Holidays in Thailand

The Thai New Year is April 7-15. Typical of this celebration is water spraying for health and luck. If at that time you are in Thailand, you will also not be dry!

Chinese New Year is January 22-23 - days of festivals and fireworks.

Official Holidays:

New Year - January 1

Buddhist celebration "Magha Puja Day" - March 5. It is celebrated at full moon in the third lunar month. The culmination point of the feast is the sacred tour around the main church of every church in the country.

Chakri Day / Chakri dynasty / - April 6th. The memory of the discoverer of the chakra dynasty - King Rama I

Labor Day - May 1

Coronation Day - May 5th. The coronation of King Boombola Adoulaide (King Rama IX) is celebrated.

Royal Plowing Ceremony - May 7th. In the presence of the King or a member of the royal family, the beginning of the rice season is noted.

Buddhist Holiday uVisakha Puja Day - June 2. It celebrates at the full moon at the sixth lunar month, the birth, death, and enlightenment of the Buddha.

Buddhist celebration "Asalha Puja Day" - July 31st. The Buddha's first word / instructive character is noted.

Buddhist holiday "Khao Phansa" - 1 August. The beginning of the rainy season is noted.

Queen's Birthday or Mother's Day - August 12th. The birthday of the Queen 
Sirikit is celebrated.

Chulalongkorn Day - October 23. A feast dedicated to King Rama V.

King's Birthday and National Holiday - December 5th. The birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej is celebrated.

Constitutional Day - 10 December. The creation of the Thai Democratic Constitution is celebrated.

New Year's Eve - December 31st. Celebration for the coming New Year.

Queen Sirikit