The 3 Best Destinations For Solo Travel


Callum Brown, general manager of Flight Centre Asia, describes Copenhagen as “super-easy to navigate”, with 390km of bike lanes and abundant “pick up and drop off” public bikes. A regular on World Happiness lists and among the world’s most liveable cities, it has beautiful buildings, great Nordic cuisine, and many museums and galleries to keep solo holidaymakers occupied.

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Don’t miss Gamla Stan, the perfectly preserved Old Town filled with colourful baroque architecture, crooked cobblestone streets, gothic churches, hidden teahouses, and upscale boutiques. Rachel Huang, director of marketing at YOTEL Singapore, says, “Take tons of photos here!” Get a Stockholm Pass for SEK 130 (about $22) for free entry to over 60 attractions including The Royal Palace.


Singapore features editor Tan Min Yan loves Granada mainly because it’s one of the few cities in Spain that still serves a complimentary (and generous-portioned) tapa with every order of a drink. “For just a few euros, I easily had a full meal,” she says. The relatively small size of the city centre also means you can walk everywhere – Alhambra fortress included – without having to communicate with cab or bus drivers. What’s more, locals usually stay out past midnight, even on weekdays, so there’s no rush to return to your hotel after dark.

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