Ramadan Timings

Post by Mark


Below are some important Ramadan timings, if you’d like add anything leave it in the comments below.

Banks: 10AM to 1:30PM (Airport 24 hours)
Government: 9:30AM to 2PM
360 Mall: 11AM to 3PM & 8:30PM to 1AM
Avenues Mall: 10AM to 4 & 8PM to 1AM
Gate Mall: 10AM to 3PM & 8PM to 12AM
Marina Mall: 11AM to 4PM & 8:30PM to 1AM
Salhiya: 10:30AM to 2:30PM & 8:30PM – 12:30AM
Souq Sharq: 10AM to 4PM & 8:30PM to 1AM

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  1. Kuwait says:

    Immigration and Traffic Department:
    11:08 to 11:16, otherwise regular hours after Eid.

  2. Stormichiwa says:

    For the malls, does the gap mean you won’t be able to do Iftar then in the malls? My first Ramadan in Kuwait, so want to try to find the good spots for Iftar and Suhoor so any recommendations will be welcome.

  3. Stormichiwa says:

    Thanks for the info mate

  4. Dun says:

    For those of us that don’t fast, is there anywhere else to buy or order food except for Sultan Center? Sultan is the only place that has prepared food all the time. Even Hardees delivery won’t start till 6pm. Any info would be appreciated.

    Happy Ramadan to all.

    • Mark says:

      LuLu and Geant would have ready made food available as well.

      As for restaurants, majority deliver only before iftar time although there are a few places that might deliver a bit earlier than that but nothing close to regular lunch hours.

      • Raoul says:

        Sultan Center Hot Foods is open for take away.
        Also, restaurants that are open during day for delivery are mentioned on talabat.com

        • Mark says:

          They will only deliver just before iftar. Unless you know of a restaurant that would deliver at 2pm share it here

          • lucky_boy says:

            Dude just check 6alabat for your area. my area has 50+ open restaurants from 2-3PM some even open at 11AM.

            • Mark says:

              I did, and I’ve been calling them one by one, and so far out of 16 that are listed open, three deliver before 3, one at 3 and then the rest after 5.

              • fettywop says:

                Sabaidee is open from 1-5pm and then 7-10pm if you’re craving Thai. That’s their official Ramadan schedule from their website.
                Can someone post buffet listings on here?

                • Mark says:

                  I just downloaded the ramadan menu. It clearly states on it takeaway starts at 5PM. You’re looking at the opening hours of the Sabaidee spa & salon…

      • killuminati says:

        Go to corniche club during ramadan. The restaurant there is open during fasting time, they serve food and drinks.

    • Carmen says:

      Dean & Deluca is open – their prepared food is available for take away all day

    • Nourah says:

      The Southern in Mahboula is open for delivery starting at 3 pm on Talabat.com :)

  5. aceboy44 says:

    I just wanted to say THANK YOU for this informative post, as it is useful to me :)

  6. ivyleaguer says:

    Hi, what I would like to know is when I can and can’t eat in public. So when does the fasting begin and end. thanks!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Are shopping stores open on Friday morning?

  8. AR says:

    Is it true that speeding an red light fines are waived and not applied during Ramadan or at special times of day during Ramada when roads are clogged – people are stuck at traffic lights or generally driving like maniacs ???

  9. Jaber says:

    Thank you Mark

    Salhiya: 10:30AM to 2:30PM & 8:30PM – (12:30PM)
    AM not PM, please edit :)

  10. manabry44 says:

    Government hospitals: 9:00am – 1:30pm
    Emergency Department: 24/7

  11. Lost says:

    I know this off topic but where can I walk my dog in Kuwait? I am not allowed to walk my dog (german shepherd) on the gulf road and in the Misherf park.Any advice would be appreciated.


  12. Uwe says:

    I have seen a lot of Crescent Images for the start of Ramadan , some show the Waxing Crescent
    ( beginning ) and some show the Waning Crescent ( the End of the month ) I’m interested, which one would be right Image to represent The Holy Month ! Mark is using the Waning Crescent !
    I used for my Images the Waxing Crescent !
    Happy Ramadan

  13. Kevin says:

    Pls tell me workimg hours of moh hospitals in kuwait

  14. Mia says:

    A little late on this post, but how about friday market? is it open for business as usual during summer/Ramadan?

  15. mariel says:

    is geant 360 or carrefour avenues opened before iftar?

  16. Alyah says:

    Hi ,this is referring to a comment that I saw on this thread about walking your dog – I’m bringing my dog in September and
    Concerned that you say that you are not allowed to walk your dog on the gulf road? Is that true? And if so who told you? I didn’t plan on taking her to parks for obvious reasons but I thought that it would be ok if my husband took her running (on a leash of course) on the walkway.

  17. cherry says:

    helow everyone, please tell me what is the friday market (harraj) will close at saturday?

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