English  Clocks for the Far East - Winter Time 

Universal Time (UT) = Greenwich Mean Time GMT

Listen to the sound of the clocks each hour and half an hour


India, Shri Lanka

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Always Standard Time
(GMT+5.5)


Nepal

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Always Standard Time
(GMT+5.75)


Bangla Desh

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Always Standard Time
(GMT+6)


Myanmar (Burma)

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Always Standard Time
(GMT+6.5)


Vietnam, Laos, Cambodja,
Thailand, Indonesia

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Always Standard Time
(GMT+7)

 
China, Mongolia, Taiwan,
Malaysia, Filippines, Brunei

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Always Standard Time
(GMT+8)


North and South
Korea, Japan

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Always Standard Time
(GMT+9)


Vladivostok
(Siberia)

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Winter Time
(GMT+10)

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Summer and winter time in the Far East

Most countries use standard time because they are near the equator.
The region in Siberia round Vladiwostok use summer and winter time.



Summer Time (DST) means daylight saving time on the summer clock.

British Winter Time: BWT = GMT. Brish Summer Time: BST = GMT + 1 hour.
In all European countries winter and summer time start and end at 01:00 GMT.

All about the European time zones and DST via the site of Greenwich Mean Time.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of this site is not responsible for the correctness of the calculated times
and the results of the Java Scripts in the diverse web browsers.


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