Best Places to enjoy New Year’s Eve 2018 fireworks and celebrations in Islamabad
For many years, Islamabad has been known as a dull city as compared to other happening cities of Pakistan. But lately, people and things have changed for good.
As the new year is almost here, Islamabad is fully prepared with loads of New Year’s Eve events and fireworks.
We have compiled a list of the most happening places that you should visit with your friends, families or your loved ones.
Here are some events that are happening in the capital city this New Year’s Eve:
1. Giga Mall fireworks
Giga Mall in DHA has arranged Grand Fireworks for the residents of twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. You don’t want to miss this massive New Year event with friends and family at Giga Mall.
2. Bahria Enclave Islamabad fireworks
Keeping on the tradition of last year, Bahria Town has announced to celebrate the beginning of the New Year by organizing spectacular and simultaneous displays of fireworks in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. Visit Bahria Enclave Islamabad for food, music and fireworks.
3. Food and fireworks at Tuscany Courtyard
Tuscany Courtyard restaurant has planned a sparkling evening with great food and dazzling fireworks.
4. Bonfire, music and sky lanterns at Lake View Park
Adventure clubs of Islamabad, Alpha Adventure Club, Ibex Adventure Club, Margala Trips and Tours, have arranged an amazing celebratin which includes bonfire, dinner, DJ music, sky lanterns and cultural performance.
Ticket: Rs. 1500 (contact 03111-953338 or 0336-5258535) Details
5. Dinner, bonfire and sky lanterns by Sadhu’s Retreat
The Fossils by Sadhu’s Retreat have arranged buffet dinner BBQ, bonfire, open mic, sky lanterns, fireworks and much more. Book now 02314-5187977. Details.
6. New Year food deal at Waffle House
Waffle House has announced an “All you can eat at Rs 499+tax/head” deal. Eat as many pizza and sweet waffles as you want. This offer is valid on 31st Dec till 2nd January.
PS: This is not a promotional campaign for any of the mentioned restaurants.
Featured photo by Usman Miski taken in Islamabad in 2015