Holidays in Thailand


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 1st – Labor Day
  • May 4th – Coronation 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

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