Experience Ramadan and Eid at ours

Join us in Abu Dhabi this Ramadan and enjoy a holiday full of reflection, celebration and cultural delights.

Experience the lively energy of Abu Dhabi during Ramadan. The city bursts with life during the holy month, particularly after sunset, bringing unique activities and exclusive experiences to residents and visitors.

You can expect cultural celebrations, thrilling outdoor adventures, brilliant retail offers and incredible food!

Indulge in delicious cuisine at unique Ramadan tents designed for your entertainment. Take part in special community festivities and events or explore the city's impressive shopping scene. Whatever you have in mind for a holiday, we promise you, Abu Dhabi's got it - and Ramadan makes it even more special!

A culinary celebration of the holy month

Two things bring people together during Ramadan: a sense of community and food. Explore a variety of exclusive culinary events tailored for Ramadan, showcasing the diversity of Abu Dhabi’s food scene and highlighting the city's cultural richness. From communal iftars to intimate suhoors, these events unite people to celebrate the spirit of togetherness. Experience the warmth of community as you indulge in a culinary journey that will leave both your appetite and your soul satisfied.

Indulge in exclusive Ramadan feasts

Layali Ramadan
Layali Ramadan is back! Join us for a season of culture and shopping this Ramadan. Explore our list of unmissable events and activations with special products and offers calling your name.

Ramadan Arcade

Enjoy an evening of fun and culture at our Ramadan Arcade community event at Manarat Al Saadiyat, where arcade games meet special cultural performances for the ultimate experience.

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Frequently asked questions about Abu Dhabi.

Yes! Abu Dhabi is an ideal holiday destination year-round. In Ramadan, the city comes to life with a variety of exclusive events, offers and experiences you wouldn't want to miss.

Yes, all shopping centres, restaurants and venues operate as usual during Ramadan. Visitors can expect longer operating hours across some destinations as the city comes alive after sunset.