Asia’s Top 5 Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Eve is a big thing for the majority of people around the world. Despite the fact that different countries spend it in different time zones, the essence of ushering the old year out and welcoming the new one in is a universal occasion, albeit celebrated differently. If you plan to spend NYE on the east, here are the best countries you can be when you welcome 2018.
Enjoy watching the fireworks at one of the highest buildings in Singapore, or eat and be among the merry people participating in one of the many year-end party countdowns in Sentosa. The country might be small, but tourists flock the country because it has great food, beer, and activities to offer. It is one of the places to go to if you are looking for fun and luxury in one.
Manila is not only the country’s capital, it is also the fireworks capital archipelago. Clubs hosts year-end parties where people can enjoy an enormous amount of food and drinks while watching the fireworks go off when the clock struck midnight.
Instead of the usual fireworks, South Korea is sparkling with lights and tinsels come NYE. True to its K-pop roots, the country holds a number of free concerts and events for people to enjoy. Fireworks is still enjoyed by many at the Han River when the clock strikes midnight.
Experience splendid fireworks in Tokyo Bay while you bid farewell to the past year. Temples ring their bells 108 times as part welcoming the New Year.
Bali is an ideal place to enjoy the beach and while partying all the way until New Year. The island boasts not only of great party ambience, but also a wide variety of foods and drinks for everyone to enjoy.
Where would you celebrate the New Year this year? You might want to consider trying any of these countries when you bid goodbye to 2017.