weekend from 17 to 20 July.

National Day (9 August 2021, Monday)*

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You get Saturday, Sunday, and Monday off. You can opt to take 6 or 10 August off to have a four-day weekend.

Deepavali (4 November 2021, Thursday)

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Take 5 November off and you’ll get to enjoy a long weekend from 4 to 7 November!

Christmas Day (25 December 2021, Saturday)

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Take 24 or 27 December off and you’ll get to feast more on all the good food, or even just have more time to spend with your loved ones.


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So there you have it, nine long weekends instead of just four.

You’re most welcome.

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