Sarawak Government Almanac 2020

The Sarawak Government Almanac 2020 is now in circulation.  As usual, support your local bookstores and buy a copy if you are using it often.

wdt_IDEnglishMuslimChineseEventsMoon PhasesSun RiseSun SetKuching High Water 1Kuching High Water 2Miri High Water 1Miri High Water 2
101/01/202057NEW YEAR06:40 AM06:43 PM07:50 AM09:25 PM01:09 AM10:14 AM
202/01/20206806:41 AM06:43 PM08:42 AM10:04 PM01:26 AM10:33 AM
303/01/202079FIRST QUARTER - 3rd, 12:46 hrs.06:41 AM06:43 PM09:44 AM10:46 PM01:15 AM09:14 PM
404/01/202081006:42 AM06:44 PM10:57 AM11:30 PM11:12 AM08:35 PM
505/01/202091106:42 AM06:44 PM12:13 PM11:26 AM08:26 PM
606/01/2020101206:43 AM06:45 PM12:17 AM01:25 PM05:20 AM08:29 PM
707/01/20201113FULL MOON - 11th, 03:22 hrs.06:43 AM06:45 PM01:05 AM02:28 PM05:08 AM08:40 PM
808/01/2020121406:44 AM06:46 PM01:52 AM03:23 PM05:29 AM09:01 PM
909/01/20201315King Tide 16:13 hrs. (5.5m)06:44 AM06:46 PM02:37 AM04:13 PM06:00 AM09:30 PM
1010/01/20201416King Tide 17:00 hrs. (5.8m)06:44 AM06:47 PM03:21 AM05:00 PM06:37 AM10:07 PM
EnglishMuslimChineseEventsMoon PhasesSun RiseSun SetKuching High Water 1Kuching High Water 2Miri High Water 1Miri High Water 2

2 thoughts on “Sarawak Government Almanac 2020”

  1. Is 23/5/2020 really 1st day of 5th month according to the lunar chinese calendar ? Check it out properly. One mistake can lead to the wrong dates for chinese festivals after 23/5/2020. ( THERE IS A LEAP 4TH MONTH IN YEAR 2020 ACCORDING TO CHINESE CALENDAR )

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    • Thanks for spotting the leap month for the 4th moon in the Lunar Calendar. Have easily corrected the corresponding months in the table – but it won’t be easy for the publishers to correct the published Almanac though.

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