Where Dubai is advance in technology, innovation and invention so how it can be far to set the dates of holidays on the calendar of the upcoming year 2019 to enjoy the fun in advance while settling the plans for the list of things to do in 2019. Visitors and residents are fed up to visit in June and July, they love to visit in the winter season. As the planner’s list is not short ever to visit in Dubai so start planning about tours and trips you want to visit in Dubai. What to do list also includes car hire in Dubai, hotel accommodation and flights reservations.
Planned calendar and merriments
Before the start of 2019, it is when, 2018 is at the edge of its ending, and it is time to start symbolizing your calendars with dates of 2019 holidays going to happen in the UAE. Exact dates of Islamic festivities fluctuate every year because it depends on moon sightings so these are possibly not fixed dates that are 100% confirmed but it is best to get hints when we are going to have major events to fall.
Major expected events’ dates
Major expected events according to Islamic Country; Ramadan is guessed to start on 4th May, in this regard Eid ul Fitr is expected to be held on 4th June. For the time being the dates of Eid ul Adha could hint with a three-day celebration which is supposed to be held on Monday 12th August 2019. That means Hijri New Year’s Day is probable to come about on Sunday, September 1 2019. You can see the full list of predicted UAE public holidays for 2019 given below with the caution that might be dating are going to change.
List of expected holidays
Following is the list of expected holidays to be held in 2019.
- Tuesday, January 1st 2019: New Year’s Day.
- Wednesday, April 3rd 2019: Isra’a Wal Mi’raj (Prophet’s Risen call to Arsh)
- Monday, May 6th 2019: Start of Ramadan (probable day)
- Tuesday, June 4th 2019: Eid Al-Fitr (expected)
- Sunday, August 11th 2019: Yaum e Arafat (Hajj) Day
- Monday, August 12th 2019: Eid Al-Adha
- Friday, August 30th 2019: Hijri 1440 expected (Islamic New Year).
- Sunday, November 10th 2019: Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) date of birth.
- Saturday, November 30th 2019: UAE Remembrance Day
- Monday, December 2nd 2019: UAE National Day
Authentic dates are going to decide as per moon sighting and may vary from the date given so no need to fix on what is said it was just a predicted knowledge to guess about the 2019 public holidays in the UAE.