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Thailand declares July 31 as Extra Holiday to spur Tourism and the Economy

Six-day long break - July 28-August 2

Cabinet meeting has approved July 31 as an additional holiday, extending the upcoming weekend to a six-day long break, starting from July 28 (HM the King’s Birthday) to August 2 (Buddhist Lent) to boost domestic tourism.

Deputy Government Spokesperson, Ratchada Thanadirek said for government agencies with responsibilities in public service or those involved in essential government duties, the respective agency heads will have the discretion to decide whether to proceed with operations during this period, considering the necessity and the potential impact on public services.

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