Last year, Mashable took notice of Manila's gaudy, fireworks-crazy New Year's Eve celebration.
We weren't about to let up.
Despite the government's constant reminder (read: gruesome TV spots), we just can't seem to abandon the explosive manner by which we welcome the New Year.
This year's display proved no different, as a prismatic array of pyrotechnics decked the metro's skyline, as seen in the videos below.
One YouTube user captured the majestic sight from the 34th floor of The Oriental Place in Makati, facing Manila Bay:
Meanwhile, this one was shot from high-rise residential building Gramercy, overlooking Rockwell and Ayala in Makati:
Safety issues aside, here's to hoping 2016 would be as bright as this NYE's night sky!
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