Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time (HST) is a time zone that is used in the United States state of Hawaii and the westernmost part of the Aleutian Islands. It is 10 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and does not observe Daylight Saving Time. HST is also known as Hawaii Standard Time or Hawaiian Standard Time.
The countries that use the Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time zone include the United States state of Hawaii and the westernmost part of the Aleutian Islands, which belong to the United States as an unorganized territory. These areas are located in the Pacific Ocean, southwest of the International Date Line.
The state of Hawaii is made up of a group of islands located in the central Pacific Ocean. It is known for its tropical climate, beautiful beaches, and diverse culture. The capital of Hawaii is Honolulu, and the largest city is Honolulu. Hawaii is a popular tourist destination, with millions of visitors each year.
The Aleutian Islands are a chain of volcanic islands that stretch westward from the Alaska Peninsula. The islands are known for their rugged, windswept landscapes and abundant wildlife, including seabirds, seals, and whales. The westernmost part of the Aleutian Islands is in the Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time zone, while the eastern part is in the Alaska Standard Time zone.
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