If you have the ability to travel and pick at random where you would like to be for New Years but don't know where to do, here are a few ideas from Rohit Gupta on YouTube.
Sydney, Australia, is the first major international city to greet the New Year at midnight. The major fireworks display with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge providing a place at Sydney Harbour for a spectacular backdrop.
The dramatic skyline in Hong Kong provides a site you will never forget, and New Year's Eve fireworks just up the ante. The fireworks that illuminate stunning Victoria Harbour are set to music.
Bangkok often tops roundup lists of Asia's best nightlife cities. So of course, it's a natural place to ring in the New Year if you like crowds, noise and revelry.
The Burj Khalifa in Dubai is one of the most attention-grabbing skyscrapers in the world, and it's only more so at New Year's Eve. Bringing in 2019, it holds the record for worlds tallest building.
Historic Red Square in Moscow provides one of the coldest but also one of the most visually appealing settings for a New Year's Eve fireworks display.