Competition: What does Ramadan mean to you?

Send us a picture of life during the Holy Month for the chance to win a luxury weekend away for four

Knowledge story, The Knowledge

The Holy Month of Ramadan is a special time of year in Dubai, a period of reflection, spirituality and of charitable endeavours. In the evenings, it’s a time for families to come together, while the city is quieter and more serene during these 30 days.

This week, we want to know what Ramadan in Dubai looks like to you and your family. Whether it’s rising before dawn, making your way to prayers, doing a good deed for someone, preparing an iftar meal with your loved ones or simply enjoying a quiet moment in a beautiful location, we’re inviting you to send in your photographs to appear in an upcoming issue of Time Out Dubai.

In the spirit of the season, we’re giving something away to the best picture taken. One lucky winner will receive a two-nights’ stay and breakfast for four people in a two-bedroom pool villa at Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island Al Yamm Villa Resort, valid until December 20 2014.

For a chance to win, send us your captioned picture to or @timeoutdubai on Twitter before Tuesday July 8. The winner will be announced in the July 16 print issue of Time Out Dubai.

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