The Solo Adventure: Exploring Singapore Alone
Solo adventures don’t appeal to many of us but the great thing about those is that they offer the right context to discover so much more about our individual selves: our real potential, our limitations and or real preferences. But instead of following that common idea that people, generally, shouldn’t do things alone, you can always find new, daring activities to challenge yourself alone. Travelling is one of those things and for this particular purpose, Singapore seems to be just the perfect destination.
Those with a good love for everything cultural will be thrilled to hear this suggestion. This is an especially activity to engage in alone and to enjoy in all its splendour. Generally, people, have severe disagreements when it comes to this type of activity. People in larger groups don’t love the same types of activities and this usually leads to unpleasant and disrupting attitudes on all their part. Singapore is the preferred destination to explore various museums, starting with the National Museum of Singapore. This is a great place to start since you can always rant a small interactive recording set and play the set recordings as you pass through various exhibitions. If the idea of a solo adventure starts to thrill you already, go ahead and get your Singapore tourist visa as soon as possible.
Singapore’s Orchard Road is mad and thrilling but if you want to find some peace alone, we recommend going on a bookstore binging trip. If you’re the type that doesn’t want to be bothered by a pushy shopping assistant, Singapore is for you. The bookstores here are both customer-friendly and they respect each visitor’s privacy. This is another type of activity which you can easily enjoy by yourself. The Kinokuniya Main Store located at Ngee Ann City has been recommended on multiple occasions by booklovers as the best bookstore in Singapore, so make sure to give it a try!
Visit Parks and Trails
There may not be a park as impressive as the Central Park in NYC, but Singapore certainly has a generous offer for those who also want to get moving. The East Coast Park is a great choice for those who want to enjoy part of Singapore’s natural beauty and get their blood moving. You can walk, run, jug, you can rent a bike or a rollerblade. For those wanting to enjoy some of its natural beauty more in-depth, the MacRitchie Reservoir is perfect to enjoy some tranquillity and alone-time in the depth of this “jungle”.
Discover Solo Hobbies
If you think that book shopping is the only solo hobby out there that you can enjoy in Singapore, you’re in the wrong. Enjoy kite-flying at Marina Barrage where, in 2011 was held the Singapore International Kite Day. Since then, people who want to raise their kites high gather in the park, in the comfortable and light-hearted atmosphere.
These are our suggestions of solo activities that you can enjoy alone while visiting Singapore.