Thailand’s annual holiday, most civil servants will stop working. But for private companies may not have stopped working according to the holidays below.

If the holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday There will be an additional break for the next day.

Example:- Chinese people in Thailand Most will stop working for many days during Chinese New Year. But may work during Songkran Day

  • January 1st – New Year
  • January 25th – Chinese New Year
  • February 10th – Makha Bucha Day
  • April 6th – Chakri Day
  • April 13th – 15th – Songkarn Day
  • May 6th – Visakha Bucha Day
  • May 21st – Royal Ploughing Ceremony
  • July 5th – Asahna Bucha Day
  • July 28th – King Birthday
  • August 12th – Her Majesty The Queen’s Birthday
  • October 13th – Passing of His Majesty the Late King
  • October 23rd – Chulalongkorn Memorial Day
  • October 10th – Constitution Day
  • December 25th – Christmas Day
  • Decebmer 31st – New Year Eve

Holidays in Thailand
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