10 Best Ways to Celebrate New Year 2015
New Year is all about crazy parties, fun, fireworks and midnight kisses. In 2015, why not make New Year’s Eve one that you will always cherish? Instead of wondering what to do until it’s too late to do anything memorable, use one of these 10 ideas to inspire you. You’ll make memories while you are having the time of your life.
1. Hit the beach
Nowadays it’s not surprising that people celebrate Christmas or New Year on the beach. After all, why celebrate in the cold when you can travel to someplace warm? If you plan early, you can leave your parka behind and find out how the islanders ring in the new year. For example, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic are known for their all-inclusive package deals. While it’s not a cheap way to celebrate New Year, it’s definitely worth the money!
2. Hit the city
Many cities are known for their amazing New Year’s Eve celebrations. Obviously, New York City is a great choice. But did you know that you can snag a different kind of fun in other notable cities, such as Las Vegas, New Orleans, San Diego, Miami, London, Amsterdam, and Paris? If you are going to celebrate New Year’s Eve alone, visiting another city might be an excellent option.
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3. Find a masquerade ball
Guys who want to impress a special lady, take note. There is simply something fun and freeing about dressing up and donning a mask for the ultimate celebration. A quick Google search will yield a list of New Year’s Eve masquerade balls in your area. Or, you can host your own masquerade ball. This New Year’s Eve, return to the 18th century and have the most memorable celebration ever!
4. Celebrate down under
Sydney, Australia is one of the first large cities on earth to celebrate the New Year. Why not be one of the first people on the planet to ring out the old and ring in the new. Sydney boasts one of the most spectacular fireworks displays in the world, made even more beautiful by the lovely reflection in Sydney Harbor.
5. Take New Year’s Eve to new heights
Winter sports are just the beginning if you decide to celebrate the evening in the mountains. For example, Park City, Utah is a party town with three ski resorts to choose among. Whistler-Blackcomb’s base town is teeming with restaurants, bars, and clubs. In addition, the 19-year-old Canadian drinking age makes Whistler perfect for a younger crowd.
6. Host an olive drop
Why watch a ball drop on television when you can host a real olive drop at home? In Palm Springs, Calif., restaurants and bars have recaptured the retro Palm Springs nightlife by instituting the olive drop on New Year’s Eve. Patrons are encouraged to drop an olive into their martinis at the stroke of midnight. Host a Rat Pack theme party and institute this tradition at your own home.
7. Gather your friends for first-class clubbing
Clubbing is a tried-and-true way to celebrate the new year. Dancing and partying are always more fun in groups, so rent a limo and get going. You can find one adventure after another all night long. For big groups, consider renting a party bus.
8. Wish upon a star
Disney World is a great place to celebrate the new year with your inner child. Not only will Disney give you feel-good hope for the impending new year, but you can also head over to Epcot for a toast of champagne at midnight. Dance parties are held throughout Epcot, and Disney sets up temporary bars for the celebration.
9. Keep it chill
For a truly special New Year’s Eve that only you can make memorable, agree with your significant other to “unplug” for the evening. Allow only soft jazz or classical music, and spend New Year’s Eve taking the time to truly celebrate your relationship.
10. Go bowling
Bowling has become a big event for New Year’s Eve. A bowling alley near Times Square in New York is even advertising a mystery celebrity host and a dance party to further entertain bowlers. Why not give this trending activity a try? But if you don’t live in New York and you don’t plan to visit this city on New Year’s Eve, consider going to the nearest bowling club with your friends. Read also – 10 Great Habits to Develop This Winter
Ringing in the new year is always fun, but you can add to the good time with just a little planning. From an evening at home to a destination celebration, New Year’s Eve is the perfect time to cut loose. Don’t forget to set your goals for 2015. 2015 is going to be a successful and happy year! What’s your way to ring in the new year? Share your ideas with us!