Public Holidays in Thailand in 2014
Wednesday 1st January: New Year’s Day
Friday 14th February: Makha Bucha Day
Sunday 6th April: Chakri Day
Monday 7th April: Substitution for Chakri Day
Sunday 13th-Tuesday 15th April: Songkran Festival
Wednesday 16th April: Substitution for Songkran Festival
Thursday 1st May: National Labour Day
Monday 5th May: Coronation Day
Friday 9th May: Royal Ploughing Ceremony *
Tuesday 13th May: Wisakha Bucha Day
Tuesday 1st July: Mid Year Closing Day
Friday 11th July: Asanha Bucha Day
Saturday 12th July: Khao Phansa
Monday 14th July: Substitution for Khao Phansa
Tuesday 12th August: H.M. the Queen’s Birthday
Thursday 23rd October: Chulalongkorn Day
Friday 5th December: H.M. the King’s Birthday
Wednesday 10th December: Constitution Day
Wednesday 31st December: New Year’s Eve
* Only a holiday for civil servants and state enterprise workers
5 thoughts on “Public Holidays in Thailand in 2014”
Any idea on Immigration Office holidays at New Year ?
Visa extension is due on the 3rd of Jan.
Should re-open on 2nd January.
We throughly enjoy your website and have been to many places and events only found out on your website. We thank you very much as it is very difficult getting time frames in a country where the present is more important than the past or future.
So, do you know of any festivities in Bangkok for the king’s birthday on the 5th? I know he will stay down in Hu Hin but if you know of anything happening in Bangkok, please let me know.
I would like to ask, is December 27, 2013 the last school day for the year 2013? and then when will most school resume for the New year? 🙂
They will be back on 2nd January 2014.