Taiwan, beautiful state in the East Asia is known all over the world for its beauty. Most of the holidays in Taiwan are based on the festivals in China. While all the holidays are related to the Chinese Traditional festivals, there is one holiday which it non related to it. It’s Taiwan Republic holiday and it’s coincidentally announced on the first day of new year.

Here in this post, I have made the list of public holidays that will be there in the upcoming year 2013 in Taiwan. This post will give you view of dates on which holidays are to be announced in 2013. The list is built after gathering the data from many sources. We have double checked the sources and all data is correct, still there may be sudden change in the holidays schedule. Therefore we can’t guarantee of this list to be 100 percent accurate.

So let’s have a look at the Public Holidays In Taiwan in 2013.

2013 Public Holidays in Taiwan (Republic of China)

Below is the list of holidays in 2013 in Taiwan.

  • Taiwan Republic Day / Founding Day / New Year Day

On the very first day of new year in 1912, the republic of China was founded. To commemorate the same, every year first day is announced as holiday. Date for this holiday is 1 January 2013 and day is Tuesday.

Sunday 9 February 2013.

According to Chinese Lunar Calendar, this is announced on the 1st to 3rd day of first Lunar month. This is announced from 10 to 13 February 2013.

To commemorate the anti government move that was taken place in 1947. 28 February 2013

  • The Combined Holidays Between Woman Day and Children Day

To increase the low birth rate in Taiwan this day is celebrated from the year 2011. 4 April 2013.

  • Qingming Festival (Tomb Sweeping Day)

Wednesday 5 April 2013.

  • Dragon Boat Festival / Dragon Festival / Dumping Festival

The date for this holiday is 12 June 2013 and day is Wednesday.

  • Mid-Autumn Festival / Moon Festival / Mooncake Festival / Lantern Festival

This day is announced as holiday to celebrate the popular harvest festival, which is mostly famous in all residents of China and people from Chinese origin.

  • National Celebration Day / Double Tenth Day

Thursday, 10 October 2013.

So it was the list of holidays in 2013 in Taiwan. People in Taiwan enjoy the life and live happily. When it comes to holidays, they enjoy them with full enthusiasm. You will be glad to see their excitement for holidays and way of their celebration. I hope this list will keep you aware from the holidays in the upcoming year 2013 in Taiwan.

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