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Yangon Life | Myanmar Standard Time
This is the only place where the default time is 30 min from Greenwich Meantime (GMT) or Co-ordinated Universal Time (UTC). In each of these locations, the additional 30 additional min means that their standard time is better matched to the point on the days when the highest point of the skies is the sundown.
The Chatham Islands (New Zealand) and Nepal go one stage further and have 45 minute offsets to GMT / UTC. In the Colonies, the Government of India followed two different time bands (Bombay and Calcutta), but the railways of India followed a third standard time (Madras)! If all this is not enough to confuse you, think of the paupers in Kiribati, an Pacific Isle State.
Up to 1995, the International Date Line divided the continent into two parts, so that the Oriental part was 26 hrs (1 days and 2 hours) behind the West part of the city! Luckily, the meaning came through and the nations chose to move the International Date Line one-sidedly to the west in order to take the whole land to a uniform time!
So Kiribati, which is on the same length as Hawaii near by, is one of the days ahead - but if you were living on an picturesque Pacific Ocean holiday on a beautiful little Pacific Ocean you wouldn't care about such small intricacies!
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Summertime: It is a standard time zone, but some places in the daytime period change the time forward by one hours for daytime and monitor Eastern Time. Each year, on the second Sunday in March, at 2:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, the watches were presented on Sunday, March 11, 2018, at 2:00 a.m. CET.
Each year EST begins on the first Sunday in November at 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time and the watches are reset at 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Sunday, November 4, 2018. 0500 - Signs ( ) followed by a four-digit time indicating hrs (05) and mins ( ) of the offsets.
Displays time difference of five hours and zero min westwards of the zero meridian. Abbreviated'Romeo' time zone with GMT -5:00 am offset: