List Of Public Holidays In Qatar In 2023
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Qatar is a peninsular Arab nation with a harsh desert and a lengthy stretch of beaches and dunes along the Persian (Arab) Gulf coast. The capital of Doha, which is also on the shore, is well-known for its futuristic skyscrapers and other ultramodern buildings with ancient Islamic design influences, such the limestone Museum of Islamic Art. 

It's advisable to start planning as early as possible, whether you wish to travel farther away or take advantage of Doha's top attractions during the Qatar major holidays in 2023.

The Qatari public holidays for 2023 are listed below.

Date   Day Holiday Observance
January 1 Sunday New Year's Day   Bank holiday
February 14 Tuesday  National Sports Day  Public holiday
March 5 Sunday Early March Bank Holiday Bank Holiday
April 21  Friday Eid al-Fitr Holiday Public holiday
April 22 Saturday Eid al-Fitr Holiday Public holiday
April 23 Sunday Eid al-Fitr Holiday Public holiday
April 24  Monday Eid al-Fitr Holiday Public holiday
June 29  Thursday Eid al Adha Holiday Public holiday
June 30    Friday Eid al Adha Holiday Public holiday
July 1 Saturday Eid al Adha Holiday Public holiday
December 18 Monday National Day Public holiday

Qatar National Sports Day in 2023 will be the country's first public holiday. The holiday, which is always observed on the second Tuesday in February, was implemented in 2012. This year, February 14 will be a holiday for employees.

The observance of Eid Al Fitr falls on the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal and follows a month-long period of fasting and prayer known as Ramadan. Although the precise dates will be determined by moon sightings. It is expected that Eid Al Fitr will begin on Thursday, April 20 in the evening. In observance of the holiday, all private-sector employees are entitled to three days off.

Qatar will observe Eid Al Adha, also known as the sacrificial feast, in June. Eid Al Adha is anticipated to start on Wednesday, June 28, and private sector employees will once again get three days off. However, the actual dates are susceptible to change.

Finally, National Day on Monday, December 18, will bring an end to the Qatari public holidays in 2023.

17 Jan, 2023 0 2205
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