With the Eid al Adha public holiday officially over, many of us have returned to work and some may already be wondering when the next public holiday is. If that someone is you – don’t worry, we’re not judging, and we think you’d like the list below which features all of the remaining public holidays in the UAE for the year.
The remaining UAE public holidays for 2020 are as follows:
Islamic New Year
The Hijri New Year will take place on Muharram 1, which is expected to take place on either Wednesday, Aug. 19, or Thursday, Aug. 20.
Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday
Prophet Muhammed’s birthday will fall on the 12th day of the Islamic month of Rabi’ Al Awwal, which is expected to take place on either Wednesday, Oct. 28, or Thursday, Oct. 29 of this year.
Commemoration Day and National Day
Commemoration Day will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 1, with National Day set to take place from Wednesday, Dec. 2 to Thursday, Dec. 3.
Right then, we’ll leave you to plan your next staycation and, don’t worry, this week will fly by and the weekend will be here soon.
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