Current events Udon Thani / Thailand

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Monday, 16 December 2019

Steve Gilbert Memorial Golf Tournament 2019

On Monday December the 16th, 2019 the sixth Steve Gilbert Memorial golf tournament will be held in Udon Thani. The venue, like in the last four years, will be the golf course at the military airport, Wing 23

(Golf | Northeast Thailand | Other | Udon Thani) | read more



Tuesday, 31 December 2019

New Year's Eve in Thailand

New Year's Eve is not an official holiday in Thailand, which doesn't mean that Thai people don't celebrate. Particularly in the tourist destinations the end of the old year sparks major celebrations, and this is now starting to happen in Udon too. We will inform you about any exciting events for this coming New Year's Eve.

(Other)


Wednesday, 1 January 2020

New Year's Day in Thailand

New Year's Day in Thailand is one of in total two holidays that Thailand celebrates simultaneously with many other countries. Banks and authorities are closed on this day.

(Holidays)


Saturday, 11 January 2020

Children's Day

Children's Day in Thailand is celebrated every year on the second Saturday in January. Many events are celebrated for children. This is not an official holiday.

(Holidays | Thailand)


Thursday, 16 January 2020

National Teachers' Day in Thailand

 

On the 16th of January National Teachers' Day is celebrated in Thailand. This holiday was established in 1957, and all students have a day off school.

(Other | Thailand)


Saturday, 18 January 2020

Royal Thai Armed Forces Day

 

On the 18th of January in Thailand, the victory of King Naresuan the Great over the vice-king of Burma, in 1953, is celebrated. Many armed forces camps hold 'open days', especially for children.

(Holidays | Thailand)


Saturday, 25 January 2020

Chinese New Year 2020

From the 25th to the 27th of February 2020 the Chinese New Year is celebrated in Thailand. This heralds the 'year of the rat'. While these days are not official holidays and banks and authorities will stay open, many shops will close and traffic delays must be expected due to parades through the city centre.

(Holidays | Thailand)


Saturday, 8 February 2020

Makha Bucha

The Makha Bucha Day is a Buddhist holiday in Thailand, and takes place on the first day of the 3rd Lunar month, by the traditional Thai calendar. It commemorates the Buddha's teaching of Ovada Patimokkha. Banks and government offices will be closed.

(Holidays | Thailand)


Monday, 10 February 2020

Substitute holiday for Makha Bucha Day

Since this year's Makha Bucha Day falls on a Saturday, the following Monday will be deemed a substitute public holiday, and the banks and authorities in Thailand will be closed.

(Holidays | Thailand)


Friday, 14 February 2020

Valentine's Day

The day of love is celebrated in Thailand every year on the 14th of February. Anyone who is planning a romantic dinner on Valentine's Day should expect crowded restaurants. This is not an official holiday.

(Other)


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