Thailand Public Holidays 2019


Searching for the public holidays in Thailand? All public holidays in Thailand are treated like Sundays. This means that most of the Thailand employees have a day off and all schools are closed on these holidays. If you are planning a trip to Thailand and want to know what the national and regional holidays are, check the details in the tables below.

2019

1 January New Year’s Day (Songkran)
19 February Chinese New Year
6 April
13 April New Year’s Day (Songkran)
14 April New Year’s Day (Songkran)
15 April New Year’s Day (Songkran)
5 May
12 August Queen’s Day
23 October (Ramy V)
5 December
31 December
2020

1 January New Year’s Day (Songkran)
8 February Chinese New Year
6 April
13 April New Year’s Day (Songkran)
14 April New Year’s Day (Songkran)
15 April New Year’s Day (Songkran)
5 May
12 August Queen’s Day
23 October (Ramy V)
5 December
31 December
2021

1 January New Year’s Day (Songkran)
28 January Chinese New Year
6 April
13 April New Year’s Day (Songkran)
14 April New Year’s Day (Songkran)
15 April New Year’s Day (Songkran)
5 May
12 August Queen’s Day
23 October (Ramy V)
5 December
31 December