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Timezones in Kazakhstan

There are altogether 4 official timezones in Kazakhstan, but practically only 2 different times. Countries with a large distance from West to East are often devided into two or more timezones to adjust daytimes to the position of the sun. Timezones are always computed relatively to UTC, the "Universal Time Coordinated".

In Kazakhstan exists a time difference of 1 hour between the East and the West. Kazakhstan has no time difference between summer and winter. A daylight saving time doesn't exist.


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Timezones by region

RegionUTCStandard timeDaylight saving time
Almaty+6Alma-Ata Time (ALMT)discontinued 2004
Aqtobe+5Aqtobe Time (AQTT)discontinued 2004
Oral+5Oral Time (ORAT)discontinued 2004
Qostanay+6Alma-Ata Time (ALMT)discontinued 2004
Qyzylorda+5Qyzylorda Time (QYZT)discontinued 2004

Timezones


Changes in Daylight Saving Times

In Almaty Daylight Saving Time has been observed since 1981 until 10/31/2004.
In Aqtobe Daylight Saving Time has been observed since 1981 until 10/31/2004.
In Oral Daylight Saving Time has been observed since 1981 until 10/31/2004.
In Qostanay Daylight Saving Time has been observed since 1981 until 10/31/2004.
In Qyzylorda Daylight Saving Time has been observed since 1981 until 10/31/2004.

All countries with Daylight Saving Time

Kazakhstan: Sunrise + sunsetSunrise and sunset in KazakhstanTimes of sunrise and sunset for the most important cities in Kazakhstan and the avg. length of daylight per month
Countries with DSTAll Countries with DSTA summary of all countries which currently observe Daylight Saving Time with further info on introductions and upcoming changes.
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