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Shopping hours during Ramadan? (Souqs and other shopping)

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Shopping hours during Ramadan? (Souqs and other shopping)

I know there are rules in place during Ramadan. But can anyone tell me what the Souqs hours are like during Ramadan? Also, if you have other recommendations for shopping during Ramadan?

Thanks a bunch!

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1. Re: Shopping hours during Ramadan? (Souqs and other shopping)

Souq Waqif - Shops selling spices and other goods will generally be open from 10am to 1pm, and then again from 7pm to midnight. Souq Waqif restaurants open by 6 p.m. until midnight. Tajine Restaurant, 5:30pm to 1:30am; Le Gourmet, 6:30pm to 1am; Al Bandar, 6pm to midnight; Damasca One, 6pm to 2:30am (including Suhoor).

Most of the major supermarkets open between 8a.m to 9a.m. and are open until 12p.m. to 1 p.m.

Fridays most of them are open in the morning until 11.30a.m/12.30 a.m and then again opens after an hour.

All restaurants will be open after Iftar everyday.

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