My Bucket List

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  1. Visit an active volcano.
  2. Experience October fest
  3. Adopt a cat
  4. Watch a flamenco show in Spain
  5. Go to Camp Nou
  6. Watch Messi play irl
  7. Try antigravity yoga
  8. Try acupuncture
  9. Go tandem skydiving
  10. Learn how to surf
  11. Learn archery
  12. Learn a foreign language and actually use it
  13. Learn how to play the ukulele
  14. Experience ghost walk in Europe
  15. Experience Holi in India
  16. Run a marathon
  17. Participate in a triathlon
  18. Eat a meal from a world class chef
  19. Ride a gondola in Venice
  20. Have a pizza in Italy
  21. Eat chocolate in Switzerland
  22. Experience living in a traditional Japanese house
  23. Go parasailing
  24. Go to a cat cafe
  25. Go to Tomorrowland
  26. Go to an olympic games event
  27. Go to every Disneyland in the world
  28. Walk around in a geisha costume in Japan
  29. Visit the Taj Mahal
  30. Go to Monte Carlo
  31. Go to Morocco
  32. Screen Shot 2015-10-03 at 1.00.58 AMGo to Antartica
  33. Go to Hawaii
  34. Go to Egypt
  35. Go to North Korea
  36. Go to Budapest
  37. Go to Spain
  38. Go to Portugal
  39. Go iceskating
  40. Go to Pike Place Market in Seattle
  41. Visit a perfumery in France
  42. Go to the Colosseum
  43. Stay at an ice hotel
  44. Experience Cirque de Soleil
  45. Go snorkeling
  46. Visit Anne Frank’s house
  47. Go to Machu Picchu
  48. Shower in a waterfall
  49. Go to a concert
  50. Live in an ashram
  51. Dye my hair
  52. Experience a lights out dinner
  53. Visit Count Dracula’s castle
  54. Polar bear swim
  55. Skinny dipping

If you think i’m missing something or if you have something to add, I would really appreciate if you comment down below. 🙂


7 thoughts on “My Bucket List

    1. I think swimming is too mainstream don’t you think? And the weathers pretty unpredictable so I don’t know if it’s safe. But thanks for the suggestion!


      1. Hmm… Most tourists visit Kuala Lumpur(the big city when they visit) and they see all the big city stuff. But there’s so much more to Malaysia than the big city. Come over to Penang Island, where the food tastes like heaven and the people are friendly like family. There’s A LOT of historical places like temples and UNESCO sites(villages on bridges, Little India and Baba Nyonya Museum) which are built hundreds of years ago. Or you can take a look at our beaches– the Batu Ferringi beach and have a coconut while you sunbathe. There’s also tons of water sports and hiking for you to do if you are a nature lover!! Even camping is possible(in chalets). I am personally a resident in Penang:) And I still think it’s a blessing to live here after 16 years:)


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