Stock Exchange of Thailand Holidays for 2017

Thailand has a lot of events and festivals each year. You can refer to the list below to clarify which of these result in a public holiday and on what day it will be taken.

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) will close on fourteen days throughout 2017 to observe the following national public holidays:

Jan-01SunNew Year's DayNational holiday
Jan-02MonNew Year's day (Substitute)National holidayClosed
Jan-03TueSpecial HolidayNational holidayClosed
Jan-14SatNational Children's DayObservance
Jan-16MonTeachers' DayObservance
Jan-28SatChinese Lunar New Year's DayObservance
Jan-29SunSecond day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
Jan-30MonThird day of Chinese Lunar New YearObservance
Feb-11SatMakha BuchaNational holiday
Feb-13MonMakha Bucha (Substitute)National holidayClosed
Feb-14TueValentine's DayObservance
Mar-20MonMarch equinoxSeason
Apr-06ThurChakri DayNational holidayClosed
Apr-13ThurSongkranNational holidayClosed
Apr-14FriSongkranNational holidayClosed
Apr-15SatSongkranNational holiday
Apr-16SunSongkranNational holiday
May-01MonLabor DayNational holidayClosed
May-05FridCoronation DayNational holidayClosed
May-10WedWisakha BuchaNational holidayClosed
May-25FridRoyal Plowing CeremonyFestival
Jun-21WedJune SolsticeSeason
Jul-08SatAsarnha BuchaNational holiday
Jul-10MonAsalha Bucha (Substitute)National holidayClosed
Jul-11TueBuddhist Lentalcohol ban
Jul-28FriH.M. the King's BirthdayNational holidayClosed
Aug-12SatH.M. the Queen's Birthday - Mother's DayNational holiday
Aug-14MonH.M. the Queen's Birthday (Substitute)National holidayClosed
Sep-22FriSeptember equinoxSeason
Oct-23MonChulalongkorn DayNational holidayClosed
Nov-03FriLoi KrathongFestival
Dec-10SunConstitution DayNational holiday
Dec-11MonConstitution Day (Substitute)National holidayClosed
Dec-21ThuDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec-24SunChristmas EveObservance
Dec-25MonChristmas DayObservance
Dec-31SunNew Year's EveNational holiday

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