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This is where the party’s at – the celebration puts you right in the middle of the action. The open spaces at the park also mean you’ll have a completely clear view of the fireworks. But go early to stake out a spot because the crowd will be mad.
Taman Tasik Titiwangsa
The best vantage points for the ten-minute display are the park’s higher grounds. A firm favourite of families, the park offers unobstructed views of the fireworks overlooking the lake.
For those around the vicinity of Pavillion, Starhill Gallery or Fahrenheit 88, you can also join in the annual New Year’s Eve street party – happening along the stretch of Jalan Bukit Bintang.
Bukit Permai, Cheras
Now that Lookout Point Ampang at Hulu Langat has closed, this little nook (dubbed ‘Little Genting’) nestled in a residential area becomes the go-to place for fireworks displays. You know you’ve arrived at the right place when you see people revelling in their pyjamas.
Jalan Bukit Pantai, Bangsar
There’s not much parking here so you might have to walk down the road from Pantai Towers for a glimpse of the fireworks.
It’s the neighbourhood of the upper-class elite but the famous hill is also known for fireworks-viewing. You can practically take in the view of the city skyline from any high ground.
The Curve's annual fireworks are a sight to behold, so go early for a good spot before the droves of people coming in put you off.
Dash to the lake to secure the best spot and stay put for a clear view of the fireworks.