UAE Ramadan 2019 Calendar: Iftar and Suhoor & Prayer Timings

Ramadan is a month of blessings for Muslims all over the world. Ramadan 2019 in UAE will most likely start from the 6th of May according to astronomical visions.

Ibrahim Al Jarwan, a member of the Arab Union for Space and Astronomy Sciences, said in a statement to Emirates that Monday, May 6, will be the first day of the holy month of Ramadan.

The astronomer Ibrahim Al-Jarwan said that the crescent of Ramadan is expected to be born on May 5 at 2:46 pm UAE time, when the sun sets at 5 degrees from the western horizon and is 30 minutes away from the sunset. Will be possible, and therefore will be Monday, May 6, 2019, the month of Ramadan according to the standards of astronomical vision.

During the month of Ramadan, the highest temperatures are 41, the minimum temperature is 23, the relative humidity is between 75% to 22%, the average wind speed is 24 kilometers per hour and the rainfall is rare during this time of year.

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The length of the day ranges between 13 hours and 10 minutes at the beginning of the holy month and between 13 hours and 40 minutes in the end.

Ramzan Calender

Date Fajr Sunrise Zhuhr Asr Sunset Maghrib Isha Imsak Midnight
01 Ramaḍān, 1440 (06 May, 2019) 04:37 (+04) 05:45 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:45 (+04) 18:54 (+04) 18:54 (+04) 20:01 (+04) 04:27 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
02 Ramaḍān, 1440 (07 May, 2019) 04:36 (+04) 05:44 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:45 (+04) 18:55 (+04) 18:55 (+04) 20:02 (+04) 04:26 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
03 Ramaḍān, 1440 (08 May, 2019) 04:36 (+04) 05:43 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:45 (+04) 18:55 (+04) 18:55 (+04) 20:03 (+04) 04:26 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
04 Ramaḍān, 1440 (09 May, 2019) 04:35 (+04) 05:43 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:45 (+04) 18:56 (+04) 18:56 (+04) 20:03 (+04) 04:25 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
05 Ramaḍān, 1440 (10 May, 2019) 04:34 (+04) 05:42 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:44 (+04) 18:56 (+04) 18:56 (+04) 20:04 (+04) 04:24 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
06 Ramaḍān, 1440 (11 May, 2019) 04:33 (+04) 05:41 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:44 (+04) 18:57 (+04) 18:57 (+04) 20:05 (+04) 04:23 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
07 Ramaḍān, 1440 (12 May, 2019) 04:33 (+04) 05:41 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:44 (+04) 18:57 (+04) 18:57 (+04) 20:05 (+04) 04:23 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
08 Ramaḍān, 1440 (13 May, 2019) 04:32 (+04) 05:40 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:44 (+04) 18:58 (+04) 18:58 (+04) 20:06 (+04) 04:22 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
09 Ramaḍān, 1440 (14 May, 2019) 04:31 (+04) 05:40 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:44 (+04) 18:58 (+04) 18:58 (+04) 20:07 (+04) 04:21 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
10 Ramaḍān, 1440 (15 May, 2019) 04:31 (+04) 05:39 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:43 (+04) 18:59 (+04) 18:59 (+04) 20:07 (+04) 04:21 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
11 Ramaḍān, 1440 (16 May, 2019) 04:30 (+04) 05:39 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:43 (+04) 18:59 (+04) 18:59 (+04) 20:08 (+04) 04:20 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
12 Ramaḍān, 1440 (17 May, 2019) 04:29 (+04) 05:38 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:43 (+04) 19:00 (+04) 19:00 (+04) 20:09 (+04) 04:19 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
13 Ramaḍān, 1440 (18 May, 2019) 04:29 (+04) 05:38 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:43 (+04) 19:00 (+04) 19:00 (+04) 20:09 (+04) 04:19 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
14 Ramaḍān, 1440 (19 May, 2019) 04:28 (+04) 05:38 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:43 (+04) 19:01 (+04) 19:01 (+04) 20:10 (+04) 04:18 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
15 Ramaḍān, 1440 (20 May, 2019) 04:28 (+04) 05:37 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:43 (+04) 19:01 (+04) 19:01 (+04) 20:11 (+04) 04:18 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
16 Ramaḍān, 1440 (21 May, 2019) 04:27 (+04) 05:37 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:43 (+04) 19:02 (+04) 19:02 (+04) 20:11 (+04) 04:17 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
17 Ramaḍān, 1440 (22 May, 2019) 04:27 (+04) 05:36 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:02 (+04) 19:02 (+04) 20:12 (+04) 04:17 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
18 Ramaḍān, 1440 (23 May, 2019) 04:26 (+04) 05:36 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:03 (+04) 19:03 (+04) 20:13 (+04) 04:16 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
19 Ramaḍān, 1440 (24 May, 2019) 04:26 (+04) 05:36 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:03 (+04) 19:03 (+04) 20:13 (+04) 04:16 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
20 Ramaḍān, 1440 (25 May, 2019) 04:25 (+04) 05:35 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:04 (+04) 19:04 (+04) 20:14 (+04) 04:15 (+04) 00:19 (+04)
21 Ramaḍān, 1440 (26 May, 2019) 04:25 (+04) 05:35 (+04) 12:19 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:04 (+04) 19:04 (+04) 20:14 (+04) 04:15 (+04) 00:20 (+04)
22 Ramaḍān, 1440 (27 May, 2019) 04:24 (+04) 05:35 (+04) 12:20 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:05 (+04) 19:05 (+04) 20:15 (+04) 04:14 (+04) 00:20 (+04)
23 Ramaḍān, 1440 (28 May, 2019) 04:24 (+04) 05:35 (+04) 12:20 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:05 (+04) 19:05 (+04) 20:16 (+04) 04:14 (+04) 00:20 (+04)
24 Ramaḍān, 1440 (29 May, 2019) 04:24 (+04) 05:34 (+04) 12:20 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:05 (+04) 19:05 (+04) 20:16 (+04) 04:14 (+04) 00:20 (+04)
25 Ramaḍān, 1440 (30 May, 2019) 04:23 (+04) 05:34 (+04) 12:20 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:06 (+04) 19:06 (+04) 20:17 (+04) 04:13 (+04) 00:20 (+04)
26 Ramaḍān, 1440 (31 May, 2019) 04:23 (+04) 05:34 (+04) 12:20 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:06 (+04) 19:06 (+04) 20:17 (+04) 04:13 (+04) 00:20 (+04)
27 Ramaḍān, 1440 (01 June, 2019) 04:23 (+04) 05:34 (+04) 12:20 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:07 (+04) 19:07 (+04) 20:18 (+04) 04:13 (+04) 00:20 (+04)
28 Ramaḍān, 1440 (02 June, 2019) 04:23 (+04) 05:34 (+04) 12:20 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:07 (+04) 19:07 (+04) 20:19 (+04) 04:13 (+04) 00:20 (+04)
29 Ramaḍān, 1440 (03 June, 2019) 04:22 (+04) 05:34 (+04) 12:21 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:08 (+04) 19:08 (+04) 20:19 (+04) 04:12 (+04) 00:21 (+04)
30 Ramaḍān, 1440 (04 June, 2019) 04:22 (+04) 05:34 (+04) 12:21 (+04) 15:42 (+04) 19:08 (+04) 19:08 (+04) 20:20 (+04) 04:12 (+04) 00:21 (+04)

Ramzan in UAE

The Ramadan is a great time to visit UAE, especially for those interested in learning more about UAE’s local culture and traditions, in a different pace of life, evening breakfasts, and hotels offering value-added services.

Apart from the world-famous wonders of the emirate, from the beaches of the sun and desert dunes to the stunning architecture, Ramadan’s experience can give you a whole new perspective on the city.

During the days of Ramzan, the atmosphere is quieter and working hours for restaurants, shops and attractions may vary because people are fasting. At sunset, guns are fired from various locations throughout the city, including near Burj Khalifa and City Walk, to announce the start of the breakfast.

Then the city is alive, as people go to their families and friends, or to tents and restaurants that are well decorated, for the sake of get-to-gathers and exchanging conversations. These meetings may continue until the early hours of dawn, as the day fast begins after the suhoor meal.

On the other hand, Dubai is a wonderful city and known as “The Wonderful City” because of its hotels and luxury residences, and to enjoy the city’s best experience, Atlantis The Palm and Burj Al Arab on Jumeirah Beach are among the best places to enjoy an unforgettable experience.

Another option is that the Golden Sands Hotel chain in Bur Dubai is popular and usually has swimming pools, far from the coast, but in a central area, easy to reach and affordable.

Dubai has two airports located opposite the city, Al Maktoum International Airport, DWC, Dubai is easily accessible from Dubai International Airport through a variety of taxis, private transport, bus, and even underground trains.

Commodities of Ramzan arrived

The first batch of food commodities started from the requirements of the month of Ramadan to reach merchants’ warehouses in order to start distributing them to the various outlets. More than 3,400 tons of various foodstuffs arrived, while a number of traders confirmed that Abu Dhabi markets have become a magnet for traders.

Traders said that the first batch of food commodities included various varieties, including 1200 tons of rice, 900 tons of flour, 900 tons of sugar and 400 tons of canned goods, adding that there was no increase in the prices of wholesale goods, where the price of 450 grams Of tea is AED 9, 200 gram is 3.2 AED, the price of two kilograms of white sugar is 4.50 AED, 5 kg of rice is 31.15 AED, 1.8 liters of corn oil is 13.75 AED, 1.8 liter of sunflower oil is 17.95 AED and 10 kg Flour of AED 15.75, milk 2.25 kg 30 dirhams, 1.75 liters of juice of 9.5 dirhams, and 1.5 liters of mineral drinking water of 1.25 dirhams.

There is no rise in prices during the current period, as most of the traders have prepared their stores. There is an increase in imports, with 300 tons of rice, 200 tons of sugar, 300 tons of flour and 200 tons. Tons of canned goods, pointing out that there are shipments of tons in the way of access.

Traders aim not to monopolize Ramadan goods or other basic food items. However, the rush of consumers on certain commodities at the same time reduces their availability in the markets.

Ramadan, which is a season for profit making, to increase consumer demand for basic foodstuffs in a short period of time, pointing out that there are obstacles that may be faced by wholesalers and importers, such as high charges for transport and shipping in imports, a Blame the retailers as a result of higher wholesale prices.

Places to Visit in Ramzan

Jumeirah City Council

The Jumeirah City Council, which meets the needs of all during the holy month of Ramadan, is an ideal place for breakfast and Suhoor.

Through its elegant design with authentic Arabian details, every detail in this Council embodies the magic of the holy month.

Whether it is a celebration for two or a larger group, Jumeirah’s renowned hospitality and excellence in dining are guaranteed during the holy month of Ramadan.

Queen Elizabeth 2 Floating Hotel

If you are looking for a different Ramadan breakfast, just head to Port Rashid, where Queen Elizabeth 2 Floating Hotel, which offers the first floating breakfast experience of its kind in Dubai.

On board this giant vessel, which will host breakfast buffets throughout the month of Ramadan, the board offers an Arabian buffet filled with traditional Emirati dishes, Middle Eastern flavors, fresh salads, live cooking stations, delicious mezze dishes, and delicious pastries.

A La Turca Restaurant

A La Turca Restaurant restaurant is located inside the Rixos The Palm, offering guests a variety of Turkish and Oriental delicacies that attract many during Ramadan.
In the hall or on the terrace, Turkish delicacies and kebabs can be enjoyed with delicious Turkish delicacies such as kibbe and yogurt, as well as the inspired meats from the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea.

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Luxury Bulgari Yacht Club Restaurant in Dubai

This year’s Bulgari is a jewel of the month of the holy month, welcoming you with exceptional evenings. The resort combines the elegance of the Bulgari design with the style and flavors of the Arabian Peninsula, and will move forward At a steady pace, he established himself as the most recent address for visitors to live the spirit of the holy month of Ramadan.

The Bulgari Restaurant, which offers an exceptional blend of modern Arabic flavors and familiar flavors with the magical touches of Bulgari, will be transformed into a place of no less than two elegance, with a relaxed atmosphere. Guests will enjoy a spectacular view of the world’s first marina and yacht club with the Bulgari brand.

Restaurant Al Nafoorah

The most delicious Lebanese specialties and mezzees in Ramadan are presented to you at the Al Nafoorah restaurant.
A warm and intimate ambiance from the charm of the Orient is provided by the guests’ place combined with the finest flavors of Lebanese dishes prepared with great hospitality and Lebanese hospitality.

BBQ Donut boats

The Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club offers its guests an exceptional opportunity to experience an exceptional breakfast experience that allows them to have a special breakfast while floating on a floating boat at the BBQ Donut Restaurant and to enjoy the spectacular views of the Creek.

The exceptional restaurant, which has a range of 8 people, features a comfortable design and a table in the center decorated in traditional colors, in keeping with the festive atmosphere of the holy month.

Management ensures that the guests to spend the most beautiful time while savoring a selection of dishes rich in flavors of the Middle East. The meal includes a variety of appetizers Kalashish Tawouk and lamb, falafel, kebabs, and patties, and ends the experience with a variety of fruit and delicious pastries.

Asateer Tent

There is nothing more wonderful than the Asateer Legacy at the Atlantis Palm Hotel to celebrate Ramadan and its nights with a warm and intimate beauty accompanied by friends.

The Asateer randan Tent is one of Ramadan’s distinctive sign of the Palm Islan, with it’s the romantic oriental atmosphere and its delicious Ramadan breakfasts, with the finest Arabic Oriental dishes, including a night of summer and evening.

Atlantis Palm Resort Ramadan Tent

The “Legends” tent at the Atlantis Palm Resort in Dubai this Ramadan offers us a fresh look, which includes the addition of gourmet cuisine by renowned chef Gordon Ramsay from the Post Street Kitchen.

During the holy month of Ramadan, the tent will offer an open table for Iftar and Sohour, serving specially prepared dishes for the month of Ramadan, and celebrates, in particular, the tradition of Arabic cuisine, while offering contemporary varieties of traditional cuisine.

The tent is inspired by the ancient Arabian legends, which the tent is keen to translate into reality through its delicious meals, attractive ambiance, and its magnificent oriental decoration.

The tent features a number of giant plasma screens and PlayStation games, to be the family’s favorite legends for breakfast during the holy month of Ramadan.

Imperium Restaurant

International food lovers can enjoy a sumptuous and classic breakfast at the Imperium Restaurant inside the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray.
The hotel offers French, Italian and European cuisine in an atmosphere of luxury and fine dining and makes your holy month memorable

Bab Al Shams Resort

Leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind you and go to the tent of Ramadan in the Bab al-Shams resort and enjoy a delicious breakfast.
The ambiance of the barn reflects the warmth of Arabic hospitality and Ramadan traditions by welcoming visitors with dates and juices to break the fast and then eating the delicious dishes distributed to live cooking stations.
The breakfast includes entertainment stations from the atmosphere of Arab cultures such as parade horse and beauty, and children can see the Falcons and enjoy rids.

Ruya Dubai Restaurant

Ruya Dubai has unveiled a selection of exceptional specialties to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan. Guests will have a unique opportunity to enjoy dining with family and friends.
Throughout the month, the restaurant will welcome guests to breakfast to taste the finest dates and the most delicious dishes of the restaurant. As well as a rich selection of hot and cold appetizers prepared carefully. Guests will have the opportunity to choose from the main dishes as well as a selection of Turkish sweets.

Palace Restaurant

The Lebanese Palace Restaurant serves Dubai Marine Resort & Spa, a Ramadan breakfast buffet in a modern oriental atmosphere with views of the garden and swimming pools.
The Ramadan buffet includes Lebanese specialties from appetizers, main dishes, desserts, and Ramadan drinks.

Cova Cafe Dubai

Cova Cafe Dubai announced, Middle East’s leading Italian pasta brand, expressed its intention to launch a list of healthy menu specifically for the holy month of Ramzan.

The breakfast menu will be available daily throughout the holy month of Ramadan. Guests will enjoy a range of delicious options while spending fun times amidst its stunning ambiance and vibrant surroundings.

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Dubai International Financial Center

The Ritz-Carlton, the Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC), celebrates the holy month of Ramadan with a unique gastronomic journey across the Arabian Peninsula that combines traditional Ramadan cuisine with a modern and relaxed atmosphere.

Guests will find direct cooking stations where they can enjoy authentic taste experiences and traditional flavors of the holy month.
This year’s menu will continue to change to provide a wide range of Asian, Indian, Turkish, Lebanese, Arabic and American cuisine.

Bayside Restaurant Dubai

With a view of Dubai Water Channel, the latest tourist projects in Dubai, Bayside Restaurant offers a distinctive Ramadan experience with a varied buffet of salads, appetizers, main dishes, sweets, and Ramadan drinks.

The restaurant is decorated with oriental décor and Ramadan lanterns are spread out on the tables for the guests of the restaurant.

Palaro Restaurant Dubai

The Palaro restaurant in Conrad Dubai, the hotel in the heart of vibrant Dubai, welcomes guests with an authentic family breakfast, where the restaurant celebrates traditional Oriental Arabic dishes.

The main dishes include camel meat, Moroccan bath, and okra with meat. All options are prepared daily with fresh ingredients and appetizers, as well as a wide variety of eastern and western sweets.

Dubai Opera Breakfast

Dubai Opera offers a unique breakfast experience, where the hall turns into a distinctive Ramadan table that welcomes visitors throughout the Holy Month.

The breakfast is supervised by the Sean Connolly restaurant at Dubai Opera, where a number of delicious menus will be served to change the breakfast table each day, making the repeat visit to Dubai Opera a new experience each time.

Breakfast is accompanied by live Arabic music, a Ramadan gift shop and Eid gifts.

Buffet Board of Zaman Nights

An oriental atmosphere celebrates the Arabian tradition in the “Laila Zaman” Ramadan Council, which is held in Falcon Hall for the second time in a row at the Le Meridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Center.

The Layla Zaman Board offers an unforgettable breakfast experience including open cooking stations serving traditional Arabic and international cuisine, as well as a buffet with more than 100 varieties of cuisine.

On the menu is a selection of traditional Middle Eastern dishes, including hot and cold pastries, cuisine with grilled mutton with oriental rice, and a selection of Arabic and Western desserts.

Eat Right in Ramzan

The diet changes during the holy month of Ramadan. Switching from several meals during the day to two main meals (breakfast and suhur) may make you eat too much, in one go, with plenty of drinks and foods that may adversely affect your diet. In the digestive system.

Gastroenterologist Dr. Mohamed Khair Al-Aajeh confirmed some of the precautions for drinks, especially gaseous ones, which cause fainting and burning, as well as fried foods. They provide five important guidelines to avoid stomach acidity and bloating during the month of Ramadan.

The pregnancy needs special, especially from the nutritional point of view, and with Ramadan, women need more attention to their food.
Proper nutrition during pregnancy plays a role in reducing diseases and deaths for the mother and her baby.

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