That said, many of the restaurants in the five-star hotels in Doha will cater to expats and will usually serve food during the day.
Many employers may also adopt Ramadan working hours, so an eight hour day will be shortened to five or six hours.
For the past few years Ramadan has fallen in the summer months, so it coincided well with school holidays, and many expats and their families chose to take the month off as vacation. However, in coming years, Ramadan will fall in the middle of the school year during the cooler months, and it will no longer be possible for expats to avoid this period of time.
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