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New Year’s Eve: UAE gearing up for two new World Record-breaking fireworks

The emirate of Ras Al Khaimah is gearing up for two new Guinness World Record-breaking fireworks displays, which will feature drones, lights, and dazzling...

The charm of New Year’s Eve in Vientiane (Laos)

When you stop at Vang Vieng, you can take a wagon ride to Vientiane, which successfully takes less time of nearly 2 hours to...

12 Grapes At Midnight: Spain’s Great New Year’s Eve Tradition, And Superstition

Every country has its individual holiday superstitions and traditions, and Portugal is no exception! And even though toasting with champagne or bubbly (never water)...

Let’s celebrate New Year’s Eve in Hungary

Like in many other countries, New Year’s Eve in Hungary is also ushered in with home parties and street parties on December 31st, which...

New Year’s Eve Imperial Ball Vienna

Around New Year, Austria is the place to be. And when it comes to celebrating New Year's Eve in style, no other city beats...

New Year’s Eve: Break Dishes Friends’ Doorstep in Denmark

What would normally be considered vandalism, the Danish have a very old tradition of breaking dishes on the doorsteps of family and friends on...
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