Time zones on New Year’s Eve: when is New Year’s Eve in Honolulu? – Panorama

By Michael Setzer / dpa

If it gets boring on New Year’s Eve: Here comes 1A small talk material for communicative dry spells at the turn of the year – when and where the corks pop. Worldwide.

Stuttgart, Bielefeld, Cologne (photo) – we have the corks popping at 0 o’clock. But when exactly is the rest of the world celebrating New Year’s Eve?

Photo: dpa / Christophe Gateau

Stuttgart – New Year’s Eve is hard work: It will take a whole 26 hours for 2020 to arrive in all time zones worldwide. If you have friends, acquaintances or relatives all over the world – or if the festive society should run out of things to talk about on New Year’s Eve:

From 11 a.m. onwards, you can professionally call “Cheers New Year!” Of course, you can also include a “Hach, Bangladesh is already 2020!” At 7 p.m. Always looks good.

But be careful, please: If you do this too conscientiously or even with sparkling wine or liqueurs, you may not even be able to see your “own New Year” at home.

Ten … nine … eight … seven …

Here is an overview – (according to Central European Time, CET) from the morning of December 31 to midday of January 1 with a small selection of countries and locations.

– 11:00 a.m .: Samoa and Christmas Island / Kiribati


– 12:00 p.m .: New Zealand

– 1.00 p.m .: Tuvalu in the Pacific

– 2:00 p.m .: Much of Australia, including Sydney

– 3:00 p.m .: parts of Australia, including Brisbane

– 4 p.m .: South Korea and Japan

– 5 p.m .: Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore

– 6 p.m .: Thailand, Vietnam

– 7:00 p.m .: Bangladesh and Bhutan

– 7.30 p.m .: India and Sri Lanka

– 8:00 p.m .: Maldives and Pakistan

– 9:00 p.m .: Armenia, United Arab Emirates

– 10:00 p.m .: Turkey, Russia’s capital Moscow, Kenya

– 11:00 p.m .: Greece, Finland, Baltic States, Romania

– 00:00 a.m .: Germany and large parts of the EU

– 01:00 a.m .: Great Britain, Portugal, Iceland

– 02:00: Cape Verde

– 3:00 a.m .: parts of Brazil, including Rio, São Paulo

– 04:00 a.m .: Argentina, Uruguay

– 5:00 a.m .: Bolivia, Venezuela

– 6:00 a.m .: US East Coast with New York, Cuba, Peru

– 7:00 a.m .: Mexico City and parts of the USA (Chicago)

– 8:00 a.m .: parts of Canada (Calgary) and the USA (Denver)

– 9:00 a.m .: California in the USA with Los Angeles

– 10:00 a.m .: Alaska (USA)

– 11:00 a.m .: Honolulu in Hawaii (USA)

– 12:00 p.m .: Pago Pago (American Samoa)

– 1:00 p.m .: Baker Island and Howland Island in the Pacific (uninhabited)

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