Find out what time it is in the city you’re visiting, going to call, or spending a layover in at timeanddate.com. I recently had a need to find out the time in a few places around Asia that weren’t standard deviations from GMT. The times are accurate and automatically updated to account for the different daylight savings schedules changing this season around the world.

The site also allows you to customize the set of clocks by city, region, or time. Although it’s no replacement FoxClocks, timeanddate.com works well for times you don’t need to keep permanent track of. Most of the countries in the world follow a daylight savings schedule and come spring and fall it’s a good idea to keep track of them.

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