New Year's fireworks are a key part of the holiday. And in many countries millions are spent on it to make it unforgettable and truly special. Therefore, on New Year's Eve, the iPremium editors share their own list of countries where you can see the most beautiful New Year's fireworks in the world.
Celebrate the new year on one of the most famous waterfronts in the world - Marina Bay. It is here that the most important New Year celebrations in Singapore take place. Thousands of people witness the breathtakingly beautiful fireworks set off against the backdrop of the Singapore Flyer, which is the tallest in the world. And we dare to admit that fireworks of such a scale as in Singapore, you will most likely not see anywhere else.
The terrible weather on New Year's Eve does concern Australians as their hot summer is in full swing - while on the other side of the planet, we have snow (or nasty rain). Santa Clauses bathe in the sea, and those who did not have time to dip in cool waters sunbathed on the beach. However, the absence of snow does not affect the festive mood in any way and Australians have incredibly beautiful fireworks to prove it to you!
The main New Year celebrations in Dubai are held near the tallest building in the world - the Burj Khalifa. In the same place, by the way, at the top of the 828-meter skyscraper, at midnight, a magnificent annual light show, which is truly difficult not to notice, begins. In fact, it can be seen from all parts of the city.
Rio de Janeiro
Brazilians cannot imagine their life without pyrotechnics, so they are in use at the earliest opportunity. And the New Year, as you know, is no exception! New Year's fireworks in modern Brazil reach an unprecedented scale. They are launched on the beach of Copacabana or directly from the water, where enchanting volleys of fireworks burst with flickering lights against the background of the southern sky and the Atlantic Ocean. At least once in a lifetime, treat yourself to this wonderful experience.
Fireworks in Madeira are one of the main tourist attractions. Thousands of tourists every year come here with the sole purpose of witnessing this spectacle of rare beauty. In 2006, it even entered the Guinness Book of Records as the world's largest fireworks.