Top 5 Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve

As the year winds down and upholding the yearly ritual people let lose away from home, Fxkart brings up you the top places to visit on New Years.

It could be a week long visit or an extended well deserved holiday, be sure to plan well in advance as the tickets and hotel prices are only going to go rocketing into the sky just like the fireworks of New Year’s Eve.

Hong Kong

They begin their celebrations early with a symphony of lights show illuminating 45 buildings and Hong Kong’s skyline. The best way to enjoy this spectacle is to hire a boat.

But of you would rather be on dry land then there is an Avenue of Stars in Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon. You could also opt to welcome New Year with the spellbinding 8-minute firework show over Victoria Harbour.


On New Year’s Eve hordes of people gather at the “Party mile” extending from Brandenburg gate and welcome the New Year with great music, wine, and food. Usher in the New Year with their pyrotechnics show and then carry over the party to one of the city’s popular clubs.

And by the end of your revelry if you still have it in you then head out for the free four kilometer New Year’s run from Brandenburg gate to the Berliner Dom and back!

Las Vegas

Every time you turn around you are more likely to bump into a party than a person in this city on New Year’s Eve. With all the concerts and shows attracting crowds, the New Year’s jackpots and Casino bashes are no less in being crowd pullers.

Also, there is the Downtown Countdown at the Fremont Street and you can enjoy the Pyrotechnics show from the seven rooftops along the strip.

Niagara falls, Canada

This wonder of nature becomes all the more amazing with the 2000 pounds of fireworks set off from the Victoria Park with international musical acts. The Ontario Power Generation winter festival of lights too runs through this festive season.

Rio de Janeiro

The Copacabana beach hosts the wildest New Year’s Eve party you could attend. This party, locally called the Reveillon, blends religion, tradition, and superstitions of the Brazilians.

Dressed in all white for good luck, flowers are offered to the Sea Goddess as a sign of respect. The ocean reflects back the magnificent pyrotechnics show and it is truly a spectacle to behold.

Plan ahead for a fun and frolicky New Year and get your money exchanged on for the best deals in town.