Ramadan is a time when shopping malls stay open until the early hours of the morning, to allow for people's adjusted schedules.
But it's not only fashion sales and late night cinema adventures you should be hitting shopping centers for.
Each year, the cost of groceries drop by up to 70 per cent, as people buy in bulk and supermarkets are encouraged not to focus on profit.
The demand for food means it could be the best time of the year to purchase all those kitchen basics and eat fresh. It might even mean dropping a few pounds and gaining some dirhams at the same time.
Here are 10 items most likely to have a more attractive price tag during the holy month, and ideas for what to do with them:
Try making this Sweet Sushi recipe.
Soda bread, just like Grandma used to make is easy peasy.
Bake with oil instead of butter.
Fruit juice ice cubes are a winner for weightloss.
Break your fast with this drink that's great for providing calcium.
One-Word for One Pot Filipino Chicken Adobo… mmmm.
Cinnamon Roasted Sugar Chick Peas are high in protein!
Microwavable Muffins are actually a thing.
Kids will love all of these meat-free meals.
You'll love this Dirty Chai.