Thai Holidays

In Thailand, there are a whole series of holidays we are interested once listed. Even in these days are like here except on land except a few shops and institutions closed.

The most important holidays in Thailand:

  • 1st January: New Year Festival
  • 21st February:-Makha Bucha Day (Buddhist state holiday)
  • 6th April: Chakri Day (founding of the Chakri Dynasty in the year 1782)
  • 13th - 15 April: Songkran (Thai New Year Festival)
  • 16th April: replacement holiday for Songkran Day (Sunday) 1st
  • May: Labor Day
  • 5th May: Coronation Day of King Bhumibol Adulyadej
  • 9th May: royal plowing ceremony on the square Sanam Luang in Bangkok (only authorities closed)
  • 19th May:-Visaka Bucha Day; holiest of all Buddhist holidays
  • 17th July: Asanha-Bucha Day, only religious holiday
  • 18th July: Buddhist Lent or Khao Pansa (Buddhist state holiday, the start of Lent)
  • 12th August: birthday of Queen Sirikit
  • 14th October: Ok Phansa (end of Buddhist Lent), only religious holiday
  • 23rd October: Chulalongkorn Day (death of King Chulalongkorn, Rama V)
  • 5th December: Birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej
  • 10th December: Constitution Day
  • 31st December: New Year's Eve
  • Other festivals, as neither the government nor as Buddhist holidays are:

    • 7th February: Chinese New Year (celebrated on February 5-7)
    • 12th January: Children's Day
    • 16th January: Teachers Day
    • 14th February: Valentine's Day 1st
    • July: Bank holiday (only banks have closed
    • 12th November: Loy Krathong
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