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Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year in Thailand

Is Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year a Public Holiday?

Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year is not a public holiday. It falls on Sunday, January 26, 2020 and most businesses follow regular Sunday opening hours in Thailand.

Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015FriFeb 20Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2016TueFeb 9Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2017SunJan 29Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2018SatFeb 17Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2019WedFeb 6Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2020SunJan 26Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2021SatFeb 13Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2022WedFeb 2Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2023MonJan 23Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2024SunFeb 11Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
2025ThuJan 30Second day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance

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