What is GMT time now in Indonesia?

What is Jakarta GMT?

Time zone: WIB (GMT +07:00) Jakarta.

What country is GMT +7?

GMT+7 is 7 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). The GMT/UTC+7 hours offset is shared by several countries countries in Asia. None of them uses Dayligt Saving Time. The time zone offset called for Cambodia, Lao, Thailand and Vietnam is also known as Indochina Time or ICT.

What GMT is Singapore?


Period in use Time offset from GMT Abbreviation(s)
1 September 1941 – 15 February 1942 GMT+07:30 MALT
16 February 1942 – 11 September 1945 GMT+09:00 JST
12 September 1945 – 31 December 1981 GMT+07:30 MALT → SGT (after 1965)
1 January 1982 – present GMT+08:00 SGT

What country is GMT +8?

Time zones with GMT+8

Abbreviation Name
MST Malaysia Standard Time
MYT Malaysia Time
PHT Philippine Time
PhST Philippine Standard Time

How Safe Is Bali?

Bali is safe to visit. And whilst petty crime does pose a little bit of a problem, there were ‘only’ a total of 3,347 criminal cases recorded. That’s 1 case per 1,700 tourists and that’s a number that down from the year before. Violent crime itself is relatively low as well.

How far ahead is Bali?

Bali is within WITA, Indonesia Central Time Zone (UTC+08:00) WITA or Waktu Indonesia Tengah is 8 hours ahead of UTC, Coordinated Universal Time. Bali has only one Time Zone. Denpasar, Kuta, Seminyak, Jimbara, Lovina, Gilimanuk, etc.

What country is GMT?

It is a term commonly used in the United Kingdom and countries of the Commonwealth, including Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Malaysia; and in many other countries of the Eastern Hemisphere.

What country is GMT time?

Countries in Greenwich Mean Time

Country Region Standardtime
Iceland countrywide GMT
Isle of Man countrywide GMT
Ivory Coast countrywide GMT
Jersey countrywide GMT

What GMT is Malaysia?

It is 8 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The local mean time in Kuala Lumpur was originally GMT+06:46:46.

Time in Peninsular Malaysia.

Period in use Time offset from GMT Name of Time (unofficial)
1 January 1982 – present UTC+08:00 Malaysia Standard Time
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