7 Best Travel Destinations for Single Women

Looking for the solo adventure of a lifetime? These 7 awesome travel destinations are the perfect landing places for single female travelers:

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Koh Phi Phi, Thailand

If you’re a single lady looking for an exotic experience with a high potential for new friends, head to Thailand. Pretty much anywhere in this island paradise, you will be surrounded by scenic beauty and tons of fun loving tourists – however, Koh Phi Phi is definitely the center of the action. The combination of Full Moon Parties and busy hostels make Koh Phi Phi the easiest place to meet new people while traveling Southeast Asia.

If you end up having any awkward encounters, you can easily jump on a long boat, head to the next island, and do it all over again.

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New York City, New York, USA

The big city excitement of New York City is everything it’s made out to be in the movies and more. A perfect spot for any single lady to relax or have fun, New York City has everything you need on any size budget. Between the shopping, the museums, and the potential celebrity sightings, New York City is more than enough fun for one. A solo lunch in one of the world’s finest restaurants or a picnic in Central Park is the perfect way to relax after a long day of sightseeing.

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Prague, Czech Republic

Whether it’s the Bohemian Baroque art at the Schwartzenberg Palace or a canal ride through the Vltava River, the gorgeous city of Prague will make any solo female traveler feel like a princess. The beautiful architecture of this castle-filled city offers plenty of sightseeing opportunities on a super low budget. Well known for its wide selection of locally made beer, Prague has numerous and often multi-level pubs to stop in at for any gal in need of a pint and some conversation.

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The World in Liquor

When you go out for a night, how many options for liquor does your home base bar have on offer? Sure, they’ve probably got some standard gins, vodkas, rums, whiskies, and tequilas—but probably not much of anything else. If you’re traveling, one of the best ways to start to get to know the local culture is to indulge in a popular local drink.

The World in Soda

Our taste buds can tell us a lot about ourselves. While giants like Pepsi and Coca-Cola still rule the worldwide soda market, smaller brands that represent local tastes have maintained their loyal followers for years in places like Switzerland and Barbados.

14 Ways to Spot a Frequent Traveler

The moment someone goes on their first trip and gets a taste of freedom and adventure, everything changes. They yearn for more travel, and the more they do it, the more experienced they become. It eventually gets to a point where travel is part of their lives, and it pretty much influences every decision they make. Even though you can find many different types of travelers and styles of traveling, there are some characteristics all frequent travelers share.