I guess everyone in this world wait for holidays to spend some time alone, or with families to relax and regain their strength to start working or studying again with a new passion and energy. People in U.A.E. also anxiously wait for the holidays as well. As one of the most happiest counties in the world, people living in U.A.E. got more time to have fun and relax. There are a lot of activities going on each and every day of the year in UAE and the best part is, everyone enjoys it. By the way, there’s no change in the number of holidays in 2015 when you compare the holidays in 2014.
Following are the public and private sector UAE Holidays for year 2015:
|Occasion||Date||Day||Duration (No. of Days)|
|New Year’s Day||Jan 1||Thursday||1|
|Prophet Mohammed’s Birthday* (PBUH)||Jan 3||Saturday||1|
|Israa & Miaraj Night*||May 16||Saturday||1|
|Beginning of Ramadan*||Jun 18||Thursday||0|
|Eid Al Fitr*||Jul 18||Sat/Sun/Mon||3|
|Arafat (Haj) Day*||Sep 24||Thursday||1|
|Eid Al Adha*||Sept 25||Sat/Sun/Mon||3|
|Hijri New Year’s Day*||Oct 15||Thursday||1|
|UAE National Day||Dec 2||Thursday||2|
|*Islamic holiday exact dates are subject to moon sighting and may differ from the date given|
My life in Dubai revolves around just one thing and that is work. Yes, and whenever I get the time, I really escape and try to travel or roam around U.A.E. Spending time with friends is always amazing and fun. I hope you all have wonderful holidays in year 2015.