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Holiday Calendar for Thailand

Holiday Calendar for Thailand for 2024-2025 year
Thailand observes national holidays, both traditional and historical, and the three most important Buddhist holidays in the country: Makha Bucha Day, Visakha Bucha Day and Asahna Bucha Day. Some other observances, both official and non-official, local and international, are observed to varying degrees throughout the country. Find below the list of upcoming holidays and observances in Thailand. Help us Help us 

Thailand Holiday Calendar for 2024-2025 year

April 2024

May 2024

Monday 20 May - Wan Phra Ratcha Phithi Phuetcha Monkhon Lae Charot Phra Nangkhan Raek Na Khwan or Farmer's Day in Thailand (Each year's date is astrologically determined and announced by the Bureau of the Royal Household)

June 2024

July 2024

Saturday 20 July - Beginning of Vassa (First waning moon, 8th Thai lunar month)

August 2024

Monday 12 August - HM the Queen's Birthday and National Mother's Day in Thailand; World Elephant Day (Conceived in 2011 by Canadian filmmakers Patricia Sims and Michael Clark of Canazwest Pictures, and Sivaporn Dardarananda, Secretary-General of the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation in Thailand, it was officially founded, supported and launched by Patricia Sims and the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation on August 12, 2012)

September 2024

Wednesday 4 September - Royal Thai Navy Submarine Memorial Day (Thai: วันเรือดำน้ำไทย)

October 2024

Tuesday 1 October - King Rama IV Memorial Day in Thailand; Vegetarian Festival in Thailand (Date for 2024. 1st–9th days, 9th Chinese lunar month)

November 2024

Friday 15 November - Loy Krathong (Full moon, 12th Thai lunar month)

December 2024

January 2025

Saturday 11 January - Children's Day or Wan Dek Haeng Chat in Thailand (It is celebrated on the second Saturday of January)
Monday 13 January - National Aviation Day in Thailand (วันการบินแห่งชาติ or Wan Kanbin Haeng Chat)

February 2025

Wednesday 12 February - Magha Puja (Full moon, 3rd Thai lunar month)

March 2025

Wednesday 5 March - National Journalist's Day in Thailand (วันนักข่าว or Wan Nakkhao)

April 2025

Sunday 6 April - Chakri Day in Thailand (commemorating the establishment of the Chakri dynasty)
Thursday 10 April - National Rubber Day in Thailand (วันยางพาราแห่งชาติ - Adopted 21 December 2004)
Sunday 13 April - Songkran in Thailand, Laos, and Nepal (Thai New Year, a New Year festival celebrated April 13-15); Thai New Year or Songkran in Thailand

About some Thai traditions

Public holidays in Thailand are regulated by the government, and most are observed by both the public and private sectors. There are usually nineteen public holidays in a year, but more may be declared by the cabinet.
If a holiday falls on a weekend, one following workday is observed by the government as a compensatory holiday.
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