Source: The Bank of Thailand (Bangkok)
The official list and dates of the bank holidays and non-working public holidays in Thailand, for the upcoming calendar year 2014, has been announced.
As before (26-Sep-2012 and 20-Aug-2011), and in accordance with the Cabinet's Resolution of February 3rd, 2004, 2-day public holidays that both fall on a weekend day only give rise to one day in lieu non-working public holiday on the following Monday (06-Feb-2004).
The aforementioned announcement also confirms the removal of the Buddhist Lent public holiday, having been replaced, beginning in 2007 (B.E. 2550), by the holiday that always occurs a day before, Asarnha Bucha (16-Nov-2006).
The Royal Ploughing Ceremony public sector holiday, as usual (30-Nov-2012, 08-Dec-2011, 26-Apr-2009), will be announced at a later date.
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