|18:40, 31 January 2023 UTC−11:00|
|165 degrees W|
UTC−11:00 is an identifier for a time offset from UTC of −11:00. This time is used in Niue, American Samoa, Swains Island, and parts of the United States Minor Outlying Islands. This is the latest inhabited time zone, meaning this is the last inhabited time zone to celebrate the New Year, as the world's latest time zone (UTC-12:00) is completely uninhabited.
As standard time (year-round)
- United States – Samoa Time Zone
- New Zealand
- Samoa – Time in Samoa advanced 24 hours to the eastern hemisphere side of the International Date Line by skipping December 30, 2011.
- United States
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