We’re about one quarter into 2019, so if you haven’t planned your leave days yet, it’s best to get cracking. But you don’t want to waste your precious 14 or 21 days leave frivolously, so we’ve come up with a master plan to help you leverage on every public holiday you get and combine them with your leave to create the ultimate holiday.
Here’s a handy summary of the possible long weekend plans you can create in 2019, at a glance:
|Type Of Trip||Leave Duration||Leave Period||Take Leave On|
|Short trip||4 days||19 to 22 April (Good Friday)||22 April|
|Short trip||4 days||18 to 21 May (Veask Day)||21 May|
|Medium trip||6 days||1 to 7 May (Labour Day)||2, 3 May and 6 May|
|Medium-long trip||8 days||5 to 12 June (Hari Raya Puasa)||6, 7 June and 10 to 12 June|
|Long trip||10 days||7 to 16 August (National Day, Hari Raya Haji)||7, 8, 12 to 16 August|
|Ultimate long trip||12 days||21 December to 1 January 2020 (Christmas Day, New Year Day)||23, 24, 26, 27, 30, 31 December|
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Now the next question is, where to go? Regardless whether you are a short-trip, medium-trip or long-trip person, we have just the right travel ideas for you. The only regret you will ever feel is to not have done the trip earlier. Read on!