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Public Holidays Thailand


Don Chedi Monument Fair
Held at the Don Chedi memorial in Suphanburi Province, this event commemorates the victory of King Nuesuan of Ayuthaya over Burmese invaders in 1592. The highlight of the fair is dramatised elephant-back duelling.

New Year's Day
A rather recent public holiday in deference to the western calendar.

That Phanom Festival
An annual week-long homage to the North- East's most sacred Buddhist stupa (Wat Phra That Phanom) in Nakhon Phanom Province. Pilgrims from all over the country, as well as from Laos, attend.


Chinese New Year
Called trut jiin in Thai, Chinese populations all over Thailand celebrate their lunar new year (the date shifts from. year to year) with a week of house-cleaning, lion dances and fireworks. The most impressive festivities take place in the Chinese-dominated province capital of Nakhon Sawan.

Chiang Mai Flower Festival
Colourful floats and parades exhibit Chiang Mai's cultivated flora.

Magha Puja
(Makkha Buchaa) Held on the full moon of the third lunar in the to commemorate the preaching of the Buddha to 1250 enlightened monks who came to hear him 'without prior summons'. A public holiday throughout the country, it culminates with a candle-lit walk around the nudn chapel at every wat.

Phra Nakhon Khiri Diamond Festival
This is a week-long celebration of Phetchaburi's history and architecture focused on Phra Nakhon Kbiri Historical Park (also known as Khao Wang), a hill topped by a former royal palace overlooking the city. It features a sound- and-light show on Khao Wang; the temples are festooned with lights and presentations of Thai classical dance-drama.


ASEAN Barred Ground Dove Fair
This is a large dove-singing contest held 1St week of March in Yala that attracts dove- lovers from all over Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

Bangkok International Jewellery Fair
Held in several large Bangkok hotels, this is Thailand's most important annual gem and jewellery trade show. It runs concurrently with the Department of Export Promotion's Gems & Jewellery Fair.

Phanom Rung Festival
A newly established festival to commemorate restoration work in the Phanom Rung Estorical Park, an impressive Angkor-style temple complex in Buffiain Province. It involves a daytime Procession up Phanom Rung Hill and spectacular sound-and-light shows at night. It takes place on the last week of the month - be prepared for very hot weather.

Phra Phutthabaat Festival
Annual Pilgrimage to Wat Phra Phutthabaat (Temple of the Holy Footprint) at Saraburi, 236km north-cast of Bangkok. It's quite an affair, with music, outdoor drama and many other festivities. if you're in the area, the shrine is worth visiting at any tinny during the year, even in the 'off season'.


The 6th Chakri Day
This is a public holiday commemorating the founder of the Chakri Dynasty, Rama 1. It's held on 6 April.

13th - 15th Songkhran Festival The New Year's celebration of the lunar year in Thailand. The Buddha images am 'bathed', monks and elders receive the respect of younger Thais by the sprinkling of water over their hands, and a lot of water is generously tossed about for fun. Songkhran generally gives everyone a chance to release their frustrations and literally cool off during the peak of the hot season. Hide out in your room or expect to be soaked; the latter is a lot more fun. Held 13 to 15 April.


Coronation Day Public holiday, 5 May. The king and queen preside at a ceremony at Wat Phra Kaew, commemorating their 1950 coronation.

Visakha Puja (Wisakha Buchaa) A public holiday that falls on the 15th day of the waxing moon in the sixth lunar month. This is considered the date of the Buddha's birth, enlightenment and parinibbana, or pass- ing away. Activities are centred around the wat, with candle-lit processions, much chanting and sermonizing.


Royal Ploughing Ceremony
To kick off the official rice-planting season, the king participates in this ancient Brahman ritual at Sanam Luang (the large field across from Wat Phra Kaew) in Bangkok. Thousands of Thais gather to watch, and traffic in this part of the city comes to a standstill.

Bun Prawet Festival
One of the wildest in Thailand, an animist- Buddhist celebration held in Loci's Dan Sai district (nowadays also in other places around Loei Province) in which revellers dress in garish 'spirit' costumes, wear painted masks and brandish carved wooden phalli. The festival commemorates a Buddhist legend in which a host of spirits (phii) appeared to greet the Buddha-to-be upon his return to his home town, during his penultimate birth.

Rocket Festival
In the North-East, villagers craft large sky- rockets of bamboo that they then fire into the sky to bring rain for rice fields. This festival is best celebrated in the town of Yasothon. but is also good in Ubon Ratchathani and Nong Khai. It's known in Thai as Bun Bang Fai.


Asalha Puja
(Asanhaa Buchaa) Conunemorates the first sermon preached by the Buddha.

Candle Festival
Khao Phansaa is celebrated in the North-East by carving huge candies and parading them on floats in the streets. This festival is best celebrated in Ubon Ratchathani.

Khao Phansaa
A public holiday and the beginning of Buddhist 'lent', this is the traditional time of year for young men to enter-the monkbood for the rainy season and for all monks to station themselves in a monastery for the three months. It's a good time to observe a Buddhist ordination.


Queen's Birthday
Public holiday. In Bangkok, Th Ratchadamnoen Klang and the Grand Palace are festooned with coloured lights. Celebrated on 12 August.


Thailand International Swan-Boat Races
These take place on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok near the Rama IX Bridge.

Narathiwat Fair
An annual week-long festival celebrating local culture in Narathiwat Province with boat races, dove-singing contests, handicraft displays, traditional Southern Thai music and dance. The king and queen almost always attend.


Vegetarian Festival
A nine day celebration in Trang and Phuket during which devout Chinese Buddhists cat only vegetarian food. There are various cere- monies at Chinese temples and inter-making processions that bring to mind ffindu Thai- pusam in its exhibition of self-nior6fication. Smaller towns in the South such as Krabi and Phang-Nga also celebrate the veggic fest on a smaller scale.

Chulalongkorn Day
A public holiday in commemoration of King Chulalongkom (Rania V). Held on 23 October.

Thawt Kathin
A month at the end of the Buddhist lent during which new monastic robes and requisites are offered to the Sangha. In Nan Province long- boat races are held on the Nan River.


Loi Krathong

On the proper full-moon night, small lotus- shaped baskets or boats made of banana leaves containing flowers, incense, candles and a coin are floated on Thai rivers, lakes and canals. This is a peculiarly Thai festival that probably originated in Sukhothai and is best celebrated in the North. In Chiang Mai, where the festival is called Yi Peng, residents also launch hot-air paper balloons into the sky. At the Sukhothai lfistorical Park there is an impressive sound-and-light show.

Surin Annual Elephant Roundup
Held in the third weekend in November, Thailand's biggest elephant show is pretty tourist these days. If you have ever had the desire to see a lot of elephants in one place, then here's your chance.


River Khwae Bridge Week
Sound-and-light shows every night at the Death Railway Bridge in Kanchanaburi. It in- cludes historical exhibitions and vintage train rides on the infamous railway.

Constitution Day
10 December - public holiday.

King's Birthday
This is a public holiday that is celebrated with some fervor in Bangkok. As with the queen's birthday, it features lots of lights and other decorations along Th Ratchadamnoen Klang. Some people erect temporary shrines to the king outside their homes or businesses. Celebrated on 5 December.


Destinations in Thailand


Hotels in Chiang Mai

Airport Resident
Amora Tapae Hotel
Angkhang Nature Resort
Aomdoi Resort
Arun Tara Hotel
Assaradevi Villa and Spa
At Niman
At Pingnakorn Hotel
Away Suwansawan Maerim
Ayatana Hamlet and Spa
B2 Premier Chiangmai Resort & Spa
Baan Canna Country Resortl
Baan Deva Montra Boutique Resort
Baan Gong Kham
Baan Saen Doi Resort & Spa
Baan Sing Kham
Ban Sabai Village Resort & Spa
Bann Tazala Boutique Hotel
Banthai Village
Belle Villa Resort
Bodhi Serene
Bossotel Inn
Botanic Resort
BP Chiang Mai City Hotel
Bulun Buri Resort
Buri Gallery House
C H Hotel
Centara Duangtawan Hotel
Chateau Chiangmai Hotel
Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel
Chiang Mai Plaza Hotel
Chiangmai Garden Hotel & Resort
Chiangmai Gate Hotel
Chiangmai Grandview Hotel
Chiangmai Hills 2000 Hotel
Chiangmai Phucome Hotel
Chiangmai Ratanakosin Hotel
Chiangmai Suandok Kaew Hotel
De Naga
Doi Kham Resort
Down Town Inn
Dreamcatchers Bed & Breakfast
DusitD2 Hotel Chiang Mai
Empress Hotel
Eurana Boutique Hotel
Fern Paradise
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
Fondcome Village Resort
Golden Cupids Hotel
Green Lake Resort
Hmong Hilltribe Lodge
Holiday Garden Hotel
Holiday Inn
Horizon Village
HUB53 Chiang Mai House
Imm Hotel Thaphae Chiang Mai
Imperial Chiang Mai Sports Clubs
Imperial Mae Ping Hotel
INSDA Luxery Private House
Jasmine Hills Lodge
Jirung Health Resort
Kantary Hills
Kaomai Lanna Resort
Khocha Sri Thani Chiang Mai
Kireethara Boutique Resort
Krisdadoi Chiangmai
Khum Phaya Resort & Spa
Lanna Mantra Relais
Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel
Lanna Resort
Lanna View Hotel & Resort
Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel
Mae Rim Lagoon Hotel
Mae Sa Valley
Maekok River Village Resort
Manathai Village
Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi
Maninarakorn Hotel
Marisa Resort & Spa
Montrara Happy House Hotel
Muang Gudi Lodge
Natural Wellness Resort
Na Thapae Hotel
Navasoung Resort
Noble Place
Oasis Hotel
Panviman Chiangmai Resort & Spa
Park Hotel
Phu Jaya Mini Resort
Plumeria Home
Pornping Tower
Portico 21
Proud Phu Fah
Puripunn Baby Grand Boutique
Rainforest & Pornpiroon Hotel
Raming Lodge Hotel & Spa
Rarinjinda Wellness Spa Resort
Ratilanna Riverside Spa Resort
Rawee Waree Resort & Spa
Rimping Village
Royal Guest House
Royal Lanna Hotel
Royal Orchid Park
Royal Panerai Hotel
Royal Peninsula Hotel
Royal Princess Chiang Mai
Ruen Come In
Saimoonburi Resort
Scorpion Tailed Boat Village
Shewe Wana Boutique Resort Spa
Sinthana Resort
Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa
Sri-Ping Resort
Star Hotel
Studio 99 Serviced Apartments
Suan Bua Resort & Spa
Sukantara Cascade Resort
Suriwongse Hotel
Tamarind Village
Taraburi Resort & Spa
Tarin Hotel
The Airport Greenery
The Amata Lanna Chiangmai
The Chedi Chiang Mai
The Dome Residence
The Eurasia Chiangmai Hotel
The Grand Napat
The International Hotel
The Karinthip Village
The Nest Chiangmai
The Rim Resort Chiang Mai
The Small Hotel
Tianna Garden Village
Touch Star Resort Inthanon
Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House
U Chiang Mai
Veranda Chiangmai High Resort
View Doi Art & Resort
Winner Inn Hotel
Yaang Come Village
Yesterday The Village

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