Top New Year Party Destinations on your Round The World Trip
Your Guide To The Best New Year’s EveParty Destinations On Your Round The World Trip Ditch the gloom and jet off to somewhere exciting! Book your round the world flights and get partying…
New YorkIt’s difficult to think of anymore iconic New Year’sEve venue than TimesSquare in New York.A million people flock tothis part of the city atNew Year to watch thefamous ball drop, Joinedby millions more acrossthe world watching onTV…
New YorkThere’s more to New Year in the Big Apple than Time Square – you can witnessfireworks lighting up the sky from Central Park, Brooklyn, Staten Island & NewJersey, as well as the Empire State Building’s spectacular light show! Credit: Countdown Entertainment LLC
New YorkWatch on as the runners embark on New York’s Midnight Run. Four thousandrunners making their way through the streets of New York, many in fancy dress,just after the clock turns 12. A road run, fireworks, a laser show, as well as acostume parade and dancing. Credit: NYC loves NYC
Tokyo New Year is Japan’s biggest holiday and Tokyo is a great place to experience the celebrations. Festivities last for a whole week so you’ll encounter fireworks, singing and dancing in the streets from 29 December untilCredit: Oren the Red | Fotopedia 4 January…
TokyoThe traditional way to see in the New Year in Japan is by eating ‘Toshikosi Soba’(New Year’s Eve Noodle) where the long noodles are wishes for long life. You’llalso listen for Juya No Kane (The Watch-Night Bell). Credit: Neima.com
TokyoYou’ll also get the chanceto join the swarms oflocals doing ‘hatsumode’– the year’s first visit to atemple or shrine.These festivities are heldat practically everytemple and shrine inJapan. Credit: Tokyobling.wordpress.com
Rio de JaneiroRio can proudly lay claim to holding the biggest New Year party in the world. Astaggering 3 million people gather on Copacabana beach for a party that nodoubt takes the rest of the year to recover from!
Rio de JaneiroCopacabana beach is the main event and home to the massive midnightfireworks, with displays launched from an array of barges in the ocean. Smallergatherings also take place at Ipanema, Barra & Flamengo beaches
Rio de JaneiroIf you prefer to party in style, why not rent an ocean view room at one of thebeachfront hotels and see the show from above. Be warned though, this kind ofluxury doesn’t come cheap!
Vegas, baby! In Las Vegas, everything seems to be a bit bigger and brighter than anywhere else and New Year’s Eve celebrations are no different. The famous strip is closed for traffic and fills with thousands of revellers partying in the street.Credit: Garth Milan
Las VegasIt’s the place to see and be seen at New Year with no shortage of star-studdedparties and headlining shows. You could even bump into Rihanna, Cold Play,Jay-Z or Kanye West – who knows!
Las Vegas The hundreds of casinos, bars and nightclubs get packed out so it’s advisable to plan your evening as many stop letting people in quite early in the evening.Credit: shineyourlight-shineyourlight.blogspot.com
SydneyYou’ve heard about the incredible firework spectacle exploding from SydneyHarbour Bridge, but how amazing would it be to see it for yourself next year? Credit: Destination NSW | Robert Wallace
SydneyThe entertainmentstarts around 5pm,including theharbour of lightparade - boatsdecked out in brightfairy lights cruisingaround the harbour Credit: Courtesy of City of Sydney
SydneyPlanning your trip so you’re staying in Sydney over New Year gives you thememorable opportunity to see in the New Year with no less than 80,000fireworks, either from a cruise boat or from literally hundreds of viewing pointsdotted about the enormous harbour. Credit: Hamilton Lund | Destination NSW
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