Your question: How do people in Thailand say Merry Christmas?

Since Christmas did not exist in Thai culture, as often, the English word is used to call the event. … And so to say “Merry Christmas” in Thai, you can say suk san wan Christmas. In Thai language, it is written: สุขสันต์วันคริสต์มาส So “suk san wan Christmas” to you and your families !

What is Santa Claus called in Thailand?

List of gift-bringers

Nation Old man
Thailand ซานตาคลอส (Santa Claus)
Turkey Noel Baba (Father Christmas) or Grandfather Gaxan (Alevi areas) 1 January
Turkmenistan Aýaz baba
Ukraine Святий Миколай (Sviatyj Mykolaj) (St Nicholas), Дід Мороз (Did Moroz) (Grandfather Frost)

What can I say instead of Christmas?

2-Word Alternatives to Merry Christmas

  • celebrate Christmas.
  • Christmas greetings.
  • Christmas blessings.
  • Christmas joy.
  • festive greetings.
  • happy Christmas.
  • happy Festivus (from Seinfeld)
  • happy holidays.

How do you say Merry Christmas without saying it?

Other Ways of Saying “Merry Christmas”

  1. As always, what a blessing you are!
  2. Celebrate this holiday with a lot of fun, excitement, and surprises.
  3. Glad tidings to your jolly soul.
  4. Enjoy some holiday magic on me.
  5. Have a cuddly Christmas.
  6. Have your best Christmas ever!
  7. Have yourself a merry little Christmas.

What word can I use instead of Christmas?

What is another word for Christmas season?

yuletide Christmas
Noel Christmastime
Xmas Christmastide
Yuletide Crimbo
Yule Chrimbo

Is Christmas a good time to go to Thailand?

December is one of the peak tourism months in Thailand, with great weather all around the country. Temperatures are, for the most part, comfortable, without being too hot or too cold. There’s little to no rainfall and the beaches catch lots of sun. There are several national holidays during this month.

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