New Year celebrations have begun in New Zealand and Australia. 2021 was first welcomed with colorful fireworks at Auckland’s Sky Tower. Auckland is the only major city in the world, where the new year has started without any restrictions. After this, the New Year was received in a spectacular manner on Sydney’s Harbor Bridge.
The new year is bringing some high expectations amid Corona’s panic. There are preparations for celebrations in many countries, but with restrictions. The New Year knocked on Tonga Island near Australia. According to the world’s standard time, it is believed that the first night at 12 o’clock is here.
The New Year sun reaches the last of the United States near Holland and Baker Islands (January 1 at 5:30 pm Indian time). However, it is a region where there is no population. In the midst of the epidemic, we are telling you how to welcome the new year.
4 cities in the world, where the New Year celebrations are in the headlines
1. Sydney’s Harbor Bridge
This city of Australia is famous for New Year fireworks. Ferry races, musical events and military demonstrations are part of New Year’s programs on Sydney Bridge from the afternoon of 31 December. This also happened this year, but due to Corona, the gathering of people was banned here. People in Sydney saw them live.
2. Auckland’s Sky Tower
New Zealand is among the countries where the new year knocks first. When it was around 4:30 pm in India, it was 12pm in New Zealand. The first big event of the new year was celebrated in Auckland, New Zealand. The New Year was greeted with five-minute fireworks at the sky tower here.
3. Burj Khalifa of Dubai
There is complete preparation to welcome the new year here. There will be fireworks, light and laser show at Burj Khalifa at around 1:30 pm Indian time. People will get an entry by showing the QR code from the five gates built in this area. Here the Korana Guideline is very strictly enforced. There will also be live streaming of the program. It can be viewed at mydubainewyear.com.
4. Times Square of New York
New York’s Times Square, which is famous for its 24-hour illumination, will not be crowded the night of December 31. As soon as the evening of December 31 is over, New York police will bar common people from visiting Times Square. However, people will be able to watch the virtual New Year’s countdown and ball drop. This program will be held at 10:30 am Friday Indian time. The ball was first dropped here in 1907. This year a 7-foot n