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September 2018

October 2018

15
Oct
15 October 2018

When is King Bhumibol's Birthday? This national holiday in Thailand is held annually on 5 December. If 5 December falls on a weekend, the holiday will be observed on the following Monday. The day commemorates the birthday of the late King of Thailand, Bhumibol Adulyadej. It is also Thailand's National Day and is the day when Father's Day is celebrated in Thailand. History of King Bhumibol's Birthday Known as Rama IX, he reigned Thailand since 9 June 1946 until his…

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Oct
18 October 2018 @ 08:00 - 19 October 2018 @ 17:00
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23
Oct
23 October 2018

History of Chulalongkorn Day The day commemorates King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) who passed away on 23 October 1910. He was the fifth monarch of Siam from the House of Chakri and is considered one of the greatest kings of Siam (now Thailand). He is remembered as the king who introduced many social and political reforms that helped to modernise Siam including the abolishment of slavery. He succeeded to the throne in 1868 when he was 15 years old and was crowned king in 1873. He…

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November 2018

22
Nov
22 November 2018

Happy Loy Krathong, From BJP Staff and the Students

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28 November 2018
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December 2018

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Dec
5 December 2018

Of the many public holidays on Thailand’s calendar, King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Birthday on 05 December has long been one of the most prominent. Until his death aged 88 on 13 October 2016, this holiday had long been celebrated as the King’s Birthday, as well as being marked as Father’s Day. That also continued to be the case on 05 December 2016, which fell during Thailand’s year-long period of mourning following King Bhumibol’s passing. As of 2017, though, the King’s Birthday…

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17
Dec
17 December 2018 @ 08:30 - 19 December 2018 @ 15:00
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21
Dec
21 December 2018
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22
Dec
22 December 2018 @ 08:00 - 6 January 2019 @ 17:00
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January 2019

February 2019

23
Feb
February 23 @ 08:00 - March 3 @ 17:00
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March 2019

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Mar
March 1

When is Maka Bucha? Maka Bucha is a public holiday in several Mekong region countries such as Cambodia and Thailand. The date of this important Buddhist festival depends on Lunar cycle. The holiday may also be known as Magha Puja. On this day, the full moon of the third lunar month (called Tabodwe); seven months after Buddha began his teachings, over a thousand monks gathered to hear Buddha preach. Buddha ordained these monks and spread the principles of Buddhism. This marked…

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April 2019

8
Apr
April 8 @ 08:00 - April 21 @ 17:00
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13
Apr
April 13 @ 08:00 - April 16 @ 17:00

The Songkran festival is the traditional Thai New Year's Day and is celebrated from 13 April to 15 April. History of Songkran Festival The word Songkran is from the Sanskrit language and means the passage of the sun from one sign of the Zodiac to another. That means there are twelve Songkrans each year, but the significance of this Songkran (sometimes called Major Songkran to distinguish it from the others) is when the sun enters the sign of Aries the Ram. The particular event was also…

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Apr
April 24 @ 15:30 - 16:30
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May 2019

September 2018

Start Of School Year 2018 – 2019

3 September 2018