New Years Eve
New Years Eve Bali 2020 Fireworks, Potato Head, Where to Go in Kuta
One of the most popular locations for New Years Eve celebrations is Kuta.
Kuta is a vibrant coastal town whose aura comes alive with loud parties, fun party goers and a combination of music and dance.
Sample any of the pubs and restaurants to catch all the action and there will also be plenty of people down on the beach listening to live music whilst they relax with a few drinks.
Kuta on New Year’s Eve will be at the epicentre of all the action.
If you want to avoid the huge crowds, but still want to head out on the town, head to Seminyak which is a little more laid back than Kuta.
Here, you will be able to enjoy dinner in a restaurant before hitting some of the bars along the beach to watch the fireworks at midnight.
Sip a cocktail on the beach as you watch the sun go down and then listen to some live music on the beach.
There are usually fireworks held on Seminyak beach at midnight.
Puputan Badung Square also offers a fun party from the early afternoon late into the evening as there are carnival and parade held here, followed by fireworks which finish off the night.
Some venues will charge a cover charge (such as the popular Potato Head) which can range from 100,000 to 300,000 IDR, so make sure to check the venue and make a booking if necessary as they will book out.
Fireworks will be held at various locations all over Bali, but just note that Bali doesn’t always run on a tight timetable.
Plan for fireworks at midnight, but don’t be surprised if there are numerous displays all throughout the night (or not at all!)
It is also important to note that New Year’s Eve falls during Bali’s peak tourist season, so you should book your flights and accommodation early to avoid disappointment.
Date & Time31 December 2020
- 12:00 pm