Bar Closures in Thailand are Buddhist religious days and some public holidays. Our constantly updated Holiday Calendar & List of bar closures in Bangkok & Pattaya – Thailand, will help ensure you don’t get stuck outside a closed bar.
There are days when the sale of alcohol is officially banned nationwide and all bars are closed. These days are likely Buddhist religious days and some public holidays.
Our Holiday Calendar & List of Bar Closures in Thailand is constantly updated to include all religious holidays, Buddhist days and public holidays that are being celebrated in Bangkok & Pattaya – Thailand.
On such days, you will find an abundance of girls available on platforms like Smooci freelancers available at one of the many freelance bars or venues.
|Name of Holiday
|Date in 2024
|New Year’s Day
|Chinese New Year
|Magha Puja / Makha Bucha
|Thailand Labor Day
|Royal Ploughing Ceremony
|Visakha Bucha / Vesak Day
|H.M. Queen’s Birthday
|Asahna Puja Day
|Wan Khao Phansa (Buddhist Lent Day)
|H.M. The King’s Birthday (Rama X)
|H.M. Queen Dowager’s Birthday
|Wan Awk Phansa (Buddhist Lent Day)
|The Passing of Rama IX
|Thod Kathin (Kathina)
|Chulalongkorn Memorial Day
|H.M. The King’s Birthday (Rama IX)
|Thai Constitution Day
|New Years’ Eve
Enjoy and make sure to check all the items n our Bangkok Bucket List on your holiday!
Significant Events & Bar Closures in Thailand Thailand
- New Year’s Day – The start of the Western New Year is celebration in Thailand.
- Songkran Festival – The Songkran Festival in Thailand. While only three days, in places like Pattaya, the celebration can last a week.
- H.M. The King’s Birthday – Rama X – Birthday of the recently crowned King Vajiralongkorn – Rama X
- H.M. Queen Dowager’s Birthday – Birthday of the recently crowned Queen Suthida
- H.M. The Queen’s Birthday – Also Mother’s Day in Thailand
- The Passing of Rama IX – A new holiday in Thailand after the passing of the King in 2016
- End of Buddhist Lent – Also known as Wan Awk Phansa
- Loy Krathong – Not technically a holiday, but a major national festival
- H.M. The King’s Birthday (Rama IX) – Father’ Day – Also Father’s Day in Thailand, the birthday of the previous King Bhumibol (Rama IX)