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The Suggested Dates And Times For Ramadan Are In: Here’s What You Need To Know

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The beginning of the Holy Month of Ramadan depends on a moon-sighting, so while exact dates haven’t been revealed, astronomers can make a close guess.

And experts predict Ramadan will begin on Monday, May 6 and in accordance with those dates, both the KHDA, some malls and the Roads and Transport Authority (TRA) announced their timings.

School timings have been reduced

For the duration of the Holy Month, classes will start by 8.30am and finish by 1.30pm

The following malls have announced timings for Ramadan

Mall of the Emirates

Ramadan and Eid Timings (May 6- June 7)

Shops: 10am to 2am

F&B: 10am to 2am

City Centre Mirdif

Shops: 10am to 2am

F&B: 10am to 3am

City Centre Deira

Shops: 10am to 1am

F&B: 10am to 2am

Last 10 days of Ramadan + EID:

Shops: until 2am

F&B: until 3am

*For malls listed above, the food court will be open for dine-in throughout Ramadan, however – restaurants (both in the food court and individual restaurants) have the option to serve during the day or just after iftar.

The RTA also announced service timings during Ramadan

Dubai Bus will run from 4.25am (Gold Souq) to 12.25am (following day)

Dubai Tram will run from 6am to 1am (following day) Saturday – Thursday and 9am to 1am on Friday

Dubai Metro will run from 5am to midnight on weekdays and from 10am to 1am on weekends

Split parking will apply. First shift – 8am – 6pm. Second shift – 8pm – 12am

See here for the full schedule

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