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Chulalongkorn Day in Thailand

Name in other languages

NameLanguage
วันปิยมหาราชThai
Chulalongkorn DayEnglish
ChulalongkornGerman
Chulalongkorn DayNorwegian

Chulalongkorn Day Observances

Note: Since 1996, if a holiday falls on a weekend, the following working day is observed as a compensatory non-working day, subject to Thailand's Cabinet declarations.
WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
SatOct 232010Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
MonOct 252010Chulalongkorn Day observedNational holiday
SunOct 232011Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
MonOct 242011Chulalongkorn Day observedNational holiday
TueOct 232012Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
WedOct 232013Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
ThuOct 232014Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
FriOct 232015Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
SunOct 232016Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
MonOct 242016Chulalongkorn Day observedNational holiday
MonOct 232017Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
TueOct 232018Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
WedOct 232019Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday
FriOct 232020Chulalongkorn DayNational holiday

Quick Facts

Chulalongkorn Day 2018

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Chulalongkorn Day 2019

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

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Note: Since 1996, if a holiday falls on a weekend, the following working day is observed as a compensatory non-working day, subject to Thailand's Cabinet declarations.

List of dates for other years

Other holidays in October 2018 in Thailand

Fun Holiday on October 23, 2018

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