How to Say “Happy Holidays” in 20 Different Languages!
It’s that most wonderful time of the year when we greet friends and family with glad wishes for a safe and happy holiday season. Since we started traveling, we’ve met friends from all over the world…from Fiji to Alaska to Tokyo to deep Down Under. So we thought it only appropriate to be able to wish each and every one of you a true “Happy Holidays” in your native language. Happy Holidays in different languages sound so beautiful when spoken. Here we go!
How to say “Happy Holidays!” in 20 different languages to share the joy of the season!
Spanish: Felices Fiestas!
French: Joyeuses Fêtes!
Dutch: Prettige Feestdagen!
Italian: Buone Feste!
Fijian: Vanuinui vinaka Me Nomuni!
Hawaiian: Hau’oli Lanui! (pronounced how-oh-lay la-new-ee – always fun to try out at holiday parties!)
Irish: Laethanta saoire sona!
Yiddish: A Freylekhn Yontev!
German: Frohe Feiertage!
Portuguese: Boas Festas!
Indonesian: Selamat Hari Raya!
Japanese: Tanoshii kurisumasu wo!
Maori: Meri Kirihimete!
Korean: 행복 휴일
Turkish: Mutlu Bayramlar!
Mandarin: Jie Ri Yu Kuai!
Thai: Sawadee Pee Mai!
South African: Ii holide eximnandi!
Southern USA: Happy Holidays, Ya’ll!
Australian: Happy Holidays, Mate!
At this magical time year, we all come together in love. Whatever language you speak, holidays you celebrate, or where ever your travels may take you – we would like wish you all a safe and beautiful holiday season! Learning how to say Happy Holidays in different languages is a fun way to make the world a little bit closer. HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!!
Favorite Places to Spend Christmas Holidays
We asked a few friends what their favorite places to spend the Christmas holidays might be and here’s what they offered. From the magical lights of Tokyo to the Christmas Markets of Germany, you’ll be sure to find something special here!
A White Christmas in Switzerland
Spending Christmas in Switzerland
And in case you just can’t decide…here are 22 Christmas destinations guaranteed to make your holidays spectacular!
Happiest of Holidays!!
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Joyeuses Fêtes then!:)
The Hawaiian one sounds so pretty but all words in Hawaiian are pretty… Feliz Año!
The German one is misspelled. It is: Frohe Feiertage not German: Forhe Feiertage!
Thanks for sharing this beautiful information. One can easily communicate with this exciting language with different place. Plan a tour for visit and communicate with the other people.
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