Holidays in January
1st - New Year's Day
The people of Thailand celebrate the solar and Gregorian year with great enthusiasm.
Holidays in February
25th - Magha Puja Day
It is a religious holiday and people from Buddhist religion visit different temples and offer prayers. It is a very important day in Thailand.
Holidays in April
6th - Chakri Memorial Day
This day commemorates the establishment of the great Chakri Dynasty by King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke in 1782.
8th - Substitution Chakri Memorial Day
Some people believe that the day King Buddha laid the foundation of the Chakri Dynasty was 8th April not 6th April and they celebrate the day on this date.
13-16th - Songkran Festival
It is the traditional Thai year and is also the prime holiday of the year in Thailand.
Holidays in May
1st - National Labour Day
It is the Labour Day across the word and Thai people celebrate this day with great enthusiasm. It is a public holiday in Thailand.
5th - Coronation Day
This holiday is celebrated to commemorate the coronation of King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
6th - Substitution for Coronation Day
Some parts of Thailand commemorate the coronation of King Bhumibol Adulyadej on 6th May instead of 5th May.
13th - Royal Ploughing Ceremony Day
This holiday is to recognize the great work of country’s farmers and give them official blessing. The day is also known as the Farmer’s Day.
24th - Visakha Bucha Day
The day is observed to commemorate the birth of the Buddha and his enlightening. The day is also known as National Tree Day.
Holidays in July
22nd - Asalha Puja Day
The holiday is to commemorate the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta.
23rd - Khao Phansa Day
Buddhist observe marking the beginning of Vassa.
Holidays in August
12th - Her Majesty The Queen's Birthday
Also known as the mother day, the holiday commemorates the birthday of Queen Sirikit, 1932.
Holidays in October
23rd - Chulalongkorn Memorial Day
The Thai people commemorates the passing of King Chulalongkorn, 1910.
Holidays in December
5th -His Majesty The King's Birthday
The day is also observed as the National Father’s Day and Thai people commemorate the birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, 1927.
10th - Constitution Day
This day is observed to celebrate and commemorate the promulgation of the first permanent constitution of the country in 1932.
31st - New Year's Eve
It is the final day of the Gregorian year and is observed with great enthusiasm across the country.