Time Zone in Jakarta, Jakarta Special Capital Region, Indonesia
|Current:||WIB — Western Indonesian Time|
|Current Offset:||UTC/GMT +7 hours|
|Difference:||12 hours ahead of New York|
What are the three time zones in Indonesia?
As a massive archipelago, it is understandable that Indonesia has different time zones in its territory. There is the Indonesia Western Standard Time (WIB), Indonesia Central Standard Time (WITA), and Indonesia Eastern Standard Time (WIT).
What time zone is WIB?
Western Indonesia Time (WIB) — seven hours ahead (UTC+07:00) of the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC or GMT)
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.
How do you know if you’re Pacific or Eastern?
The Eastern Time zone covers all or part of 22 states from Maine down to Florida, including some Midwestern states. The Pacific Time zone covers all or part of five states from Washington to California.
Does Jakarta time change?
Daylight Saving Time (DST) Not Observed in Year 2021 Jakarta currently observes 3 time zones all year. Daylight Saving Time has never been used here. Clocks do not change in Jakarta, Indonesia.
What climate zone is Indonesia in?
Indonesia is split by the equator, which results in a tropical climate across the archipelago with relatively even temperatures year-round. Inland and around the mountainous regions, temperatures average at 26°C (79°F) while the coastal regions averaging 28°C (82°F).