I think we were all very excited to start 2023! Happy New Year from the whole team of Must See In Vietnam … …and carry on the tradition of the first kiss for the new year! Your Editor
People from all around the globe launched fireworks and other events to celebrate the end of 2022 and the herald of 2023.
Travelers stop on Thu Thiem Bridge in HCMC minutes before the midnight fireworks explode. Photo by Gia Minh
The ‘family fireworks’, which take place three hours before midnight every year ahead of the main show at midnight, fill the sky over the Opera House in Sydney, Australia on New Year’s Eve. Photo by AFP/David Gray
People gather at the sea promenade, lit up during sunset on New Year’s Eve in Mumbai, India. Photo by AFP/Punit Paranjpe
People release balloons as they take part in new year celebrations in Tokyo, Japan.Photo by Reuters/Issei Kato
People gather to take part in New Year celebrations at a public park in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo by AFP/Sai Aung Main
New Year’s eve celebrations in central Seoul, South Korea. Photo by Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji
The sun sets behind Wat Arun or the temple of dawn on New Year’s Eve in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo by Reuters/Athit Perawongmetha
People hold balloons as they gather to celebrate NewYear’s Eve, amid the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Wuhan, Hubei province, China. Photo by Reuters/Tingshu Wang
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