DUBAI – There are at least nine big holidays in store for UAE residents in 2018, with some guaranteeing at least two days of no work for most people.
Of course certain holidays are subject to change based on moon sightings, and days off work varies between employees in the private and public sector.
With that in mind, here’s a look at the holidays to expect and when you can book your calendar:
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