Ramadan Kareem

ramadan kareem to everyone - on this occasion we would like to share with you the avenues working hours during the holy month:

  • the mall operating hours from 10:00 am to 2:00 am
  • restaurants and cafés: 5:00 pm to 2:00 am
  • paul: 10.00 m till 2.00 am
  • the butcher shop & grill: 12.00 pm till 2.00 am
  • ikea: morning Shift: 10.30 am till 03.30 pm - evening shift: 7.30 pm till 12.30 am
  • carrefour: 10:00 am to 1:00 am
  • most stores working hours: morning shift: 10.30 am till 4.00 pm - evening shift: 8.00 pm till 1.00 am
  • azadea group: morning shift: 0.30 am till 4.30 pm - evening shift: 8.00 pm till 1.00 am
  • habchi & chalhoub: morning shift: 10.00 am till 4.00 pm - evening shift: 8.30 pm till 12.30 am
  • al yasra group: morning shift: 10.30 am till 3.00 pm - evening shift: 8.30 pm till 12.00 am
  • banks: 10.00 am till 01:30 pm

god bless you all.

    9 Responses to “Ramadan Kareem”

    1. Ramadan Kareem to 965malls :)

      Have a great month for you and your family.

    2. 965malls says:

      Thank you TKG – same to you and yours

    3. rachel says:

      Thank you for this posting, most non-muslims are always confused on timings. However, why is it that the UAE starts Ramadan tomorrow, did Kuwait do their own thing again. Aren't they suppose to start on the same day?

    4. 965malls says:

      I was watching the news and it seems a few countries have stated today following KSA and others tomorrow

    5. newbie_12 says:

      Hi! Thank you for this :) I’m new to Kuwait…this is so helpful! I was wondering, are we allowed to dine in at the restaurants during their morning workin hours? Like the butcher shop?

    6. 965malls says:

      hi newbie_12 – during ramadan, no food is allowed in malls before sunset – it is forbidden by law, you'll have to wait till sunset

    7. newbie_12 says:

      Oh! Thank you for letting me know :)

    8. sarah says:

      HOWEVER, in countries like the UAE fast food places are open such as drive through windows and also food courts in malls are open, they cover the food court places with curtains, so take-away is OK, you just can't eat in public. Also delivery services are able to deliver food to homes. Much different country. Business goes on……I really don't understand how countries can close down food service businesses during the day for an entire month, it is too much of a financial burden on businesses.

    9. 965malls says:

      there are restaurants here that deliver food to homes and offices during ramadan – how do you think i'm managing?? as for partial food-court closure, i wish they apply it here, it's a good idea for non-fasting communities and a breather for businesses too

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