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Time in Kazakhstan

Standard time in Kazakhstan is either UTC+05:00 or UTC+06:00. These times apply throughout the year as Kazakhstan does not observe Daylight saving time.

IANA time zone database

The IANA time zone database identifies five zones for Kazakhstan. Data in columns marked * are from the file zone.tab of the database.

coordinates* tzid* comments* UTC offset
+4315+07657 Asia/Almaty most locations rUTC+06
+4448+06528 Asia/Qyzylorda Qyzylorda (Kyzylorda, Kzyl-Orda) rUTC+06
+5017+05710 Asia/Aqtobe Aqtobe (Aktobe) qUTC+05
+4431+05016 Asia/Aqtau Atyrau (Atirau, Gur'yev), Mangghystau (Mankistau) qUTC+05
+5113+05121 Asia/Oral West Kazakhstan qUTC+05

According to an email on the tz mailing list, Kostanay Province could be part of Asia/Qyzylorda [1].

Time by region

Provinces of Kazakhstan
Region Type tzid UTC offset
Akmola province Asia/Almaty UTC+06
Aktobe province Asia/Aqtobe UTC+05
Almaty city(1) Asia/Almaty UTC+06
Almaty Province province Asia/Almaty UTC+06
Astana city(1) Asia/Almaty UTC+06
Atyrau province Asia/Aqtau UTC+05
Baikonur city(2) Asia/Almaty UTC+06
East Kazakhstan province Asia/Almaty UTC+06
Karagandy province Asia/Almaty UTC+06
Kostanay province Asia/Almaty UTC+06
Kyzylorda province Asia/Qyzylorda UTC+06
Mangystau province Asia/Aqtau UTC+05
North Kazakhstan province Asia/Almaty UTC+06
Pavlodar province Asia/Almaty UTC+06
South Kazakhstan province Asia/Almaty UTC+06
West Kazakhstan province Asia/Oral UTC+05
Zhambyl province Asia/Almaty UTC+06

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