Exploring what a typical day during Ramadan in Dubai looks like.
Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is expected to begin on 6 June 2016. The Holy month is a time when the otherwise frenetic pace of the city takes a slow, deep breath. See a whole new side to the city, spend Ramadan in Dubai.
A matter of respect
Ramadan asks that non-Muslims pay respect to those fasting. Eating, drinking or smoking in public are to be avoided. Most restaurants remain open, serving behind screens until sundown and businesses work less hours, to accommodate more family time and time for prayer.