Top 10 Best Places in the World to Celebrate New Year’s | MojoTravels

Start the new year somewhere new welcome to MojoTravels and today we’re counting down our picks for the top ten cities in the world to celebrate New Year’s Eve are you a fan of our videos be sure to subscribe to mojo travels and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos for this list we’re looking at some of the most exciting high-profile and popular destinations in which to enjoy new years number 10 Bangkok Thailand Bangkok is officially the most visited city in the world now add to that the fact that Thailand’s capital is famous for its vibrant hard-partying nightlife and you have the makings of one truly unforgettable New Year’s Eve so there are parties going on all across the city central world plaza is the heart of the celebration boasting live entertainment fireworks a beer garden and a massive party that fills the street with huge crowds another great place to spend news Eve is asiatic a waterfront shopping area with live music restaurant specials and celebrity appearances for something a bit more intimate consider reserving a table on one of the city’s numerous rooftop Bars or booking a riverboat ride number 9 London UK speaking of boats the River Thames comes alive after dark on news Eve cruise ships and clipper boats provide a phenomenal view of the fireworks display of course if the idea of committing to being afloat during the festivities gives you pheromone rest assure that there are plenty of alternatives the fireworks launch from the London Eye can equally be appreciated from the Westminster Bridge Parliament Hill and Alexandra Palace among others what most people are looking for the biggest party in the city others might prefer a cozier setting in which case you can’t go wrong with the city’s numerous historic pubs when use eve is usually a delightfully understated affair number 8 Rio de Janeiro Brazil when it comes to a reputation for wild parties Rio de Janeiro is Brazil’s reigning champ while Carnival is undeniably the crown jewel of its festival calendar the city nonetheless does itself proud come New Year’s Eve in fact its Rios second biggest event of the year on December 31st some two and a half million people we found partying it up on copacabana beach spread across countless events that line the shoreline one tip to help you avoid making a fashion faux pas its traditional to dress in white for the occasion as a sign of peace and tranquility champagne Samba music and dance warm weather barbecues and a picture-perfect backdrop what more could you ask for number seven Berlin Germany Germany’s capital city has a real Jew al D to it on the one hand it’s hyper organized efficient and polite on the flip side it’s also world famous for its nightlife boasting one of the greatest techno / ATM scenes anywhere on the planet plus it’s known to be a judgment-free space where people are encouraged to get freaky if they feel so inclined so yeah Berlin knows how to party and news Eve is no exception those looking for the classic outdoor event won’t be disappointed the festivities at Brandenburg Gate run until 3 a.m. and are among Europe’s largest those who prefer a classic clubbing experience definitely have to head over to the massive cult of Broward a complex number 6 Las Vegas USA do we really need to go into detail as to why Las Vegas makes for a great choice come New Year’s Eve probably not but hey it’s also a city that we never get tired of talking about the ultimate adult playground Las Vegas is all about bright lights spectacle and jaw-dropping performances year round and come New Year’s the city really outdoes itself the strip becomes a pedestrian angling space and the crowds of revelers gathered there are treated to an epic coordinated fireworks display along the strip every Casino restaurant and bar is competing for your attention and the end result is utterly surreal music lovers in particular will feel spoiled Las Vegas busts out a list performances for the occasion number 5 Sydney Australia Sydney is great for Christmas and New Year’s because of its geographical location and timezone Sydney is the first major city to welcome the new year no offense Wellington but Sydney has far more going for it than merely a temporal advantage for starters it boasts one of the largest and most spectacular firework displays in the world and that’s just one aspect of the festivities Australians aren’t notoriously hard partiers and they like to prolong the fun until that New Year’s Sun rises but wait there’s more Sydney keeps it going with a plethora of New Year’s Day events as well plus Australian summer kicks off in December so you can ring in the New Year in beautiful weather number 4 Edinburgh Scotland if you’re looking for something a little different this New Year’s Eve we’d like to introduce you to a not so little celebration known as Hogmanay this epic three-day New Year’s extravaganza draws heavily from both Gaelic and Viking culture crowded streets are nothing special on New Year’s Eve but a torchlight procession of over 20,000 people that’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience in which case that’s just December 30th the next day on you XIV proper people assemble on Princess Street beneath Edinburgh Castle for an evening of live music drinking fireworks and even a sing-along of auld lang syne the next day the truly committed take a freezing cold dip into the river for in costume number three Dubai United Arab Emirates this is a city that believes in going big in terms of pretty much anything and everything just look at the architecture a destination that particularly appeals to those looking for an exclusive luxury experience Dubai is where you go when you’ve decided to throw your New Year’s Eve budget out the window the Burj Khalifa is impossible to miss any day of the week but for New Year’s Eve it ups the wow factor with an impressive fireworks display if you choose this as your destination in which to welcome 2020 we highly recommend a rooftop restaurant reservation from which to appreciate the fireworks number two New York City USA there are few destinations with more iconic a long-standing unity of traditions than the Big Apple to celebrate the end of one year and welcome the start of another New Yorkers alongside tourists from around the world pack into Times Square for an evening of musical performances and all-around good times no matter the weather having first taken place in 1907 the event is iconic and is now typically watched by an estimated 1 billion home viewers each year of course that’s not the only way to celebrate Nye in NYC Prospect Park in Brooklyn is a great place to watch fireworks and of course innumerable different parties take place across the city on New Year’s Eve NYC really lives up to its nickname as a city that never sleeps number one Tokyo Japan when it comes to the holiday season there are a few cities more all in than Tokyo with various elaborate light installations Japan’s capital city is utterly transformed the funny thing is Christmas isn’t that big of a deal in Tokyo New Year’s on the other hand is very important here the festivities begin on December 29 and are known to continue through to January 4th also known as shigatsu the New Year holiday can be celebrated in many different ways for those wanting to lean into traditional culture consider a visit to the xoj og temple to observe the Buddhist join okano ritual or partake in hatsumode a the first shrine visit of the year for more of a party atmosphere head to the Shibuya or Roppongi districts where things get a little more wild do you agree with our picks check out this other recent clip for mojo travels and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos [Music]

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  1. I love Europe Europe country is the world no 1 most expensive beautiful sweet very very nice wonderful I love Europe culter I love Europe food Europe is the my all time favourite continent in the world mojo travel

  2. Berlin – „hyper-organized, efficient and polite“?😂😂😂
    Go there for New Years Eve? Maybe if you don’t want to go to Hamburg, Munich or Cologne… go there any other day? No…

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