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Not sure, one of these, Gaza strip by Israel, Ankara in Turkey or Nicosia in Cyprus.
Fiji. 178 degrees east
Somewhere in France
Somewhere in Japan, probably Nemuro on the island of Hokkaido.
Moscow. 55°45′N 37°37′E
Terminal 1 station, Narita Airport, Tokyo, Japan
35°45'56.83" N 140°23'10.85" E

On the 15th April this year, this marked the end of two wonderful weeks travelling through Japan by train.
Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
The Golan Heights (Israel occupied part).
The furthest east I've set foot on the ground is the Temple of Karnak, in Luxor
As someone living quite far east in Hanoi, it is surprising how few people so far have been to Asia or Oceania. I think my furthest east is the fantastically named Bay of Plenty in New Zealand.
Cairns, Australia
Rotorua, New Zealand
Pamukkale, Turkey
Sighetu Marmației, Romania
Aluksne, Latvia.
Dandenong Ranges National Park (due west from Melbourne)
Wellington, NZ.
Changi Airport, Singapore
Rangitukia, NZ. 178° 27′ 30.96″ E
Hong Kong
Sri Lanka airport terminal (79 E)
Sydney Airport (there's a theme here) 33° 56' 23.7915"S 151° 10' 31.1096"E
Tricky, but somewhere in the Interlaken area of Switzerland. It was quite possibly in a train tunnel under the Eiger mountain. But may not have been.
Amalfi, somewhere around 40°38'02"N 14°36'14"E
Christchurch, New Zealand
Coogee Beach, Sydney
Cape Byron, easternmost point of mainland Australia
The west coast of the North Island of New Zealand.

Funnily enough my wife was born on the East Coast of Australia, but in India was denied entry to an ashram that had a sign saying "No Westerners at lunchtime". Even pointing out that that was about the furthest East she'd ever been didn't really help...
Dalaman Airport, Turkey
somewhere in New Zealand, probably Rotorua
I would have said, nailed on, it would have been somewhere in Japan. But no, eastern Oz is comfortably further east.

So it was with the dole bludgers at Cape Byron, Australia.
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Sydney for East (just beats Tokyo which I've visited twice)
Nara, Japan 135°48′18″ E
S: Maspalomas lighthouse, Gran Canaria (just beating Disney, Florida)
Ormoc City (Philippines)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Brisbane, AU
Somewhere on the Great Barrier Reef east of Fitzroy Island.
Napier New Zealand
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Coincidentally, exactly the same place as DG - Gedenkstätte Berlin-Hohenschönhausen in East Berlin!
Somewhere in the vicinity of Zakopane, Poland, where we had a paritcularly odd family Christmas.
Pompeii, Italy
Jerischke, Germany. I didn't expect this.
Sandakan north-east Borneo, en route to Kinabatangan River to look for crocodiles, orang-utan and forest elephants
Brisbane 27°28′S 153°02′E
Great Yarmouth
Rotorua, NZ (pretty similar to furthest south, for obvious reasons)
Napier, New Zealand (-39.558925, 176.922949)
Not Guam as I first thought, but Australia wins again. Manly Beach, Sydney.
Chengde, China. North East of Beijing.
The TV tower just east of Tallinn, Estonia.
Larnaka, Cyprus.
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Lamai Beach - Koh Samui, Thailand
Sydney, Australia
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Prague (50°5′0″ N, 14°25′0″ E)
On the railway near Dolinsk, Sakhalin Island, about 47°21.2'N, 142°47.8'E
Like Stephen and Cliff, I think it must be Napier, New Zealand, which is 176°49′E.

Someone could do well on East/West by visiting the Aleutians, or Tuvalu or Fiji, which straddle the 180° meridian.
Oh, like *Lumma* and Stephen and Cliff. (Also pretty good on southernmost, 39.5°S, but Wellington beats it.)
Tokyo SkyTree, Tokyo
Stralsund, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Kotka, Finland
Same as my furthest south, Singapore....Israel being the second furthest
Newcastle, NSW, Australia
(this one surprised me!)
Lublin in Poland.
Amsterdam or Manila, Phillipines
Auckland, New Zealand.
Brisbane 153.02 E
176°15’ E - Rotorua, NZ
Sydney, Australia (in April after conquering a phobia of flying)
Cape Byron Lighthouse, Australia
Parikkala station, Finland
61.558387, 29.502705

Changed trains here, close to the Finland/Russia border
Marmaris Turkey
Also Berlin. A supermarket somewhere in the north-east, I *think*.
Tokyo, Japan.
Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand. Another one I hadn't realised !
On a cruise ship going round the east of Hokkaido, Japan. Furthest east on land would be Kushiro, Japan on the same holiday.
Brisbane, Australia. Loved it there.

I think of Australia of as west, not east from the point of view where I live in San Francisco.
Sharm-El-Sheikh, Egypt.

I really need to travel to Asia...
Nagoya, Japan
Been right around the world three times. Where does East end and West begin?
Fort William (N)
Las Vegas (W)
Aden (E & S)

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