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    1st January (New Year)
    16th February (Magha Bucha Day)
    17th February (Substitution day for Magha Bucha Day)
    6th April (Chakri Memorial Day)
    6th April (Substitution day for Chakri Memorial Day)
    13th-16th April (Songkran)
    1st May (Labour Day)
    5th May (Coronation Day)
    8th May (Royal Ploughing Ceremony)
    15th May (Wisakha Bucha Day)
    13th July (Asarnha Day)
    14th July (Khao Pansa)
    13th July (Substitution day for Asarnha Day)
    12th August (Queen's Birthday)
    23rd October (Chulalongkorn Day)
    5th December (King's Birthday)
    10th December (Constitution Day)
    31st December (New Year)

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    so happy!

    On February 14, can you give me some information about basic presents that each mate provides them? I'm just curious. Oh yeah for Valentine's Day. Hehe

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    happy

    Well, I'm basicly asking you like what kind of stuff do boyfriends or girlfriends give to their boyfriend or girlfriend. Sorry I had to clarify that.

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    What kind of festival is Songkran in Hua Hin ??


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    Do Thais celebrate Chinese New Year?

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    happy

    Every year, many people in Thailand with Chinese ancestors, celebrate the Chinese New Year with elaborate ceremonies.
    http://www.sriwittayapaknam.ac.th/chinese.html
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    Oopsie...

    Just exactly what is/are the date(s) for Chinese New Year this year?
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    The dates for this year Chinese New Year are 1,2 Feb.

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    Quote[/b] (Guest @ Jan. 10 2003,11:59)]What kind of festival is Songkran in Hua Hin ??

    Hi Leena,

    Just like any other places in the country. LOTS OF WATER FIGHT.

    It's fun. I've been there. Just bought a water gun and enjoy.

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    Hi, there are some festivals that comes with substitution day. What does that means? Does it means the day after the festival is also a public holiday?

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