Public Holidays in Saudi Arabia

Holidays in Saudi Arabia.

Date English name Local name Remarks
1 Shawwal The Feast of the End of Ramadan Eid ul-Fitr Observed officially for 10 days, by most private institutions from 3 to 7 days.
10 Dhul-Hijjah The Feast of the End of Hajj Eid ul-Adha Observed officially for 10 days, by most private institutions from 5 to 7 days.
23 September Saudi National Day (Unification of the Kingdom) Al-Yaom Al-Watany Observed officially for 1 day, by some private institutions for 1 day.


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