Ramadan is the holy month of Muslims. In which they offer to fast for 30 to 29 days depending on the sighting of the moon. People offer travel prayer during this holy month. Since the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is an Islamic country, they follow certain rules and regulations during this holy month of Ramadan. So, if you are planning to have a Dubai tour or Abu Dhabi tour from 6th of May 2019 to 4th June 2019, then you will probably be visiting Dubai in the holy month of Ramadan. You will need to take care of a few things if you are planning a Dubai tour during this time of the year.
Here’s Everything You Need To Know:
What is Ramadan?
Ramadan is the holy month of the Muslim calendar, they spend this month by keeping fasts throughout the month. They keep their fast throughout the day and breaks it at sunset. They follow some rules and regulations during this time of the year. Anybody who does not follow those rules in Dubai is fined irrespective of them being non-practitioner of Islam. So, it is better to learn a few things before visiting Dubai or Abu Dhabi in the holy month of Ramadan.
Things to take care about during Ramadan:
The first thing that you should know on your Dubai tour is that not every attraction would be available during this time of the year. There would be changes in timings of different places during Ramadan. Even though, the Muslims fast during this holy month, the restaurants do open and serve food for the non-practitioners of Islam. However, the shutters are half closed so that the outsiders do not see the people eating food inside.
It is prohibited to smoke or drink in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) during the holy month of Ramadan. You have to be polite to people. You are not allowed to eat anything in public places during this month. Men and women should be properly covered. They should at least cover their shoulders and legs at least till knees. Failing of following these rules will result in a fine.
Tips For The Dubai tour in the Month of Ramadan:
There are mostly changes in timings of places during Ramadan, so, it is better to make proper planning before going to visit a certain place. You better call and check the timings and availability of the places you are willing to visit beforehand to avoid any inconvenience.
There are no belly dance shows during the month of Ramadan so, do not ask about it. Most places, do open after iftaar and you can experience the nightlife of Dubai. The benefit of planning your Dubai tour in Ramadan is that you won’t found a great crowd of tourists so you can easily visit every place.
If you follow all these guidelines, your tour to Dubai will be one of the best without any doubt. For more details and bookings,