UAE Eid ul Fitr 2024: Long 9 Days Holidays

As the extended weekend kicks off in the UAE, residents can anticipate a festive extravaganza during the upcoming Eid ul Fitr celebrations. With a prolonged duration of nine days, this year’s festivities promise to be nothing short of spectacular.

Commencing on March 11, the week-long Ramadan period is set to bring spiritual reflection and communal harmony. According to astrologers, this aligns with the Islamic calendar, marking the end of Ramadan on April 9. If this holds accurate, private and public sector employees in the UAE can enjoy a well-deserved break spanning nine days.

In the Islamic calendar, Ramadan begins on the 29th day of Rajab (April 8, Monday) and concludes on the 3rd day of Shawwal (April 12, Friday), allowing for the Eid ul Fitr celebrations. As the last day of Ramadan falls on April 8, Tuesday, Eid ul Fitr will kick off on April 9 and continue until Saturday, April 12.

This extended Eid ul Fitr break, spanning four days, provides an opportune moment for individuals to relax, unwind, and celebrate the festive season with friends and family. It’s a time to cherish the joyous moments and create lasting memories.

The subsequent public holiday in 2024 after Eid ul Fitr is anticipated to be Eid al Adha, expected in the latter part of the year. The four-day break will allow residents to rejuvenate and enjoy a short vacation.

For a comprehensive list of public holidays in the UAE for the year 2024, refer to the following dates:

  • January 1 (Monday): New Year’s Day
  • April 8 (Monday): Eid ul Fitr break begins
  • April 9 (Tuesday): Eid ul Fitr
  • April 10 (Wednesday): Eid ul Fitr
  • April 11 (Thursday): Eid ul Fitr
  • April 12 (Friday): Eid ul Fitr
  • June 15 (Saturday): Arafat Day
  • June 16 (Sunday): Eid al Adha
  • June 17 (Monday): Eid al Adha
  • June 18 (Tuesday): Eid al Adha
  • July 7 (Sunday): Islamic New Year
  • September 15 (Sunday): Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday
  • December 1 (Sunday): Commemoration Day
  • December 2 (Monday): National Day
  • December 3 (Tuesday): National Day break

This comprehensive schedule will assist residents in planning their vacations and making the most of the upcoming public holidays.

In conclusion, as the UAE gears up for the extensive Eid ul Fitr celebrations, residents can anticipate a well-deserved break filled with festivities and relaxation. It’s a time to rejoice, connect with loved ones, and create cherished memories that will last a lifetime.

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