New year Ras Al Khaimah Fireworks
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New year Ras Al Khaimah Fireworks, features pyrotechnics, fireworks and laser displays. The main location of the New Year Eve celebrations are in Al Hamra, and the displays will be visible from several vantage positions, from Al Marjan Island, along the coast to Al Hamra, more than 20,000 car parks will also be made available. There are 3 primarily located public viewing spots, along with activities for all the family members, children & food trucks. They will assure easy entry & exit, and the safety & security of the visitors.
The special highlight of this year’s fireworks display are the use of pyro-drones, which will bring on a spectacular display, along side recreating the key monuments in the emirate through laser displays and pyrotechnics. The pyro-drones will also be used for a majestic grand finale that marks the attempt for a Guinness World Record. Another surprise factor is the Japanese aerial shell fireworks display, which is brought for the very first time.
Last year, the Ras Al Khaimah New Year’s Eve set two Guinness World Records – for the ‘Longest chain of fireworks’ and for the ‘Longest straight line of fireworks’.
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