Since Ramadan has coincided with the peak peak of the tourist season this year, those preparing for the Muslim countries this month should know some of the rules of the month of fasting. ⠀
This month, tourists in Muslim countries will witness a significant drop in business and social activity during the daytime. The daily lives of local people begin to coincide with the evening and night hours ⠀
Traveling to non-Muslim tourists such as Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, and Iran may not be so heartwarming. The point is that in these countries all cafes, restaurants and many other public places are closed during the day. It is strictly forbidden to eat or drink on the street or in public places, and this prohibition also applies to tourists.
Therefore, if you plan to travel to one of these countries, it would be better to pay attention to local customs rather than buy cheap airfare, otherwise you will have to pay a large amount of penalties for violation of the prohibition.
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