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Commemorates King Naresuan's victorious elephant duel against the Burmese Uparaja, calculated to be in 1593 Naresuan was born in the city of Phitsanulok on April 25, 1555.

On 14 January every year is The National Forest Conservation Day of Thailand for environment to conserve.

This is in commemoration of a spontaneous gathering of 1,250 Sangha followers came to meet Lord Buddha 9 months after his first enlightenment.

In Thailand, Teacher's Day on January 16th is a school holiday. This day is an occasion for pupils to make merit for their teachers. Teachers are highly worshipped in Thailand for their knownledge.

New Year's Day is the first day of the year, January 1st.Since several decades, the westerner New Year's day is also a public holiday in Thailand.