Indonesian holidays offer is pretty wide and it absolutely can fulfill everyone’s expectations, with the large number of hotels, discos and restaurants that offer special programs that include some of the tastiest local and international meals, as well as different types of music, art performances and many other amusing contents. If you celebrate New Year’s Eve in Indonesia, you will realize that its main ingredients are spectacular fireworks and trumpets that will make your way into New Year a really unique and joyful experience.
Having in mind that the island of Bali is one of the most visited areas of Indonesia, with its large cultural and entertainment offer, you should not be surprised to read that this place is one of the leading areas chosen not only by tourists but also by local people who are looking for a spectacular countdown!
By now, we’re pretty sure that you’ve become seriously curious about where in Bali you could spend this special night, so we’ll recommend you some of the places in Indonesia well-known for their incredibly awesome holiday atmosphere!
One of the most attractive New Year’s party destinations on the island of Bali is definitely the city of Kuta and its surrounding areas, located in the southern Bali.
This part of Kuta is the favorite place for numerous travelers, especially if they are lovers of clubbing. In this area, you’ll never be lonely. It is well-known for its open-air parties, such as those held on Double-Six beach, but it also offers some of the greatest nightclubs where from the party spreads onto streets as the time of countdown approaches.
For the lovers of festive atmosphere who are not really into clubbing, Seminyak is a perfect place, being the trendiest place of the island of Bali, and having on its territory a large number of bars and restaurants offering live music, fantastic food and comfortable holiday ambient in New Year’s Eve.
If you are looking for a more traditional way of celebrating New Year’s Eve and trying to catch the real Indonesian spirit, then you should not miss spending this special night in Puputan Badung Square of Denpasar.