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Traveling to Singapore: A Must-Visit City for Female Travelers

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This is a guest post written by blogger Neha Singh. If you would like to write a guest post for Expat and the City, send an email to info@expatandthecityblog.com.

For most travellers across the world, Singapore is the gateway to Asia. A relatively easy destination to travel to, this paradisiacal island country is everything you can possibly dream of. From the best cultural attractions to the well-known tourist hot spots, Singapore is every bit a tourist’s haven. For female travellers too – for whom travelling is not as easy as compared to their male counterparts.

Traveling to Singapore: Cityscape of beautiful Singapore

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Singapore proves to be one of the best places to visit. Sounds hard to believe? Here are 10 compelling reasons that proves Singapore to be a perfect place for female solo travelers.

It’s Safe. Very Safe

Petty crimes and thefts are common everywhere. If you’re not careful, you’re prone to problems. But otherwise, Singapore is considered to be an extremely safe city for females, especially solo travellers. The city has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. From littering on the streets or even chewing gum, you can be charged a fine.

The city allows you to be yourself and walk freely, even at night. This is no mean feat for a city that was until some years back was haunted by tortures and crimes. The safety rules of the country have positively impacted the influx of tourists from all over the world.

Shop ‘Til You Drop

It’s simply impossible to visit Singapore and come back empty handed, especially for women who have a taste for good things. Don’t know where to shop? Simply go to Orchard Road and it’s a promise you won’t want to return home.

Traveling to Singapore: Little India

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Other amazing places to shop for great souvenirs are Chinatown and Little India. From jewellery and clothes to handicrafts and paintings; there’s nothing you can’t find in Singapore. Shopping is almost synonymous to Singapore and it is advisable to keep a separate budget so you can spend freely.

Culturally Diverse

Cultural diversity is a huge attraction for most travelers, especially female travelers. The city is a beautiful amalgamation of various cultures including the local Malay, Chinese, Indian and more. The city is full of old temples, museums, and churches that are a must-see. The cultural fests happening all year round are one of the most popular tourist attractions of the country.

Traveling to Singapore: Haji Lane Singapore

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It Adds to Your Style

Only when you visit Singapore you realize that the city is very stylish and its style rubs off on you, too. Fashion and style are an extremely significant part of the Singaporean culture. From the architecture, to the dressing sense of the people, everything depicts elegance and class, which is very rare for a city to carry off with such grace.

It Doesn’t Burn a Hole in Your Pocket

One of the best things about Singapore is the fact that it is extremely affordable. It welcomes tourists from all walks of life with the same warmth. While it has the best of rooftop resorts for the luxury traveler, its cheap public transport ensures no backpacker should feel constrained, too.

Traveling to Singapore: Singapore Night Safari

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If you’re on your own in Singapore, all you need is a route map for the public transport. It’s very safe, cheap and literally goes everywhere across the length and breadth of the city, thus making it a perfect way to explore Singapore for one and all. Even the stay is affordable. From economical dormitories and hostels to luxurious suites; Singapore offers every traveler a place to sleep.

It Offers Both Peace and Adventure

Travelers come to a destination with different mindsets. While some come in search of peace, others come to enjoy adventures and attractions. Singapore has plenty of such places that makes it extremely appealing for all types of travelers.

Traveling to Singapore: Universal Studios

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For those looking for unmissable adventurous attractions, check out  Universal Studios, the night safari and Singapore Zoo. For those in search of peace and tranquillity, the churches and shrines of Singapore offer the calmest experiences one can ever imagine. It has the perfect balance of vibrant nightlife and quiet streets that allow you to immerse in the soul of the city.

Lip-smacking Food. Period.

Singapore is one destination that has the capability to make anyone a foodie. Irrespective of whether or not you love food, the variety is simply adorable. Also, the fact that the food is so amazingly affordable makes it one of the best unique selling points of the city.

Traveling to Singapore: Singaporean Food

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Everything from fine dining to food courts and even roadside food stalls, guaranteed you’ll leave Singapore with a happy tummy (and some insta-worthy photos, too!). From Japanese, Indian, Thai, Singaporean, European, and so many more delicacies enjoy their best versions in Singapore.

Instagram-Worthy Vistas

Singapore is surprisingly a very distinctively designed city. Almost every building in the city is designed artistically. Buildings, temples, churches, museums, roads, gardens–even the lamp posts are designed to please the eye. It’s almost impossible to call anything in the city as ugly.

Traveling to Singapore: Singapore flyer

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For the selfie lovers and memory capturers, Singapore is ideal. Almost every spot whether it is the Marin Bay Sands, Sentosa Cable car, or Singapore Flyer; each attraction is picture perfect and worthy of saving in your cherished memories folder. So, gal, forget anything but your cameras while sightseeing around majestic Singapore.

It’s Clean. It’s Green

Singapore is clean and green beyond belief. In an era where pollution and global warming are rising at an alarming rate, the greenery in Singapore is inspiring. Known as the garden city of the world, Singapore is full of greenery all around.

Traveling to Singapore: National Orchid Garden

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From the green suspended bridge to an entire futuristic garden dedicated to greenery, Singapore is a living example of how technology can  be used to make the world a better place.

It Keeps You Connected

We’re living in the 21st century and staying connected while travelling is a must, especially for solo travelers who have loved ones back at home waiting for them. Also, sharing pictures instantaneously is an integral part of our travels now, isn’t it? Internet is everywhere in Singapore, literally. Wi-Fi connectivity is present even in museums, churches and temples. Even the most commercial areas of Marina Bay Sands, and Esplanade offer fast free Wi-Fi services for the comfort of its travelers.

Traveling to Singapore: Marina Bay Sands

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Singapore has the perfect mix of culture, beauty, adventure, and serenity. It has everything a female traveler looks for – whether solo or in a group. The city not only allows you to let yourself free but also influences you to sit back and look within yourself. Singapore is a destination you just can’t do without. The city grows on you and you’ll want to come back here again and again.

Are you traveling to Singapore soon? What would you like to see and do? Let me know in the comment section below!

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About the Author

Traveling to Singapore: Neha Singh, Guest Post Contributor to Expat and the City BlogAs a Mass Comm post graduate, Neha naturally has an artistic take on everything about life. This is quite evident in her writings as well. An avid trekker, explorer and a true foodie; Neha finds happiness in small endeavours of life and loves to pen them down as a cherished memory. A firm believer that “we have just one life to live and so much to do”, Neha lives every moment to the fullest.

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16 Comments

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    Soul Drifters Travel (@soul_drifters)
    February 12, 2018 at 2:46 am

    This really is a beautiful city with so much to do and experience. I have been reading allot about Singapore and its really starting to grow on me as i am more of a mountain person that skyscrapers. But there is defiantly something calling me here. Great post!

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    Sandy N Vyjay
    February 8, 2018 at 11:14 pm

    Singapore is indeed a melting pot of cultures. A microcosm of the world. Love the fact that culture, heritage, and contemporary lifestyles coexist in harmony here. We spent a great week when we were there and would love to head back whenever possible.

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    quirkywanderer
    February 8, 2018 at 8:11 am

    Peace, adventure, clean, green, shopping, safety! WOW there is just everything summed up here about Singapore. The best part is that it isn’t a very expensive destination. Great read ! would love to visit Little India here!

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    Leah
    February 8, 2018 at 1:04 am

    We keep trying to book our flight home from Australia via a long layover here but we always miss the bargains! It looks so incredibly beautiful I can’t wait to go! No the food?! *drools*

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    Corinne ~ ReflectionsEnroute
    February 7, 2018 at 11:23 am

    Singapore is such a beautiful city! You’ve really got me wanting to go back. I really miss the food!

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    whyyouwander
    February 6, 2018 at 7:08 pm

    Thanks Neha for the blog! I would be spending a day in Singapore and this helps immensely. Thanks for adding in about safety for women travelers! Cheers!

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    Ramni
    February 5, 2018 at 1:33 am

    Oh yes, I can second you, Samantha. I have been to Singapore at least a dozen times (mostly for business) and I can confirm to everyone who’s reading this that it is THE BEST and also the safest place for ladies. The people there are very calm and inviting, and if you are from a country like India, you will definitely see the difference. The culture (mostly art festivals and sculptures there) are good-looking a sight for sore eyes. Thanks for writing this, dear.

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    Kayla Manoe
    February 4, 2018 at 9:57 pm

    Neha you have captured the charm of Singapore beautifully! And its so true, its very safe! I loved Singapore when i visited many years ago! After this post I think i’ll have to organise a trip asap to go back! Loving the photos xx

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    Teesh Osita
    February 4, 2018 at 9:16 pm

    I agree with everything except Singapore being cheap hehe. I think I spent more on food in Singapore (unless you plan to eat in hawkers everyday) than when I went to Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Singapore is an expensive city, but still worth the visit. 🙂

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    mapcameratravel1
    February 3, 2018 at 6:26 am

    Singapore is one place where i want to visit in this year. your pics are so amazing and appealing. There’s so much to do in singapore. Thanks for sharing.

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    Patricia Pagenel
    February 3, 2018 at 4:54 am

    Singapore is such a different country in all of the Asian destinations! It’s shopping and food galore! I like the way you can easily walk around. And safe for sure, totally recommend as a destination for solo travelers.

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    Dominic
    February 3, 2018 at 2:25 am

    I’ve only flown through Singapore on a layover. I have a couple clients there so am hoping to make the trip. Thanks for sharing.

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    Claire
    February 2, 2018 at 6:27 am

    Singapore is one of my favourite places in the world too! Love its variety in activities and sights 🙂

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    Caroline Ikeji
    February 1, 2018 at 1:09 pm

    Singapore has been on my list for awhile, for many of the reasons that are mentioned in this post! I mostly just want to eat all that delicious food hahah. Can’t wait to go!

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    katherinefenech2017
    February 1, 2018 at 12:11 pm

    Singapore is just gorgeous isn’t it? I was there for one day/night on a stop over and wished that I’d booked longer. There’s so much to see and do and it’s all so beautiful!

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    kumamonjeng
    February 1, 2018 at 4:58 am

    Good write up about my country!

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