If you’ve been feeling uninspired, drained, or just over it (and everyone) in general, solo travel may be just what you need to recharge. The thought of going at it alone might seem scary – but the rewards are worth it.
Thanks to budget airlines, portable Wi-Fi devices and AirBnb, the world is more accessible than ever, so it’s no surprise that more and more women are travelling solo. Klook, a digital platform that curates and organises activities for travellers, is one of the many travel companies noticing this new trend. “The majority of our pre-booking enquiries are made by women,” says Singapore Manager Chuan Sheng, who cites Japan, Korea, and Thailand as being their top destinations of choice.
Excited yet? Here are a few things to remember before going solo.
This article was originally published in CLEO.
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