What Time is it?
The Hawaiian Islands are in the next to the last time zone, which is
Universal Time (UT), also called Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), minus 10
hours. This places Hawai`i two hours east of the International
Hawaii Standard Time (HST) does not adjust for Daylight Savings,
keeping the same time year-round. This means that the islands are three hours behind the west coast
of the U.S. in summer, two hours in winter, and are six hours behind the east coast in summer, five
hours in winter.