The Ramadan in the UAE

Feel free to travel to Dubai during Ramadan, as non-Muslim tourists will not be impacted by this period. During this holy month, visitors are advised to avoid eating and drinking in public places, such as cabs or buses . However, hotels, restaurants and bars are allowed to serve food and drinks to tourists. With almost 5 million visitors in the first quarter of 2023, Dubai embraces all religions and nationalities, offering a warm and inclusive experience.
The Ramadan holiday extends for a month and coincides with Dubai's most favorable weather period, from October to May. During this time, you'll also have the opportunity to enjoy the lively and festive evenings of Iftar, the fast-breaking evening feast.