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The list below shows most of the main national Thai festivals (Thet Sa Garn), Thailand public holidays (Wan Yoot Ra Cha Gan), special (religious & non-religious) Thai dates for 2017-2018 and also some special Western Dates.

Notes about the Calendar:
- On the dates it is common for Thai people to receive gifts, such as flowers, there is a link you can use to see our special product selection
- The dates of some Thai festivals, Thailand public holidays & special dates change each year on the
Western (Gregorian) calendar because they are based on the Thai lunar calendar. Most full moon days are dates for Buddhist celebrations. All dates below are fixed, except where stated.
- Many dates, but not all, are Thai national holidays.
- If Thailand public holiday dates fall on a Saturday or Sunday, the following Monday is a compensatory day
off (Wan Chod Choey) instead. In these cases, the weekends are longer and Thai people are likely to travel to visit their family at this time
- Many businesses and government offices are closed on public holidays, but tourist attractions and shops
are almost always open
- Years are numbered in Thailand based on the Buddhist era (B.E.) which started 543 years earlier than the
Christian era. Therefore 2017 A.D. is the year 2560 B.E and 2018 is 2561 B.E. 

 Date

 Occasion

 Information

5 October 2017/2560

(Date changes every year)

 Awk Phansa Day

(National Holiday)

 

(Wan Awk Phansa) This day is the end of the 3-month Buddhist Lent period and of the "rains retreat" monks when have historically stayed their temple to avoid trampling rice crops during the rainy season. It also marks the "official" end of the rainy season. Thai people visit temples to .... commemorate Buddha's descent from heaven via a staircase of crystal, silver and gold; make merit by performing the "Tak Bhat Dhevo" ceremony; and give monks "kao tom hang" (steamed rice wrapped in coconut palm leaves). This is not a national holiday. Because it is a religious holiday, it is against the law to sell alcohol on this day.

- To see example Pattaya newspaper coverage of Awk Phansa, click here

13 October 2017/2560

 Commemorating the passing of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX)

(National Holiday)

 The much-loved HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) died on this day in 2016
23 October 2017/2560  

 Chulalongkorn Memorial Day

(National Holiday)

 

(Wan Piyamaharat) This day commemorates the day in 1910 that one of Thailand's most important Kings died - King Chulalongkorn (King Rama V). He was the first Thai King to travel widely to Asia and Europe and is revered today for his wise reign and modernisation of Thailand. He made many big reforms such as: abolishing slavery, expanding the communication system via the construction of railways, establishing post and telegraph services and improving public services like health and education. Thanks to him, Thailand did not become a French or English colony and Thailand became a modern country with things like its first hospitals, railways, and post offices.

- To see example Pattaya newspaper coverage of the history of Chulalongkorn Day, click here

25-29 October 2017/2560

 Royal Cremation Ceremony for late King of Thailand - King Bhumibol Adulyadej
(Rama IX)

(26 October is National Holiday

 The actual cremation will be held on 26 October and this day has been declared a national holiday this year.

3 November 2017/2560

(Date changes every year)

 Loy Krathong

Not an official holiday, but a very popular religious festival in Thailand. Also one of the most romantic nights of the year for
couples. Everyone buys or makes a 'Krathong' - a float made out of either the trunk of a banana tree or bread, folded banana leaves, flowers, and with incense sticks and a candle in the middle. In the evening, you go to places where there is water (such as rivers, the sea, lakes) and launch your Kratong to pay respect to the Water Goddess (Phra Mae Khongkha) and also to send away your past year's problems and bad fortune. The romance is because of the tradition that couples (lovers) launch their individual Krathongs at the same time and wait to see if they float away together (instead drifting apart or coming back towards them) and whether the candle stays lit or not - and therefore gain insight into whether they will stay together as a couple happily in the future.  Buying Sky "fire" Lanterns is also very popular. PHOTOS HERE

Be Romantic! Send the person you love beautiful Krathongs from Isan Flowers (one for them and one for you) - with your other gifts - for them to launch on the evening of Loy Krathong - for your good luck together! 
- Near this date, see our special LOY KRATHONG PRODUCTS HERE

5 December 2017/2560

 King Bhumibol Birthday Commemoration Day

&

 Thai Father's Day

(National Holiday)

This day celebrates the previous King of Thailand's birthday (King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX), born 1927). King Bhumibol Adulyadej was much loved and deeply respected by all Thais, old and young. On this day many buildings will be covered with decorations and images of The King to remember him, show loyalty and honour to him.
This day also serves as Father's Day in Thailand (Wan Phor Hang Chart), because the King wass regarded as the Father of the country. It was traditional for Thai people to wear pink or yellow (the colour of the King) on his birthday and for families to give their father pink or yellow gifts (flowers, T-shirts, for example) and/or the whole family eat dinner together. 
- Near this date, see our special FATHER'S DAY PRODUCTS HERE

10 December 2017/2560  Constitution Day

(National Holiday)

(Wan Rattathammanoon) This day celebrates 10 December 1932 when the country was granted its first constitution and became a democracy. Thailand changed from an absolute monarchy to a constitutional one. Before 1932, Thailand was called Siam and was under the total rule of the King. The King has still some power, but just a moral power over Thai people, who worship him for all its kindness and goodness. Thailand therefore has a King, a parliament, a government and no president

11 December 2017/2560  

 Compensatory Holiday for Constitution Day

(National Holiday)

 Compensatory Holiday for Constitution Day because 10 December is a Sunday this year
25 December 2017/2560  Christmas Day

(Wan Kris Mat) The day that Christians celebrate as the birthday of Jesus. This is not a national holiday in Thailand because the official religion of Thailand is Buddhism. Thai people generally don't give each other Christmas gifts, but Thai people often give their best Western friends a Christmas card and gifts - red flowers are popular

Wish your friends, loved ones, customers &/or business contacts 'Happy Christmas'/'Happy Holidays' with lovely products from Isan Flowers.
- Near this date, see our special
CHRISTMAS PRODUCTS HERE

31 December 2017/2560  New Year's Eve (Western Calendar)

(National Holiday)

(Wan Sin Pee OR Wan Song Taai Bpee Gao) The day that people celebrate as the final evening of the year in the Western (Gregorian) calendar. Many Thais use 31 December, 1 January and 2 January as days off work to travel to visit their parents to celebrate New Year's Eve and 1 January (see below).

1 January 2018/2561

 New Year's Day (Western Calendar)

(National Holiday)

(Wan Khuen Pee Mai) The day that people celebrate as the first day of the year in the Western (Gregorian) calendar. For Thais, this day is a little like Christmas is for Westerners ...
- many will have travelled to visit and eat together with their parents (wherever they are) and their other relatives, as a family
- many will give (or send to) their parents gifts like clothes and food.

A variety of Thai traditional and cultural festivities are held in various parts of the country. Many people begin 1 January by making merit to monks and temples in the first daylight hours and in the afternoon and evening there is merry-making and folk entertainment.

NOTE: This is just one of three major New Year's Days in Thailand. The second is Chinese New Year (date varies each year, but often in February). The third is traditional Thai New Year. Although Thailand moved its official New Year's Day in 1940 to 1 January, the traditional Thai New Year still starts on 13 April and is celebrated by a public holiday period and the Songkran (water) festival.

Wish your friends, loved ones, customers &/or business contacts 'Happy New Year' with lovely products from Isan Flowers.
- Near this date, see our special NEW YEAR PRODUCTS HERE

2 January 2018/2561

 Compensatory Holiday for New Year's Eve

(National Holiday)

 Compensatory Holiday for New Year's Eve because 31 December is a Saturday this year
3 January 2018/2561

 Compensatory Holiday for New Year's Day

(National Holiday)

 Compensatory Holiday for New Year's Day because 1 January is a Sunday this year

7 January 2018/2561

 Christmas Day in Russia

The Russian Christian Orthodox Church celebrates 7 January every year as Christmas Day in Russia (to mark the birth of Jesus Christ). It is on 7 January due to the 13-day difference between the newer (official, national) Gregorian calendar, and older Julian calendar (the one used by the Church to celebrate religious holidays).

The tradition of celebrating Christmas in Russia was revived in the early 1990s, after decades of suppression by the Communist Soviet government. It is now a national holiday (as part of the 10 day holiday at the turn of every new year). Typical activities include having a family dinner the night before, visiting relatives and friends, giving gifts to each other.(For more information, see Russian-crafts.com)

Do you have Russian loved ones or friends in the Pattaya area? Buy them a gift from perhaps one of our special  product areas below ...
- See our
CHRISTMAS page HERE
- See our RUSSIA-syle
page HERE  

13 January 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 Thai Children's Day

(Wan Dek Hang Chat) This big day is always on the second Saturday in January. Normally celebrated for children up to about 14 years old. Children are highly respected in Thailand - they are regarded as the most valuable resource of the nation. Many interesting places all over the country such as Zoos, Tourist Attactions, Military Bases, Government House and Parliament House are opened for children to visit with their parents for free. Many major free events are also organized, such as outdoor movie shows. Not a national holiday.

Do you, your loved ones or your friends have children? Buy them a cute Soft Toy, Balloons and/or Cakes from Isan Flowers.
- See our
FOR CHILDREN OR BABY PRODUCTS page HERE
- See our THAI CHILDREN'S DAY
PRODUCTS page HERE

- To see example Thailand newspaper coverage of Children's Day, click here

 

16 January 2018/2561  Thai Teachers Day

(Wan Kroo) Pupils and students pay respect to and give flowers to their teachers on a plastic, elevated silver plate. Teachers are highly respected in Thailand for their knowledge. Not a national holiday

Do you have schoolchildren? Buy them beautiful flowers from Isan Flowers to give their teachers.
- Near this date, see our special
THAI TEACHERS DAY PRODUCTS HERE

14 February 2018/2561  St Valentine's Day

Thai people recognise this date the same as Westerners. The giving and receiving of flowers (usually red roses) and other gifts is very important. Not a national holiday
NOTE: The cost of roses is much higher 1st-19th February

Be Romantic and buy your special loved one a big bouquet of red Chinese roses. Why not add balloons, chocolates &/or a cuddly toy from Isan Flowers too!
- Near this date, see our special
ST VALENTINE'S PRODUCTS HERE

 

16-18 February 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 Chinese New Year
(Year of the Dog)
 

(Troot Jeen) Chinese New Year's Day is the most important day on the Chinese calendar, is always on the first day of the first lunar month according to the Chinese calendar and is the main family holiday time of Thai-Chinese people. In Thailand, the Chinese New Year period actually starts two days before, when Chinese people go to the market to buy food and other offerings - this is often the last day for shops and stalls owned by Thai-Chinese people to be open. After this, their shops close until after the New Year. On the day before (i.e. the last day of the old year), they pray and prepare offerings to the Gods and their ancestors. Chinese New Year’s Day is the most festive day of all the three days. Some people call it ‘The Spring Festival’ because it is the beginning of Spring. Chinese people go to their relatives’ houses to give and receive blessings. They exchange oranges and give away ‘Ang Pao’ (red envelopes containing money) to their younger relatives, perhaps even to people they know or work for them. They believe this will bring them good luck in the New Year. There are also lion dances and fireworks. About 10% of Thai people have Chinese ancestory, including many influencial members of society.

Wish 'Happy Chinese New Year' to any Chinese or Chinese-Thai relatives, friends, customers &/or business contacts you have with lovely red products (the colour red means luck) from Isan Flowers.
- Near this date, see our special
CHINESE NEW YEAR PRODUCTS HERE

Mid-February to End of March  Graduation Days

Final Year schoolchildren and students 'graduate' from (leave) Schools and Colleges. It is traditional to give them flowers and gifts to celebrate. Many schoolchildren and students also give flowers and gifts to their teachers, to say "Thank You and Goodbye" to them.

Congratulate the students you know by buying them a special, traditional graduation bouquet of flowers!
- Near this date, see our special
GRADUATION PRODUCTS HERE

 

1 or 2 March
2018/2561

(Date changes every year

 Macha Bucha Day 

(National Holiday)

(Wan Matcha Butcha) This important Buddhist holy day marks the spontaneous gathering of 1,250 Sangha followers who came to meet and hear a sermon from Lord Buddha, nine months after his enlightenment. They were ordaned by Lord Buddha and enlightened. It is a day when people make merit (such as giving alms - necessities like food, robes, incense and candles - to monks). Merit-making ceremonies are held during the day at temples throughout the country and there are also candlelight processions around major temples in the evening. Thai people give the usual monk products to the temple/monks - small bunches of flowers, food, yellow robes, etc

- To see example Pattaya newspaper coverage of the Macha Bucha Day, click here 

 

8 March 2018/2561

 International Women's Day

Celebrations in different countries vary from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women to a celebration for women's economic, political and social achievements. Started as a Socialist political event, the holiday has become part of the culture of many countries, primarily in Eastern Europe, Russia, and former Soviet Union. In many of these countries it is a day for men to express their love for women (mothers, wives, girlfriends, daughters, potential girlfriends/girls they fancy, girls they want to know better, colleagues, etc) in a way similar to a mixture of Mother's Day and St Valentine's Day - by giving flowers and small gifts. The day is also an official holiday in some of the above countries, like Russia, Ukraine and China (for women only). For more information, see Wikipedia

 

11 March 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 Mothers Day
(UK & Ireland)

Mothers Day in UK & Ireland is always the 4th Sunday in Lent.

Is your Mother or the Mother of your girlfriend/wife in Thailand?  Impress her by sending lovely gifts from Isan Flowers to show her you know it is Mothers Day and to make her feel appreciated and special on the day .... !!!
- Near this date, see our special MOTHERS DAY PRODUCTS HERE

 

early/mid March
 School Holidays Start

Mid March is when the "Summer" (main annual) holidays start for most Schools

6 April 2018/2561

 Chakri Memorial Day

(National Holiday)

(Wan Chakri) his day commemorates the founding of the current, Chakri royal dynasty of Thailand (the coronation day of King Rama I The Great on 6 April 1782). The current King, King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX), is the ninth King of the Chakri dynasty. A Royal ceremony is performed by the King to pay respects to King Rama I
13 April 2018/2561

 Thai New Year

(National Holiday) 

"Sawasdee bpee mai thai" (Happy Thai New Year!).
Traditional Thai New Year's Day. The first day of Songkran festival (see below)
13-15 April 2018/2561

 Songkran (Traditional Thai New Year)

&

(a little in Pattaya) Songkran Water Festival 

(National Holiday) 

Thai people celebrate traditional Thai New Year for 3 days with religious ceremonies, public festivities and a lot of water *. It is also a time to remember and give tribute to dead relatives (polish old photos, pray for them in temples, etc). Traditionally, 13 April is Wan Sangkhan Lohng, when people clean their houses. April 14 is Wan Nao when people prepare food for Buddhist merit making. April 15 is Wan Payawan, the first day of the new year, when people gather at wats (temples) in the early morning, and in old times was the day subdued water play started (but now the streets fill with people throwing buckets of water over anyone and everyone - Thais and tourists alike). Finally, April 16 is Wan Paak Bpee when people pay respect to their ancestors, elders, or people worthy of respect. Scented water is poured over their hands and they in turn bless the participants in the ceremony.
If you go out of the house, don't expect to stay dry during these days. Some (mainly young) people have a lot of fun, with a spirit of fun and goodwill but a few drink too much alcohol** which can sometimes lead to trouble. It is the most dangerous time of the year on the roads. Many (especially older) people try to avoid the water by staying at home.

This is the main national and family holiday period in Thailand, with compensatory days for any days falling on a weekend. Many shops and business close and many people use the holiday time to travel back to their parents and/or family if they are in other parts of Thailand. 

If you have a loved one or friend living or working in Pattaya, they may leave Pattaya and go to see their parents/family for the Songkran holiday period.

* The Songkran water festival takes place on different days in Thailand, depending on the area. For example, 13-15th in Bangkok, mostly 18th-19th April in Naklua & Pattaya, 19th-20th in Bang Sare & Sattahip.

** Drinking alcohol is "traditional" at Songkran, so alcohol is a popular gift to give a friend!
- Near this date, see our DRINKS
PRODUCTS HERE

18-20 April 2018/2561

 Songkran Water Festival (Pattaya
/Naklua)

&

Kong Khao Festival in Naklua

 

(Local Holiday)

See above. On 18 and 19 April the roads in Pattaya will be choked full of traffic jams and people. Travelling around Pattaya in a vehicle or on a motorbike during the day will be almost impossible!

18 April every year is the official "Wan Lai" Day (Flowing Day) in Naklua and North Pattaya - the main water festival day. Pattaya City organises activities such as processions.

19 April is Wan Lai in Central Pattaya.
- To see example Pattaya newspaper coverage of the Songkran festival, click here

20 April is also the annual Kong Khao (Rice Festival) in Naklua. (Chonburi is the only province in the country where this festival happens). The custom follows an ancient belief that to have a successful year, you must pay respects to wandering spirits that have no living relatives. This is thought to bring good luck and prosperity to the community. Sports competitions happen during the day and ceremonies start from 6pm, which include Thai dancing and food.
- To see example Pattaya newspaper coverage of the Naklua Kong Khao festival, click here

end April/early May  School Holidays End End April/Early May is when the "Summer" (main annual) holidays end for most Schools, and children go back to School
1 May 2018/2561

 International Labour Day

(National Holiday)

(Wan Raeng Ngan) International Labour day is a national holiday, but there are no real events on the day
 

10 May 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 

 National Farming and Agriculture Day

&

Royal Ploughing Ceremony Day

(Government Holiday)

 

The Royal Ploughing Ceremony is done every year by Brahmanic priests on the big field called Sanam Luang, in the front of Wat Phra Kaew temple in Bangkok. It symbolises the beginning of the rice-planting season. The priests bless seeds and make symbolic furrows using a plough pulled by buffalos. Once the ceremony is over, all the watching people run to the furrows to get the blessed seeds. Those are believed to bring good harvests. The ceremony is very important for Thai farmers because it predicts how much rain will fall and how well the crops will grow. Thousands of farmers go to the Grand Palace to watch

 

13 May 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 Mothers Day
(US, Canada, Australia, Germany & Many Other Countries)
Mothers Day in US, Canada, Australia, Germany & Many Other Countries (but not UK, Ireland or Thailand) is always the 2nd Sunday in May.

Is your Mother or the Mother of your girlfriend/wife in Thailand?  Impress her by sending lovely gifts from Isan Flowers to show her you know it is Mothers Day and to make her feel appreciated and special on the day .... !!!
- Near this date, see our special MOTHERS DAY PRODUCTS HERE

Mid-May
 Start of the Rainy Season (hopefully)

 There are 3 annual seasons in Thailand - "Rainy", "Cool" and "Hot" (but the Cool Season is still hot!)

 

29 May 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 Visakha Bucha Day

(National Holiday)
 

(Wan Visakha Bucha) This is the biggest, holiest and most important Buddhist holiday. It celebrates 3 extremely important events (1) the birthday of Prince Siddhattha Gotama (2) the day 35 years later he became the Buddha (his enlightenment) and (3) his death 45 years after that (attainment of Nirvana). All 3 events happened on the same full-moon day in the Wisakha month (usually in May). All over the Thailand people visit temples to listen to sermons by revered monks about Dharma (Buddha's teaching) and make merit. In the evening there are candlelight processions around the main buildings of major temples. Thai people give the usual monk products to the temple/monks - small bunches of flowers, food, etc
- To see example Pattaya newspaper article about the day, click here

 

17 June 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 Fathers Day
(
UK, Ireland, US, Canada & Many Other Countries)

Fathers Day in UK, Ireland, US, Canada & Many Other Countries (but not Thailand) is always the 3rd Sunday in June.

Is your Father or the Father of your girlfriend/wife in Thailand?  Impress him by sending lovely gifts from Isan Flowers to show him you know it is Fathers Day and to make him feel appreciated and special on the day .... !!!
- Near this date, see our special FATHERS DAY PRODUCTS HERE

 

1 July 2018/2561

 Mid-Year Bank Holiday

(National Holiday)

Mid Year Bank Holiday (Wan yoot tanakarn) 
 

27 July 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 

 Asalaha Bucha Day

(National Holiday)

 

(Wan Asalaha Bucha) This day commemorates Buddha's first sermon to his first 5 disciples after attaining Enlightenment, introducing the Middle Way, the noble 8-Fold Path and the 4 Noble Truths. Celebrated with candlelight processions, it happens one day before the Buddhist Lent day. In the evening, candlelit processions take place in Buddhist temples around Thailand. Thai people give the usual monk products to the temple/monks - small bunches of flowers, food, etc

NOTE: Pattaya Bars, Restaurants and Entertainment Venues are barred from selling alcohol on this day.

- To see example Pattaya newspaper article about this day, click here and here

28 July 2018/2561

 Khao Pansaa Day

(National Holiday)

(Wan Khao Pansaa) This day marks the start of the Buddhist "rains retreat" ('Lent') period - a period lasting 3 months (broadly coinciding with the Rainy/Wet Season for Thailand) when monks are expected to stay within their temple grounds to study and meditate, for renewed spiritual vigour. This is also the most auspicious time for Buddhist ordinations. Many Thai people go to their local temple to make merit on this day. Thai people give the usual monk products to the temple/monks - small bunches of flowers, food, etc. They also like to give candles. Candles are believed to be a way to provide monks with enlightenment during their prayers and candle parades are popular. Many Thai people also choose to "give something up" (like the Christian Lent) for this Buddhist "rains retreat" ('Lent') period.

NOTE: Pattaya Bars, Restaurants and Entertainment Venues are barred from selling alcohol on this day.

- To see example Pattaya newspaper article about this day, click here and here

28 July 2018/2561  

 H.M. The King's Birthday

(National Holiday)

This day is the current King of Thailand's birthday (His Majesty the King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, King Rama X), born 1952).
30 July 2018/2561
 

 Compensatory Holiday
for
H.M. The King's Birthday

(National Holiday)

 Compensatory Holiday for H.M. The King's Birthday because 28 July is a Saturday this year
12 August 2018/2561  

 H.M. The Queen's Birthday

 &

 Thai Mothers Day

(National Holiday)

 

This day is the current Queen of Thailand's birthday (Queen Sirikit, born 1932). On this day many buildings are covered with decorations and images of The Queen to show loyalty and honour to Her.
This day also serves as the country's Mothers Day (Wan Mae Hang Chart), because she is regarded as the mother of all Thai people.

It is traditional to give to your Mother and other women much older than you that want to show respect (Grandmother, Aunt, etc) gifts on this day - usually Phuang Malai (fragrant Thai Jasmine Flower Garlands) and/or White Flowers. If you prefer, you can give her Other Gifts she will like. 

Is your Mother or the Mother of your girlfriend/wife in Thailand?  Impress her by sending lovely gifts from Isan Flowers to show her you know it is Thai Mothers Day and to make her feel appreciated and special on the day .... !!!
- Near this date, see our special MOTHER'S DAY PRODUCTS HERE

- To see example Pattaya newspaper article about Her Majesty Queen Sirikit of Thailand, click here

13 August 2018/2561

 Compensatory Holiday for H.M. The Queen's Birthday

(National Holiday)

 Compensatory Holiday for H.M. The Queen's Birthday because 12 August is a Sunday this year
 End of August
 (Supposedly) Start of the Heavy Rainy Season

 This is the time (historically, but increasingly erratic) that the heavy rain period of the rainy season in Thailand is supposed to start

 

2 September 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 Fathers Day
(
Australia & New Zealand)
 Fathers Day in Australia & New Zealand is always the 1st Sunday in September.

Is your Father or the Father of your girlfriend/wife in Thailand?  Impress him by sending lovely gifts from Isan Flowers to show him you know it is Fathers Day and to make him feel appreciated and special on the day .... !!!
- Near this date, see our special FATHERS DAY PRODUCTS HERE

Early October to Late October
 School Holidays
 October is when the second school holidays start for most Schools

13 October
2018/2561 


 Commemorating the passing of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX)

(National Holiday)

 See the description for the previous year near the top of this calendar
15 October
2018/2561

 Commemorating the passing of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX)

(National Holiday)

 

 Compensatory Holiday for Commemorating the passing of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) because 13 October is a Saturday this year

23 October
2018/2561

 Chulalongkorn Memorial Day

(National Holiday)

 See the description for the previous year near the top of this calendar

 

TBC 2018/2561

(Date changes every year)

 Awk Phansa Day  See the description for the previous year near the top of this calendar

TBC 2018/2561

 

(Date changes every year)

 Loy Krathong

 See the description for the previous year near the top of this calendar

Be Romantic! Send the person you love beautiful Krathongs from Isan Flowers (one for them and one for you) - with your other gifts - for them to launch on the evening of Loy Krathong - for your good luck together! 
- Near this date, see our special LOY KRATHONG PRODUCTS HERE

 

5 December 2018/2561

 King Bhumibol Birthday Commemoration Day

&

Thai Father's Day

(National Holiday)

 

 See the description for the previous year near the top of this calendar
10 December 2018/2561  Constitution Day

(National Holiday)

 See the description for the previous year near the top of this calendar

25 December 2018/2561  Christmas Day

 See the description for the previous year near the top of this calendar

Wish your friends, loved ones, customers &/or business contacts 'Happy Christmas'/'Happy Holidays' with lovely products from Isan Flowers.
- Near this date, see our special
CHRISTMAS PRODUCTS HERE

 

31 December 2018/2561

 New Year's Eve (Western Calendar)

(National Holiday)

 See the description for the previous year near the top of this calendar
 





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