Singapore: best for a solo stopover

You can choose to amble with an audio guide through the Chinatown Heritage Centre, gawp at the otherworldly Gardens by the Bay, plunge into a lavish rooftop pool, or join the hordes feasting in Singapore’s hawker food courts, the city is perfectly suited to solo travel. An added bonus is the city’s cosmopolitan attitude – locals don’t bat an eyelid at the daily influx of international arrivals, and there are few hassles and scams to worry about.

You can checking out the cozy cafes and quirky boutiques in the gentrified 1930s housing estate of Tiong Bahru.

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