Beautiful Fireworks

The Most Beautiful Fireworks In The World

Discover the most beautiful destinations to witness breathtaking Beautiful Fireworks display and ring in the new year in the best possible manner.

Times Square, New York City, USA

Having grown up watching the ball drop in Times Square to celebrate the New Year in New York City, this celebration holds a spot in my heart forever. The thing is, people will line up all day to stand there—whatever the weather is like—and wait for midnight.

Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong loves to shoot off fireworks for its Symphony of Lights, but the fireworks over Victoria Harbor at New Year’s Eve are some of the most spectacularly choreographed fireworks in the world.

London, England

London is just a fun city to be in, no matter what time of year it is, but around holiday time, it’s a ton of fun.

Lake Bled, Slovenia

New Year’s Eve in New York is definitely an event worth experiencing in person. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people gather in Times Square and wait for the Ball to descend as they welcome the new year.

Copacabana Beach, Brazil

cariocas will send out flowers or candles while they’re down at the beach on New Year’s day to bring spiritual blessings and more to their family in the year to come.

Dubai, UAE

Let’s face it, the UAE has the financial resources and initiative to pull of some of the best fireworks in the world—and they make good on that. In 2014, they even ranked in the Guinness Book of World Records for the world’s largest fireworks display.

Sydney, Australia

As one of the first cities around the world to enter the New Year, Sydney in Australia holds a huge fireworks display every year. Millions of people watch as fireworks go off above the Sydney Opera House, Harbor, and Bridge.

Malta International Fireworks – Malta

Every year around the last week in April, the tiny island nation of Malta puts on one of the most impressive fireworks displays in the entire world.

Hong Kong New Year’s Eve Fireworks

This 5-hour amazing cruise tour with fireworks, buffet dinner, free flow drinks and exciting New Year countdown will bring you unforgettable memories during your stay in Hong Kong.


The gorgeous Mediterranean city of Barcelona celebrates its main festival, the Festa de la Mercè, at the end of September.


On New Year’s Eve 2006, Madeira made it into the Guinness Book of Records for the greatest fireworks show in the world, a title it held until 2012. It’s still one of the most stunning firework events you’ll see anywhere, and is held in the magnificent setting of the harbour at Funchal.


To celebrate the beginning of the new year, head over to the exceptionally well located Marina Bay and strike up the famous countdown surrounded by hundreds of thousands.

Prague, Czech Republic

Festivities will start on December 31st, 2016. The Prague night sky will sparkle with unprompted fireworks, launched by the inhabitants themselves. However, the official display over the City of a Hundred Spires will take place on the Vítkov hill on January 1st. You can admire its beauty from the banks of the Vltava River, the historical bridges downtown, and even in front of the Prague Castle.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

What could be best than celebrate the new year on Rio de Janeiro’s hot sand. Gather all along the mythical Copacabana beach to admire the immense fireworks which multiple colours reflect over the bay. Be a real carioca, dress in white and party all night!

Tidbits of Japan

Hanabi-taikai constitute a typical summer scene. They originated in the Edo Period (1603-1867) with the exhibition of fireworks held competitively between Tamaya and Kagiya, which were firework factories.

Arabes Dubai Mapa Emiratos

The Most Beautiful Fireworks In Arabes Dubai Mapa Emirates.


People are gathered as fireworks explode over the Yokohama port during new year celebrations in Yokohama, near Tokyo, Jan. 1, 2015.

Auckland, NZ

Firework display from the top of the Sky Tower to welcome the New Year on January 1, 2015 in Auckland, New Zealand.

Wellington, NZ

The New Year’s Eve midnight fireworks display brings in the New Year on December 31, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand. Wellington is the first capital city in the world to see in the New Year.

Kuala Lumpur

A man watches fireworks explode over Malaysia’s landmark Petronas Twin Towers during New Year celebrations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015.