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This national holiday in Thailand is held annually on December 10th. If December 10th falls on a weekend, the holiday will be observed on the following Monday.

This holiday commemorates Thailand’s adoption of a constitutional monarchy in 1932.

This pride in the monarchy is a key element of the festivities of Constitution Day. Parades and fireworks are common festivities on this day and images of the Thai kings are displayed across the country. It is a day when the people of Thailand will thank the monarchy for granting them the right to run their country.

All government offices and schools will be closed today. There is no alcohol ban in place on this holiday.