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September 2022, Virtual
September 29 2022, Virtual
With the Muslim holy month of Ramadan due to begin around 16 or 17 May, International SOS reminds travel managers and their travellers going on business trips to Muslim countries to be mindful of certain public and business etiquette tips.
During Ramadan, Muslims observing the fast refrain from eating, drinking and smoking from dawn to dusk each day. The main evening meal for breaking the fast is known as Iftar, and many Muslims also have a second meal known as Suhour, which must end before Imsak time at dawn. Daylight hours during Ramadan this year will average around 16 hours in London, 13 hours in Dubai and 12 hours in Kuala Lumpur.
To read more global International SOS advice ahead of Ramadan, click here.