1. New York City, USA
Times Square has been a point of convergence for New Year’s action for in excess of 100 years. Around 1,000,000 individuals will pack into the square to watch the well-known ball drop. Additionally, around a billion additional individuals will watch from home, making this one of the greatest occasions of the year—consistently!

If you have any desire to watch the ball drop face-to-face, make certain to show up before the expected time (individuals begin gathering in the early evening to get a decent spot) and dress comfortably! Nonetheless, there are numerous gatherings throughout the city, and most New Yorkers try not to miss out on the midtown clubs and bars or a local party!
2. Sydney, Australia
Australia is perhaps the earliest country on the planet to encounter New Year’s Eve, making Sydney the principal significant city on the planet to welcome another year (sorry, New Zealand, you’re not as large!). The city has one of the biggest light shows on the planet. They last very nearly an entire fifteen minutes and are best seen from one of the boats in the harbor or the surrounding slopes. After the presentation, the festivals generally last until the first light. Locals enjoy participating in this day because it is also around mid-summer, so the weather is always perfect! Obviously, convenience vanishes quickly, so make certain to book well ahead of time if you have any desire to spend the New Year down under!

3. London, UK
London celebrates the new year with a surprising light show that is sent off from the London Eye. The firecrackers should be visible from housetops and overhangs the whole way across London, so you don’t have to pass on your inn to get a decent view. To truly experience the presentation, the best vantage points are the Westminster Extension and the north bank of the Waterway Thames (opposite the London Eye).

4. Paris, France
Paris is the ideal destination for a heartfelt New Year’s Eve escape. It has fashionable feasting, clubbing, fabulous firecrackers, and the opportunity to taste Champagne on the Champs Elysees. Around 12 PM, you can watch the Eiffel Tower’s light show. One more extraordinary spot to go through the night is Montmartre, as it offers breathtaking perspectives on the whole Paris horizon.

While you will not get the same degree of epic firecrackers as you would in Sydney, there are still extraordinary gatherings throughout the city, and many individuals light off their own firecrackers from the Champs-Élysées. The city stays open late!
5. Ko Phangan, Thailand
Approximately 20,000 young people gather on Thailand’s Haat Rin beach on the ocean side to celebrate the New Year. Explorers and voyagers from around the world dance, paint themselves up, and drink cans of liquor from nightfall until the main daybreak of the new year. They pack the beach, and it’s quite possibly the most out-of-control open-air party on New Year’s Eve.

If you want to start the new year on the oceanside and in Southeast Asia, this is truly outstanding and one of the most outrageous places to be. I’ve burned through three New Years here and adored each and every one!

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