Things to Do and Not To Do during Ramadan in Saudi Arabia

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The month of good fortune Ramadan has begun in Saudi Arabia and throughout the world. It is the ninth month of the Hijri calendar. Holy Ramadan is a month of fasting, self-control, and charity, as well as the revelation of the Holy Qur’an.

Things to keep in mind while Ramadan in Saudi Arabia :

1. In Saudi Arabia, working hours for Muslims in the private and public sectors are reduced to 6 hours per day or 36 hours per week during Ramadan; however, all companies provide the same working hours for non-Muslims.

2. During the Holy Month of Ramadan, smoking and chewing gum are prohibited in public places, particularly during the fasting period, which runs from sunrise to sunset.

3. Non-Muslims working in Saudi Arabia should eat their breakfast and lunch in a private location or at home during the fasting period, rather than in public places, work places, or offices.

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4. Non-Muslims must respect Muslims’ fasting. During the holy month of Ramadan, it is forbidden to eat or drink in public from sunrise to sunset.

5. During Ramadan, restaurants must be closed during the day; they must open just before sunset and close before Fajr prayer.

6. During the month of Ramadan, all banks, offices, remittance centers, businesses, and shopping malls will change their hours.

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