Christmas is a time to rejoice, enjoy and also have a great time to travel. Though Thailand doesn’t celebrate Christmas as a traditional festival, it is one of the best places to visit during the festive season. Being about 85 percent Buddhist and 14 percent Islamic, the remaining 1 percent covers other religions in Thailand that makes Christmas a working day in Thailand. However, the country does a fabulous job at Christmas. If you are planning to visit Thailand over Christmas and New Year, it is a great decision to spend your holidays.

Christmas isn't an official public holiday in Thailand with only a small minority of the Thai population being Christian. However, T.I.T. (This Is Thailand) and so at this time of year hotel staff can be seen wearing Christmas hats whilst shopping centers and malls get decked out with decorations
All over Thailand Christmas is fun

Holiday in Thailand during Christmas is a jovial time. Every mall in Bangkok is lit up with lights and decorations while all the major hotels and cities recreate the magic of Christmas in different ways. From Christmas trees to dedicated shops, and from discounts to free services, here’s how you can enjoy during Christmas in Thailand.

Children Enjoy the Chritmas
Christmas isn't an official public holiday in Thailand with only a small minority of the Thai population being Christian. However, T.I.T. (This Is Thailand) and so at this time of year hotel staff can be seen wearing Christmas hats whilst shopping centers and malls get decked out with decorations
Christmas in Thailand

Though Thailand doesn’t celebrate Christmas as a traditional festival, it is one of the best places to visit during the festive season. Being about 85 percent Buddhist and 14 percent Islamic, the remaining 1 percent covers other religions in Thailand that makes Christmas a working day in Thailand.

Christmas isn't an official public holiday in Thailand with only a small minority of the Thai population being Christian. However, T.I.T. (This Is Thailand) and so at this time of year hotel staff can be seen wearing Christmas hats whilst shopping centers and malls get decked out with decorations
Christmas in UdonThani
Christmas isn't an official public holiday in Thailand with only a small minority of the Thai population being Christian. However, T.I.T. (This Is Thailand) and so at this time of year hotel staff can be seen wearing Christmas hats whilst shopping centers and malls get decked out with decorations
Happy Christmas in Thailand.

Christmas isn’t an official public holiday in Thailand with only a small minority of the Thai population being Christian. However, T.I.T. (This Is Thailand) and so at this time of year hotel staff can be seen wearing Christmas hats whilst shopping centers and malls get decked out with decorations

Christmas in UdonThani Welcome

Christmas on a Budget and New year

Rent a private Villa or Apartment in UdonThani North Thailand from 450 baht per day.

We have 1,2,3,4,5 bedroom Apartments and Villas and City Condo Rentals. Car and Motorbike rentals as well. The Villas can be rented from 699 baht per day. Apartments from 399 baht per day in our Budget block. We take larger Groups in our Family suites up to 20 at 1 time.

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