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5 places to visit during solo travel in Singapore – Exploring heaven alone

Singapore is often described as a highly commercialized country. When it comes to the tourism industry of this country, many attractions are already popular among visitors from all over the world and even if you are a solo traveller, you can enjoy them equally.

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Chinatown in Singapore

Say you decide to visit Singapore during the Chinese New Year season and stay at a resort the likes of Grand Park City Hall. Apart from enjoying all the luxury that your hotel provides you, there's another very exciting thing that you can do. That's visiting Chinatown in Singapore. The fact that you are a solo traveller is simply irrelevant to this experience. It's a friendly location and you may either enjoy the best of street food, grab some interesting souvenirs or do some shopping here.

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Little India

What will you do if your mind reminds you of some Indian sweets when you are enjoying a peaceful holiday at the best luxury hotel in Singapore? The answer is quite easy. You head on to Little India. It is a colourful area that's filled with Indian shops selling various stuff. You may buy spicy food, quality spices from India, or even Indian jewellery such as bangles and earrings if you explore this place quite well. There are also some great Indian restaurants so do not forget to visit one of those for a quick bite while here.

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Temples and Churches

Singapore is a multi-cultural and a multi-religious country. So you do find a lot of temples and that's a fact. Almost all these temples are unique in their religious importance and their architectural values are also different from each other. The colonial architecture is quite visible at churches such as the Cathedral of St. Andrews and the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd. There also some other Buddhist temples worth exploring.

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Sentosa Island

If you are a solo traveller, you must definitely love a touch of adventure in everything you do. Exploring the Sentosa Island will not be that adventurous but, the cable car ride that starts from Faber Peak will surely please your senses. You, without any issue, can spend one entire day at this park enjoying the Parrot Show, the spice garden, and the man-made beach. This is one of the main attractions in Singapore, and it'll be a loss if you miss this!

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Garden of Singapore

Yes, Singapore is a commercialized country, but that does not mean that this whole country is filled with concrete buildings and ever-busy highways. There are also some great gardens here, and they are much more colourful than you imagine. The Mac Ritchie Reservoir Park is one of the most popular gardens among tourists and there is a suspended bridge through treetops that have won the hearts of many. Then there is also the Singapore Botanic Gardens that covers a land area of 80 hectares and UNESCO declared it as a World Heritage Site – which says it all about its uniqueness.

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