We always have a skeleton crew working on holidays. Requests may take longer to be completed on the particular day(s).
Please note that some of the dates change year-to-year since Buddhist holidays follow the Lunar Calendar.
|1||Wednesday||1st January 2020||New Year's Day|
|2||Monday||10th February 2020||Makha Bucha Day observed|
|3||Monday||6th April 2020||Chakri Memorial Day|
|7||Friday||1st May 2020||Labour Day|
|8||Monday||4th May 2020||Coronation Day|
|9||Wednesday||6th May 2020||Visakha Bucha Day|
|10||Wednesday||3rd June 2020||Queen's Birthday|
|11||Monday||6th July 2020||Asanha Bucha Day observed|
|12||Monday||27th July 2020||Substitution for Songkran Festival - day 1|
|13||Tuesday||28th July 2020||Rama X's Birthday|
|14||Wednesday||12th August 2020||Mother's Day|
|15||Friday||4th September 2020||Substitution for Songkran Festival - day 2|
|16||Monday||7th September 2020||Substitution for Songkran Festival - day 3|
|17||Tuesday||13th October 2020||Rama IX's Memorial Day|
|18||Friday||23rd October 2020||Chulalongkorn Day|
|19||Monday||7th December 2020||Father's Day|
|20||Thursday||10th December 2020||Constitution Day|
|21||Friday||11th December 2020||Additional special holiday|
|22||Thursday||31st December 2020||New Year's Eve|
* Most of our team members will take the week off during the Songkran festival, which is the traditional Thai new year's festival.
* In line with the Thai government's response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Songkran holidays on the 13th, 14th and 15th of April have been postponed. Any substitution holidays will be announced at a later date if necessary.
* The holiday on July 27th was added as a substitution for day 1 of the Songkran holidays.
* The holidays on September 4th and 7th were added as substitutions for days 2 and 3 of the Songkran holidays.