Looking for a guide to UAE holidays 2019? To make travel plans for your Dubai holidays 2019 easier, here’s a full list of UAE public holidays 2019…
A guide to all the UAE holidays 2019:
It’s time to look forward to 2019 and begin making plans for all the long weekends ahead. The dates below are tentative but will give you a rough idea of when to expect time off.
New Year’s Day: Tuesday, January 1
Israa Wal Miraj: Wednesday, April 3
Start of Ramadan: Monday, May 6
Eid Al Fitr 2019: Tuesday, June 4 or Wednesday, June 5
Arafat Day: Saturday, August 10
Eid Al Adha 2019: Sunday, August 11
Hijri New Year (Islamic New Year): Sunday, September 1
Prophet’s birthday (PBUH): November 9, Saturday
Martyr’s Day (Commemoration Day): Saturday, November 30
UAE National Day 2019: Monday, December 2
Islamic holidays are subject to moon sighting and dates may change slightly. We’ll be updating this list throughout the year as dates are confirmed.