Top 5 places on my bucket list

Well hello to you my reader chums! I love to make goals and think about the places where I want to visit as there's so much of the world I haven't seen. The world is a wonderful place with different cultures, delicious foods, cool sights, and beautiful languages that I'd love to tick as many countries off my list as possible.

With the option of travel a little uncertain right now, I wanted to take the time and dream about my must-see places when things are back to normal.

Top 5 places on my bucket list

Here are the top 5 places on my bucket list...

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has been the top of my list for a while now, ever since I got back from my backpacking travels. I've seen so many photos on Instagram, read plenty of blogs about it and every person who I've spoken to about it has said it's one of their favourite countries they've visited. There's no one reason why I want to visit Sri Lanka, I have too many. I want to experience its open nature, I want to go on the iconic train ride between Kandy and Ella, I want to meet the friendly locals and experience the country's culture. I'd love to learn more about the country, explore the hidden gems, and soak up the glory that is Sri Lanka.

Croatia 

I adore Europe and have already ticked quite a couple of countries off my list, however, there are so many more and top of my list next to see is Croatia. Croatia is one of those places that not everyone goes to as much as Spain, but also has more of a luxury appeal to it. I'd love to go island hopping on the Croatian islands and soak up the sun, and exploring the towns of Split, Istria, and Dubrovnik. Croatia seems to be unique to me as I haven't heard a huge amount about it but what I have heard is always positive.

Indonesia

I fell in love with southeast Asia on my travels and I would love to go back to see more of the countries in that region and this includes Indonesia. Like any typical obsessive Instagrammer, Bali in Indonesia is the top of my list firstly but then I'd also love to backpack around and explore the less touristy areas. From Ubud, Jakarta to Kuta and experiencing its open-air of nature, the beaches and delving into the country's culture.

Malaysia 

Similar to Indonesia, I'd love to have the opportunity to delve into the wonders of Malaysia. When I was in Thailand, I met an older couple who had told me Malaysia is like what Thailand used to be before it got busy with tourists. So I'd like to be able to experience the heart of what Malaysia is all about, meet the locals, experience the food, and venture from everywhere like Kulala Lumpur to Langkawi.

Philippines

I'll always regret not adding Phillippines to my backpacking route as it looks like such an incredible country to explore. From its beach scene in Boracay to soaking up the main culture in Manila. I don't know much about the Phillippines and its history so I would love to learn more, experience its secret hideouts, and see as much as I can.

I hope you enjoyed this post. Where is next on your bucket list?

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