If you’re interested in history, architecture, and culture, the state of Karnataka in India is chockfull of it. Definitely visit the ruins of Hampi, once the capital of a mighty empire in the 16th century.
Mumbai is India’s largest city, a modern metropolis that has everything to offer a traveler. Is the City of Dreams safe for women? Here are Mumbai solo travel tips for female tourists.
What’s it like to take a luxury train in India, one that costs over US$6,000 per person for a weeklong trip? Here’s my experience in the Golden Chariot, the luxury train that goes to the south of India.
Solitary Wanderer is going back to India! This time on the Golden Chariot, a luxury train that explores the south and southwest of India, from Karnataka to Goa. Here’s our itinerary.
Is Tokyo great for solo travelers? Yes, according to Lena of The Social Travel Experiment blog. Here are 5 reasons why it’s recommended to go to Tokyo by yourself.
Interested in yoga and planning to visit India? Here’s a Rishikesh solo travel guide for you, with tips and safety considerations for women traveling solo.
Thinking of visiting India this winter? Head to Delhi, you will have so many things to do there this season! Here are just some of them.
If diving in the Maldives with manta rays is in your bucket list, I can’t blame you. Watching these huge rays swim is surreal! Here’s my experience.
Aside from temples, its floating lantern festival, and digital nomads, there are a lot more Chiang Mai attractions, too. Here are some I recommend.
Traveling to the Philippines for the first time? Here are some Manila solo travel tips to guide you, including where to stay and what to do in Manila.
If you have more than a few days in Bangkok, include the Jim Thompson House in your itinerary. It is definitely one of the must-sees in the Thai capital.
There is something for everybody in Indonesia. In this month’s Solo Travel City Guide, find out what it’s like to travel alone in Lake Toba, Sumatra.