Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Malaysia is known for being a generally safe country – a key factor in choosing the best places for solo travel. Travelling alone here will allow you the luxury of soaking in the beautiful and peaceful surroundings of the beaches, affordable luxury hotels and fine cuisine, all without worrying about how safe you are on your own. Plus, the city is rich in architecture, magnificent mosques and historic sites. With tourists from all over the world, you’re guaranteed to meet friendly faces and make some new friends along the way.
Auckland, New Zealand
Auckland is known for being one of the friendliest cities in the world, so the single traveller will feel right at home in no time. An affordable city with lots to see, like the Civic Theatre or the Sky Tower, Auckland is a wonderful place to visit on your own. Travelling with a group can mean conflicting interests. The beauty of seeing Auckland alone is that you can choose what you want to see and when, and you’ll always meet a friendly face along the way – among the friendliest of faces actually, according to a Condé Nast Traveler survey.
San Ignacio Town, Belize
If your desire for a solo trip comes from wanting total and complete relaxation, San Ignacio Town should be your next stop. This tropical city in Belize is the ideal getaway from stress, noise and anything else you may need a break from. A beautiful coastal view, warm weather, and sandy beaches are the perfect recipe for some good old-fashion R&R. As the country’s official language is English, San Ignacio Town is easy to navigate sans travel companion. Plus, history buffs will love that this city is located very close to ancient Mayan ruins.