While wandering the grounds of the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, a Solo Travel Society member says this building screamed out to be photographed.
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While on a solo trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia, a Solo Travel Society member sent us this photo of himself exploring the Preah Khan Temple.
Sometimes hanging around until almost everyone has left nets you the best photo, as in this case for a Solo Travel Society member visiting Angkor Wat.
Phnom Penh has much to offer-the food, the sights, great massage- but this solo traveler says you should go to experience the big hearts of the local people.
If you enjoy exploring temples, eating great food, meeting wonderful people, and traveling via tuk-tuk, this solo traveler recommends a visit to Siem Reap.
This Solo Travel Society member recommends Kep, Cambodia for a safe and relaxing trip, enjoying beaches and dining on fresh crab.
When choosing a travel destination, inspiration can come from many sources. Art, history, music, books, films, tv: solo travelers share what inspires them.
Real reports by solo travelers with recommendations for the best places to solo travel Thailand including Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Koh Chang and Ao Nang Beach.
Wondering where to enjoy the holidays alone? Our readers and other sources recommend 45+ solo travel destinations for Christmas and New Year’s.
Traveling with medications takes a bit of thought. Here’s how to carry, buy and manage medications, including schedules, while traveling.
Dear Solo Traveler, Despite these difficult times, we are working hard to keep the dream of solo travel alive. That’s why we’re maintaining this bridge we’ve created between tour companies that treat solo travelers well and you, a solo traveler. Some companies are taking special measures to entice travelers back. Please have a look at the […]
When it comes to senior solo travel, age should not prevent you from fulfilling your travel dreams. The Solo Travel Society offers advice and encouragement.
This list may inspire a gift for a traveler you know. Or share it with family/friends and point out something you’d like. Or how about a gift to yourself!
On her grand solo adventure, a solo traveler discovers an organization of women welcoming women and building friendships around the world.
I asked the Solo Travel Society: What is the hardest part of traveling solo? Here’s what they had to say, along with tips for dealing with the tough stuff.
We asked you what travel has taken your breath away. Here are your answers. And hold on. This post will inspire more great travel.
A week volunteering at Elephant Nature Park in Thailand was a unique and fulfilling experience that this Solo Travel Society member highly recommends.
In response to questions about solo travel in the holiday season, members of the Solo Travel Society draw on their experiences to offer great suggestions.
A tribute to you – the readers of solo traveler – with the help of Fatboy Slim and 28 readers stories of their first time traveling solo.
Solo travel and photo safaris – for long-time reader Susan Portnoy, this is a perfect mix. Have a read…