The Far Lands is a terrain bug that appears upon the overflowing of a noise generator, most notably the low and high noise overflow 12,550,821 blocks from the origin of the Minecraft world. There are 3 other parts of Far Lands called Farther Lands, Edge Farthest lands and Corner Far Lands. These parts of Far Lands are located around 1,004,000,000 blocks away from the spawn point.
In Java Edition, it was first discovered in Minecraft Infdev 20100327 and replaced in Beta 1.8 with the "new" far lands, which consisted of full-bright blocks with no collision. The Far Lands have become one of Minecraft's most well-known glitches. It has been referenced in official media, being a location/chapter in Minecraft: Story Mode, and in the name of Steve's Classic Mode Route in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: "Journey to the Far Lands". One player known as KilloCrazyMan is known to have walked to the Far Lands in vanilla Minecraft, beginning the journey in September 2019 and reaching them nine months later in June 2020. Upon arrival, a USD$10,000 donation from Notch was awarded to him for his efforts.