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Thailand Exchanges Buddhist Lent Public Holidays
 
(Posted on Thursday, November 16, 2006)

Source: Bank of Thailand (Bangkok)

Thailand's government has announced that, starting in the year B.E. 2550 (ie. starting mid-April 2007), the Buddhist Lent public holiday would be dropped, and be replaced by the Asarnha Bucha Day.

The effect of this change will only be felt in 2008, because in 2007 the Asarnha Bucha Day will occur on a Sunday and therefore a public holiday will be given on the next day (July 30) which is the date of the 2007 Buddhist Lent Day.

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