UAE Public Holidays in 2023: Long Weekends in April June and December

It is only human to check the next public holiday after the one that just finished. Who can blame you to check when will be your next day off especially when you get to have enough rest or fun during these public holidays in Dubai. After all, we all work hard and we deserve to have a long break from time to time.

Sunset, Nissan Armada and Desert Camping

The most recent one we had was the UAE Commemoration Day which falls on the 30th of November clubbed with the UAE's 51st National Day last 2-3 of December. We had a four-day weekend since it was announced that the UAE public holiday will be from 1-4 December.

Dubai Desert Camping

Baby Bela at Al Sufouh Beach Jumeirah Dubai

My family together with our friends went desert and beach camping during the first two days. Then my family and I stayed home for the next two days to rest, do some of the household work, and put up the Christmas tree. It was a very relaxing long weekend indeed.

Christmas Tree

So, when is the next public holiday in UAE? 

Here's the full list of UAE public holidays in 2023

UAE Public Holidays in 2023

There will be a total of 14 public holidays in UAE in 2023. There will be two to three long weekends the next year. Eid Al Fitr is four days and Eid Al Adha seems like it is going to be five days and probably the one of Commemoration and UAE National Day which will be three days.

The exact date on which the first two public holidays begin at the sighting of the moon will be announced by the government.

There you have it, we can now all plan our holidays next year. 

My Yellow Bells

Carla is a lifestyle blogger based in Dubai who's thankful to call this ever-evolving city her second home. The pages of this blog are filled with stories about her expat life in the sandpit. It features dining and travel adventures in and around the city and beyond. It also features food recipes, parenting tips, and fashion style.

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