Saudi Arabia Public Holidays 2019


Searching for the public holidays in Saudi Arabia? All public holidays in Saudi Arabia are treated like Sundays. This means that most of the Saudi Arabia employees have a day off and all schools are closed on these holidays. If you are planning a trip to Saudi Arabia and want to know what the national and regional holidays are, check the details in the tables below.

2019

31 January During Ramadan, most businesses open in the evening, after sunset.
31 January Weekend holidays: Thursday and Friday
17 July The Feast of the End of Ramadan (Īd al-fitr, عيد الفطر)
22 September Sacrifice Feast (‘Īd ul-Adha, عيد الأضحى)
23 September Saudi National Day (Unification of the Kingdom) (Al-Yaom Al-Watany, توحيد المملكة)
2020

31 January During Ramadan, most businesses open in the evening, after sunset.
31 January Weekend holidays: Thursday and Friday
6 July The Feast of the End of Ramadan (Īd al-fitr, عيد الفطر)
11 September Sacrifice Feast (‘Īd ul-Adha, عيد الأضحى)
23 September Saudi National Day (Unification of the Kingdom) (Al-Yaom Al-Watany, توحيد المملكة)
2021

31 January During Ramadan, most businesses open in the evening, after sunset.
31 January Weekend holidays: Thursday and Friday
25 June The Feast of the End of Ramadan (Īd al-fitr, عيد الفطر)
31 August Sacrifice Feast (‘Īd ul-Adha, عيد الأضحى)
23 September Saudi National Day (Unification of the Kingdom) (Al-Yaom Al-Watany, توحيد المملكة)