The New Year is just around the corner. It is also the time to begin preparations for the New Year resolutions begins now.
Similarly, the time for making plans for New Year parties is right now! If you are looking for tourist destinations to party this New Year then look no further.
Following are 3 places in India to celebrate your New Year in style.
Is a party eve complete without Goa? The beach destination is India’s answer to Las Vegas. On the 31st Goa’s pubs are filled with celebrities during the New Year.
SinQ in Condolim and Curlies in Anjuana witness a host of party-goers on the New Year’s.
Don’t underestimate India’s IT Capital. India’s IT Capital parties hard end of the year, every year. Bangalore’s malls and pubs are frequented with party-goers from all around the country. Book your ticket in advance if you plan to party hard this New Year!
Mumbai’s lounges and pubs are packed on New Year’s Eve right throughout the night and even the next day. You might also run in to some known celeb-faces while partying in discos and renowned hotels such as the Taj.
So, what are you waiting for? Plan your New Year night-out right away! Party safe, party responsibly!
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