Holidays in 2015 – UAE
Holidays bring in cheer to anyone. It is a time besides our regular weekends that give us an opportunity to be with our family and friends and have fun.
In the UAE, public sector workers enjoy more holidays than the employees in the private sector.
[junkie-alert style=”yellow”] Please note that UAE national holidays are based on lunar sightings. Therefore exact dates depend on moon sightings. Be aware! [/junkie-alert]
List of holidays in UAE in 2015
|Date||Day||Number of Days||Occasion|
|01-Jan||Thursday||1||New Year's Day|
|02-Jan||Friday||1||Prophet Mohammed's Birthday (PBUH)|
|16-May||Saturday||1||Lailat Al Miraj (The Prophet's Ascension)|
|18-July to 20-July||Saturday to Monday||3||Eid Al Fitr|
|24-September to 27-September||Thursday to Sunday||4||Arafat Day, Eid Al Adha|
|13-Oct||Tuesday||1||Al Hijra (Islamic New Year)|
|02-Dec||Wednesday||1||UAE National Day|
|Dec-24||Thursday||1||Prophet Mohammed's Birthday (PBUH)|
Enjoy the holidays.
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