Ramadan 2019

Essential information, timings, holidays, iftars, suhoors and more during Ramadan
Ramadan 2019

From traditional tents to authentic Emirati dishes

From mezze to meat platters, these suhoors come in at under Dhs100

Budget ways to break your fast in Dubai tonight

Break your fast at sea or in a revolving restaurant

From beachside restaurants to Dubai Fountain views

Top-notch buffets to try across Dubai

Iftar of the day: Imperium at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray
Iftar of the day 2019

Sponsored: An opulent option for iftar

Where to break the fast this year – from traditional buffet to set menus

From healthy buffets to five-course plant-based meals

See stunning 'light calligraphy' by top artists at The Dubai Mall
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You’ll also have the chance to create your own calligraphy print

Where to go in the city in the early hours of the morning

Ramadan opening times for non-Muslims who are not fasting

Eight iftars and suhoors to try at Palace Downtown this Ramadan
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Eight iftars to try this Ramadan with Jumeirah – from traditional tents to family favourites
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Where to break the fast this Ramadan

Where to break the fast this Ramadan

Where to break the fast this Ramadan

Iftar of the day: The Palmery at Jumeirah Al Naseem
Iftar of the day 2019

Sponsored: Unique setting overlooking the Gulf and Burj Al Arab Jumeirah

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