Edited by Holly Stark
With many great things to do in Singapore alone, such as cycling through the city streets, cafe hopping, exploring hippy neighbourhoods and admiring the twinkling Singapore river, the island city won’t leave you disappointed. When journeying on your Singapore solo travel adventure, you’ll soon find that city is alive in its illuminated state, both during the day and at night. It’s a city for everyone. At its heart is an opening and welcoming to people from all walks of life. To describe my city I would use the name of a food: rojak. It means mixture or eclectic mix. The food which the saying takes its meaning from is actually a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Other than referring to this fruit salad dish, the colloquial meaning rojak correlates directly to the people and vibe in Singapore. The ratio and diversity of people is amazing. My city is a mixture of everything; and that’s echoed in its food scene too; if you’re wondering where to eat alone in Singapore, you’ll be spoiled for choice with the variety. So if you’re travelling to Singapore alone, fear not, as the city will love you, and there will definitely be something to cater for you!