Posted by Hatka Hatnaa Posted on 12:21:00 PM
During Ramadan many if not most Muslims will neither eat nor drink during the daytime and
consequently many cafes, restaurants and even shops will open only after sunset; public eating, drinking and smoking by tourists may upset the locals. In one Muslim country the only alcohol served to us during our visit was from a teapot into tea cups in a first class hotel.Furthermore service personnel may be missing, careless or irritable during the daytime The last day of Ramadan, known as Idd al Fitr, can be a wild time with much celebrating, depending on location.Dates depend on the full moon rising in your location so they may differ by one day depending on where you plan to be.In 2017 Ramadan will start on the 27 May and will continue for 30 days until the 25 of June.In 2018 Ramadan will start on the 16 May and will continue for 30 days until the 14 of June.
In 2019 Ramadan will start on the 6 May and will continue for 30 days until the 4 of June.