Solo travel gives you a chance to listen to your gut and control what direction you want to head. It allows you to reflect on your decisions and discover more about what makes you, you. Spending even a minimal time in solitude will allow you to embark on an inward journey of self-discover and that is why i will show now a few of the best places to solo travel
- Southern Thailand
Thailand’s beaches and islands are on the traditional backpacking route. Whether you choose the Gulf coast to the east or the Andaman coast to the west, you are bound to find people to chat with over a cold Chang beer if you’re travelling alone. The land of smiles is also fifteen degrees north of the equator, so there’s a tropical climate with plenty of sunshine almost year-round.
2. Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is predominantly a Buddhist country, and its residents are friendly and welcoming to all. In the interior of this island nation, the undeveloped hill country is home to tea plantations, ancient cities, forest reserves and sacred mountains. On the coast, you’ll find beautiful sandy beaches, quiet resorts and labyrinthine lagoons. Support local communities and get to know your hosts by staying in an ecolodge or a homestay.
Malaysia is often overlooked as a travel destination in favor of its neighbors and to me it’s mind-boggling! Malaysia is one of the most developed countries in Southeast Asia, making it perfect for easing yourself into a different environment before venturing to other more off-beat places in the region. As a multi-cultural country, the locals generally speak at least 2 languages, and English is usually one of them. I personally never had a problem with communication when traveling in Malaysia. In fact, a common language helped me have more local interaction in Malaysia, including participating in local events and being invited to local family events.
If you liked those three destinations please let me know. If you want to get more i will make another post of nice places to go.