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Guest buriramboy

Thailand - Public holidays for 2009

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In Thailand there are many different regional festivals, but not all of those are official public holidays. The following is the official government list of dates for holidays in Thailand during 2009.

January

January 1 (Thursday) - New Year’s Day

January 2 (Friday) - Additional holiday granted by government

February

February 9 (Monday) – Makha Bucha Day

April

April 6 (Monday) – Chakri Day

April 13-15 (Monday-Wednesday) – Songkran Festival

May

May 1 (Friday) – National Labour Day

May 5 (Tuesday) – Coronation Day

May 8 (Friday) – Visakha Bucha Day

July

July 1 (Wednesday) – Mid-year Closing (Bank Holiday but not a public holiday)

July 7 (Tuesday) – Asahna Bucha Day

August

August 12 (Wednesday) – H.M. Queen’s Birthday

October

October 23 (Friday) – Chulalongkorn Day (Rama V Day)

December

December 7 (Monday) – Substitution day for H.M. King’s Birthday (which is on Saturday, December 5)

December 10 (Thursday) – Constitution Day

December 31 (Thursday) – New Year’s Eve

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Guest gazza54

The calendar gives the dates for Songkran as 13th/15th April but remember guys in Pattaya it will carry on untill Sunday 19th.

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Guest buriramboy
The calendar gives the dates for Songkran as 13th/15th April but remember guys in Pattaya it will carry on untill Sunday 19th.

Yeah but 13-15 are the only days banks, post offices etc. will be closed, normal service the rest of the week for them.:whistling:

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