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Travelling Alone - Singapore & Malaysia



  • edited May 2014
    You should check out Hotels. Com[0]=0&dd=27-05-2014&numberOfRooms=1&pn=1&query=Singapore,+Singapore&rl=

    This a reliable site that I have used many times to find a hotel

    Once you see a hotel you like you can then check it out on Trip Advisor and see the reviews here is an example

    For example the Drop Inn Singapore is cheap and has good reviews.

    Food courts are the cheapest and best places to eat. There is so much to see and do in Singapore look here

    You do not say what country your from so I found this information from the Malaysian High Commission

    Have a great time

  • I know its very late. But Can I come with you. I want to see Singapore
  • i wrote some stuff here about Malaysia
  • Singapore is absolutely safe to travel.. Anywhere and anytime.. 
  • Singapore is a safe place to travel alone though you would do well to have a friend or loved one with you next time. Also select St. Regis Singapore as your base the next time to decide to go to Singapore.
  • Singapore and Malaysia both are safe mostly and you can go any time may be in the next year I go to the business meeting to the both countries..
  • Useful post..Singapore and Malaysia both places are most beautiful.Both places are safe and secure for unknown peoples like tourist and visitors.
  • Hi Friends
    I am want to  travel alone in Singapore , i have been told by many people that it is not safe to travel alone to Singapore & Malaysia.So anyone can tell me is it safe or not.

    I will appreciate your help.


  • Seems you have made your mind up since your last post. Singapore is very safe and you should have no problems. Malaysia is not so safe but still very nice. check out here
  • Thanks for  your advice
  • Both places are safe and secure......Enjoy your trip...
  • Emmawatson, Alethia is absolutely right, Singapore is probably one of the best countries in the world for a female travelling alone to explore and enjoy. In Malaysia you will have to be more careful. Do your research and think carefully about what you want to see and do - some regions of Malaysia are pretty safe and others are considered dangerous. For instance, the troubled eastern state of Sabah and the eastern islands are best avoided as the risk of kidnapping is considered high for foreigners.
  • Thanks Ella Johnson
    There is something more for u ...............
    This small island nation in southeast asia can seem almost too good to be true as a single woman: it is as safe as it is cosmopolitan. With glittering shopping malls and massive year-round sales, well-preserved cultural districts,  and a happening nightlife, there is enough to keep you on your toes.
  • edited December 2014
    Here r few things ,should we do before going on alone trip
    1. Plan in advance
    2. pack light
    3. try to arrive during the day
    4. mix with others
    5. meet the locals
    6. open up
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  • edited January 2015
    Singapore is a great country.. It clean and beautiful..Last year i made my plan to visit the Singapore.... Because i have seen it only on Tv and i was also fedup with the same routine in my office, So Then i asked my boss for leave of 15 days for this vacation in Singapore and Made a plan to visit this country with my family.. I have applied for my visa from the singapore permanent resident visa and they are very nice agents, I got my visa only in 5 days... I just love the Singapore.....
  • I've traveled by myself in both of those countries and never had any problems. You should, of course, take the same precautions you would at home to keep yourself safe: keep an eye on your drink in bars, avoid isolated places, avoid one on on situations with people you don't know too well, etc. One thing that does occasionally happen is people on motor bikes snatching purses from unsuspecting tourist gals. It's best to keep your wallet and ID in a daypack, money belt, etc.
  • Singapore & Malaysia both are very beautiful tourism attractions for visiting . I just say that both countries are safe when you have to decide journey alone.
  • Hi Guys,

    I Stayed alone in Singapore & Malaysia for one-week last year. It is safe when you have to decide journey alone. Both Countries are very beautiful tourism attractions for visiting.
    You can try Big Hotel in Singapore for safe staycation

  • Well, I don't think there is any issue travelling alone to these destinations. But frankly speaking if you have to manage your budget and time also get over all the sight seeings and attractions, you need to consult Singapore travel guide. Happy journey
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