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The Queen's Birthday in Thailand

Is The Queen's Birthday a Public Holiday?

The Queen's Birthday is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

The Queen's Birthday 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.

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010ThuAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2011FriAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2012SunAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2012MonAug 13The Queen's Birthday observedNational holiday
2013MonAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2014TueAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2015WedAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2016FriAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2017SatAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2017MonAug 14The Queen's Birthday observedNational holiday
2018SunAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2018MonAug 13The Queen's Birthday observedNational holiday
2019MonAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday
2020WedAug 12The Queen's BirthdayNational holiday

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