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Holidays And Serving / Selling Alcohol ?

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Mostly all of us now there are many holidays in Thailand but some are different because on these days it's prohibited selling or serving beer and/or other spirits.

Which are these special days i know for shure one of them is the kings birthday and the other days ???

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With the current development in Thailand, selling of alcohol will most likely be prohibited for good.

Tilapia.

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My wife tells me the Kings birthday is a great drinking day and it is possible to purchase spirits.

Big Buddaha is the big NO-NO for spirits!

You also have the no selling from 2-5 PM which may or may not be in place,

the old gasser

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Hi Frank.................................today is a no-booze day, and of course not a drop will pass my lips. There are three BIG Buddha days a year when it's strictly forbidden to serve alcohol. The Kings birthday is also a no-go day for drinkers. Also there are election days, when booze is not allowed between 18.00 the day before and midnight on voting day. But as a previous poster put it, it is also against the law to sell booze between 14.00 & 17.00 and after mid-night until 11.00am. There is a notice on my pub wall to enforce that law.

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