Abby’s Travel Bucket List: Asia

I first visited Asia at the age of nine, during the summer following my third year of grade school. Now, at seventeen, I’ve traveled to several different parts of this vast continent, on three separate occasions. Though I’ve had the privilege to experience life (from a tourist’s perspective, of course) in a number of cities, from Lampang (my grandfather’s home) to Hong Kong (a spur of the moment trip my father and I took with his half-sister in 2012) to Tokyo (my absolute favorite Asian destination), I’ve barely scratched the surface of this unique, vibrant part of the world. Finally, I’ve compiled an Asia bucket list. (Europe & North America can be found here.)

Shall we begin?



Great Wall of China

Forbidden City

Temple of Heaven

Tiananmen Square

Beihai Park


Terra Cotta Army

Hong Kong

Victoria Peak



New Delhi



Taj Mahal




Tokyo Imperial Palace







Grand Palace

Floating Market

Chiang Mai


Thai Elephant Conservation Center

That’s it for today! I’ll be crossing off (and adding) places as the years go by.

Sending ♥s,


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6 comments on “Abby’s Travel Bucket List: Asia”

  1. I spent a summer in China and Beijing is very intriguing…. the Great Wall is absolutely incredible! 🙂

    • Ohh, how amazing, Laura! I want to visit the Great Wall someday so badly… it looks breathtaking in photos 🙂

  2. Oh hey my family and I have been living abroad in Beijing for 9 years now. This past year I went back to the States for college. You’ve got yourself a wonderful list! I went to Japan over winter break, and I went to Singapore and Thailand for swim meets 😀 I hope that your summer is full of travels! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

  3. ohh lucky you!! we’ve never been to asia yet, but hopefully one day 🙂

    • Thanks so much for the comment! I adore your photos & blog. 🙂
      Hopefully you’ll make it to Asia sometime soon! It’s an amazing continent.