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Each year, China has 7 public holidays enjoyed by all citizens: New Year's Day is one of the public holidays in China and people usually have 3 days off. The Spring Festival is Date for monday in Shanghai most important festival and holiday. People enjoy a week's holiday for family reunions, and many traditions and activities are pursued during that time. In terms of travel, Chinese New Year is one of the low seasons for tourism, yet it's one of the best times for experiencing Chinese culture.

Chinese people have a 3-day holiday. This is another peak time for travel during the year. Chinese people enjoy 3 days off during the Dragon Boat Festival. The Mid-Autumn Festival is the second most important festival in China. Chinese people have a 3-day holiday for the Mid-Autumn Festival. Sometimes, when the date is close to the weekend, people can have more days off. Chinese people have a week off in early October each year.

This is also a peak period for tourism Date for monday in Shanghai many people use Date for monday in Shanghai holiday to travel with their families. The summer holidays for most Chinese students run from early July to late August.

Many families plan a long journey for a relaxing family tour during the summer holidays. People are focused on Chinese New Year and family time.

Besides these holidays, there Date for monday in Shanghai four other holidays for particular ethnic citizens and regional residents. The Double Third Festival third day of the third month of the Chinese lunar calendar: It's a traditional festival for many minorities in China.

People in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region have 3 days off. The Sisters' Meal Festival 15 th day of the third month in the lunar calendar: The Miao New Year Festival: The dates Date for monday in Shanghai fall on the period from the ninth to the 11th month of the Chinese lunar calendar, and it usually lasts for 5 to 15 days.

The Water-Sprinkling Festival April 13— The Water-Sprinkling Festival is a traditional festival of the Dai minority. It falls during the No membership free hookups Year period of the Dai calendar. What's more, there are many tourism festivals administered by regional governments. It was first celebrated in and is now the largest ice and snow festival in the world. Tourist attractions, hotels, and transportation are at their most crowded during public holidays.

Government offices and banks are shut but they will usually have some staff on duty. Businesses will keep running during the holidays. Most large malls, tourist attractions, public transport, hotels, and restaurants will open as usual, or even stay open longer. However, during Chinese New Year, most establishments close for up to a week, except for those which are in the service industry, such as hotels and large restaurants.

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