The majority of the population (95 %) are Sunni Muslims. Among the 4 % Christians, one may find Circassians and Armenians. Since this a country is very rich in culture and history, the influence of Islam in most aspects of daily life is apparent. The weekend is from Friday to Saturday, and most companies are closed. Friday is the official day off, and governmental institutions, banks etc. are closed on this day as well. Alcohol is available except during Ramadan; however, it is rather expensive. There are exceptions in certain touristic areas and hotels. In general, Jordanians are a bit more reserved than other Arabs (in comparison to Egypt and Lebanon). It is expected to show respect and modesty, especially the way you dress. One should avoid tight and revealing clothing if going into the city. Going topless on the beaches is not advisable. Nevertheless, Jordanians are very friendly to visitors and their welcoming hospitality is part of their Bedouin heritage.