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Songkran in Thailand

Is Songkran a Public Holiday?

Songkran is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Songkran Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015MonApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2016WedApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2017ThuApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2018FriApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2019SatApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2020MonApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2021TueApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2022WedApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2023ThuApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2024SatApr 13SongkranNational holiday
2025SunApr 13SongkranNational holiday

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