Best Places to Spend New Years Eve 2015

Best Places to Spend New Years Eve 2015

New Year eve is an occasion when everyone wants to enjoy to the depth of their hearts. However, vacations are always incredible.

When the clock strikes midnight on December 31, where do you plan to be? Whether you’re visiting New York City to watch the ball drop or plan to enjoy fireworks in a warmer climate, be sure you ring in the new year the right away. It’s your chance to celebrate the past year and greet 2014 with a bang. Luckily, their are plenty of places willing to help you party the night away. Here in this article of the best and the selected places to celebrate new years eve 2015 party.

New York City, New York

Best Places to Spend New Years Eve 2015
Best Places to Spend New Years Eve 2015

Well over a million people tend to show up at Times Square for this famous yearly party. You will find yourself counting down the seconds to midnight while a a huge 12-foot glittering ball is slowly dropped down from a flagpole atop the Times Square building and over a ton of confetti is dropped onto party-goers. This is always a televised event, so you might see yourself on TV. You can also expect a fantastic pyrotechnic light show, big celebrity music acts and a New Year’s Eve Wishing Wall where you can write down your resolutions for the year to come.

Sydney, Australia

Sydney is the first major city to bring in the New Year, with its world-famous waterfront show set against the impressive backdrop of Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. There are two firework shows, one for the kids (or anyone, really) at 9pm and the main event at midnight.

The bonus about spending New Year in Sydney is that it’s during the Australian summer. Bring in the New Year on a beach (camping on Cockatoo Island is a great option) or take some bubbles on a hired boat for the best view in the city.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Dubai is one of the fastest growing holiday destinations in the world. Dubai was not known location to celebrate the new years eve. However in the last five years, Dubai is fetching a lot of visitors to the city. The city’s popular places will mark the celebration like the Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Dubai Mall, Palm Islands, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Waterfront, Deira Island and much more. Please refer this article to get all the information about new years eve 2015 in Dubai.

London, United Kingdom (UK)

London is the most popular Christmas destination in Europe. Besides Christmas, London can also be the most favorite tourist destinations for any new years eve party. More than one million people will gather within the Central London to welcome 2015 and bye bye 2014. London can also be one of the most visited tourist destinations in Christmas and new years eve.

Paris, France

In the Eiffel Tower, you will see a truly spectacular light show and fireworks display. However, most all the streets of Paris come to life with hordes of people celebrating, on offer of bars and clubs and having an excellent time with fireworks and lots of champagne. Romantic New Year’s Eve boat cruises across the Seine are also offered for those who wish for a little privacy for their celebration.

Hong Kong

Victoria Harbour is the main stage of the huge New Year’s celebrations in Hong Kong. The party begins with a countdown and ball drop at Times Square shopping mall, followed by fireworks from different parts of the waterfront. Several cruise companies offer NYE packages on their ships, which generally include dinner and exclusive views of the pyrotechnics. If you can’t be there, the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) will provide satellite feed of the entire event for use by television broadcasters worldwide.

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