Ramadan 2023 UAE
The holy month of Ramadan 2023 in Dubai is an important time for Muslims worldwide. The Ramadan calendar 2023 Dubai includes prayer times, and Iftar and Suhoor timings. Visitors to Dubai during Ramadan can also enjoy the many events and activities, including Ramadan markets and cultural events. It is important to be respectful of the customs and traditions of the holy month during your visit.
|Ramadan Calendar 2023|
|1||Thursday, March 23|
|5:02 AM||12:28 PM||3:53 PM||6:35 PM||7:49 PM|
|2||Friday, March 24|
|5:01 AM||12:28 PM||3:53 PM||6:35 PM||7:49 PM|
|3||Saturday, March 25|
|5:00 AM||12:28 PM||3:53 PM||6:35 PM||7:50 PM|
|4||Sunday, March 26|
|4:59 AM||12:27 PM||3:53 PM||6:36 PM||7:50 PM|
|5||Monday, March 27|
|4:58 AM||12:27 PM||3:53 PM||6:36 PM||7:51 PM|
|6||Tuesday, March 28|
|4:57 AM||12:27 PM||3:53 PM||6:37 PM||7:51 PM|
|7||Wednesday, March 29|
|4:56 AM||12:26 PM||3:53 PM||6:37 PM||7:52 PM|
|8||Thursday, March 30|
|4:55 AM||12:26 PM||3:52 PM||6:38 PM||7:52 PM|
|9||Friday, March 31|
|4:54 AM||12:26 PM||3:52 PM||6:38 PM||7:53 PM|
|10||Saturday, April 01|
|4:52 AM||12:26 PM||3:52 PM||6:39 PM||7:53 PM|
|11||Sunday, April 02|
|4:51 AM||12:25 PM||3:52 PM||6:39 PM||7:54 PM|
|12||Monday, April 03|
|4:50 AM||12:25 PM||3:52 PM||6:39 PM||7:54 PM|
|13||Tuesday, April 04|
|4:49 AM||12:25 PM||3:52 PM||6:40 PM||7:55 PM|
|14||Wednesday, April 05 2023||4:48 AM||12:24 PM||3:51 PM||6:40 PM||7:55 PM|
|15||Thursday, April 06|
|4:47 AM||12:24 PM||3:51 PM||6:41 PM||7:56 PM|
|16||Friday, April 07|
|4:46 AM||12:24 PM||3:51 PM||6:41 PM||7:57 PM|
|17||Saturday, April 08|
|4:45 AM||12:24 PM||3:51 PM||6:42 PM||7:57 PM|
|18||Sunday, April 09|
|4:43 AM||12:23 PM||3:51 PM||6:42 PM||7:58 PM|
|19||Monday, April 10|
|4:42 AM||12:23 PM||3:50 PM||6:43 PM||7:58 PM|
|20||Tuesday, April 11|
|4:41 AM||12:23 PM||3:50 PM||6:43 PM||7:59 PM|
|21||Wednesday, April 12|
|4:40 AM||12:22 PM||3:50 PM||6:43 PM||8:00 PM|
|22||Thursday, April 13|
|4:39 AM||12:22 PM||3:50 PM||6:44 PM||8:00 PM|
|23||Friday, April 14|
|4:38 AM||12:22 PM||3:49 PM||6:44 PM||8:01 PM|
|24||Saturday, April 15|
|4:37 AM||12:22 PM||3:49 PM||6:45 PM||8:01 PM|
|25||Sunday, April 16|
|4:36 AM||12:21 PM||3:49 PM||6:45 PM||8:02 PM|
|26||Monday, April 17|
|4:35 AM||12:21 PM||3:49 PM||6:46 PM||8:03 PM|
|27||Tuesday, April 18|
|4:33 AM||12:21 PM||3:48 PM||6:46 PM||8:03 PM|
|28||Wednesday, April 19|
|4:32 AM||12:21 PM||3:48 PM||6:47 PM||8:04 PM|
|29||Thursday, April 20||4:31 AM||12:21 PM||3:48 PM||6:47 PM||8:05 PM|
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FAQ About Ramadan 2023 Dubai
What is the significance of Ramadan for Muslims?
Ramadan is considered the holiest month for Muslims as it is the month in which the Quran was first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It is a time of spiritual reflection, self-discipline, and charity.
Do I have to fast during Ramadan if I am not Muslim?
Fasting during Ramadan is only required for Muslims. However, non-Muslims are expected to be respectful of those who are fasting and avoid eating or drinking in public during fasting hours.
Can I visit Dubai during Ramadan?
Yes, you can visit Dubai during Ramadan. However, it is important to be respectful of the customs and traditions of the holy month. This includes dressing modestly and avoiding public displays of affection.
Are restaurants and cafes open during Ramadan?
Restaurants and cafes in Dubai are open during Ramadan, but many may have different opening hours or special menus for Iftar and Suhoor. It is important to check with the restaurant or café beforehand
Can I drink water during fasting hours?
No, Muslims are not allowed to eat or drink anything, including water, during fasting hours. However, it is important to stay hydrated before and after fasting hours.