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Solo Female Travel & Backpacking in Thailand

Travelling to Thailand alone? Connect with like-minded solo female travelers and local women, share your experiences, and make new friends along the way.

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About Thailand

Thailand is a Southeast Asian country located in the heart of the Indochina peninsula. It is known for its stunning beaches, lush jungles, and vibrant culture. The country is known for its delicious cuisine, friendly locals, and stunning natural beauty. From the ancient ruins of Ayutthaya to the stunning limestone cliffs of Krabi, Thailand is a must-visit destination for any traveler.

Meet locals in Thailand

Vichada

Vichada

I love to talk to people around the world Cute and kind it’s me
Nuning

Nuning

Hello... my name is Nuning Pratiwi, İndonesian live and work in Bangkok Thailand. İ love traveling visiting country where i have a contact friend so that i can understand local life better. İ love photography and videography, cooking, architectures, nature and art. İ love foreign languages too and i speaks English, French, Japanese and basic Turkish. İ am a muslim and can read Al Quran in Arabic but İ do not speak Arabic. Hope to meet friends with same interest.
Jimbeam

Jimbeam

I’d like to join you around your area. Let’s meet for drink or tea. I’d like to recommend you about my place to travel and also I’m wanna know about your area too. I’m gonna visit Indonesia soon hope we can be friends

Stay with locals in Thailand

Dream

Dream

Can host for 3 days

Hello, host and travellers I live in Bangkok city and looking for friends around the world. I'm chill and fun. If you are a traveller and looking for a host in Bangkok, you are welcome at my place. If you are a host, I plan to travel to India in Jan 2023. I hope to meet some good persons who we can share experiences, talk, and exchange cultures, someone who open minded and fun to be with.
Jimbeam

Jimbeam

Can host for 3 days

I’d like to join you around your area. Let’s meet for drink or tea. I’d like to recommend you about my place to travel and also I’m wanna know about your area too. I’m gonna visit Indonesia soon hope we can be friends
supichcha

supichcha

Can host for 3 days

Hello! I want to see the new word, let’s see together!!

Upcoming visitors to Thailand

Lory

Lory

Journey to refine solo travels. Multi interests. Good listener. I’m sure we can vibe in a thing or two :)
Noir

Noir

hi I’m noir! I’m looking for a travel buddy to be in Thailand with that’s pretty laid back and jus wants to have fun! it’ll be my first time solo travelling🤭
Ola

Ola

Hey, I am Polish solotraveller living in Germany, let‘s meet on the way!

Experiences from Thailand

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 4 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

4.8/5Exciting

Safety

5/5Very safe

Food

4.8/5Delicious

Budget-friendly

4.5/5Cheap
November 26, 2022

Solo travel experience

I love Thailand! Chiang Mai is my happy place, I've been five times and can't wait to get back. I have always felt safe in Thailand. My first trip started in Bangkok, I stayed on Kohsan Road, mainly because I knew it would be really busy and I could wander around at night, but I didn't go to any clubs. I'd go see the sites during the day and come back to home base to listen to live music, have a drink, and people watch. The city was a bit chaotic for me (though I'm happy I went, and may return to see more in the future). I fell in love with Chiang Mai, I stay in the Old City. I've done a few tours to see the sites, but generally just happy popping into temples, bookstores, and little shops. I highly recommend the Monk Chat at Wat Chedi Luang and a cooking class with Thai Farm Cooking School-Chiang Mai-Thailand (delicious food, fun day out of the city, and a nice packable cook book for home). Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Temple is pretty spectacular. I did a sunrise visit and was fortunate to see the monks chanting, which was really powerful). I stayed in Koh Samui on either side of my trip to Koh Phangan. Samui wasn't my favourite, though it could have been the location I stayed, nice hotels but not a lot around. Beach fronts were small and packed so I spent time at the pools. Koh Phangan on the other hand was pretty amazing. I rented a little cabin (not cheap) and spent my days reading, and lazing in my hammock or chilling on the beach. I use Grab in Chiang Mai if I'm going somewhere far, it's like Uber and I've always felt safe.

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November 17, 2022

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I stayed in Thailand for 27 days and i went to: Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Koh Phangan (avoid in case you don’t want to go on party mode) Koh Tao (I love koh tao!) Ao Nang (I stayed here to go to every little island near the coast) A lot of friends recommended me to avoid Phuket so I didn’t went.

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November 5, 2022

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I was there for 3 months alone. Visited the entire country. Super safe! The weather is awesome and it was one of the best countries I've been. Food and accommodations are super cheap. Islands are a bit more expensive but nothing to worry about. I wouldn't stay more than 1 day in Bangkok. Go to the beach or north.

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August 2, 2022

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I went to Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Krabi, and Ko Samui. Highly recommend go to the any temples in Thailand but make sure you’re not wearing any shorts on that day. They will have skirts to cover up. Instead of riding elephants in Chiang Mai, I suggest go to the elephant sanctuaries to play with the elephants. In Krabi, there’s plenty to do because it’s near a beach but highly recommend getting on those boat tours to tour the island or kayaking around the sunset.

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Get answers to your travel questions

Frequently asked questions

Is Thailand safe for solo female travellers?

Yes, Thailand is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other country. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and don't accept rides from strangers. Additionally, it is important to dress modestly and respect local customs.

Is Thailand good for solo travel?

Yes, Thailand is a great destination for solo travelers. The country is generally safe and the people are friendly and welcoming. There are plenty of activities and attractions to explore, and the country is known for its delicious food. Additionally, there are plenty of accommodation options for solo travelers, from hostels to luxury resorts.

Is Thailand expensive for solo travellers?

It depends on your budget and what you plan to do while in Thailand. Generally, Thailand is considered to be a relatively affordable destination for solo travelers. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all relatively inexpensive, and there are plenty of activities and attractions that can be enjoyed on a budget.

What do I need to know before traveling to Thailand?

Visa Requirements

Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Thailand. Check with your local Thai embassy or consulate to find out what type of visa you need and how to apply.

Currency

The official currency of Thailand is the Thai Baht. Make sure to exchange your money before you arrive in Thailand, as it can be difficult to find currency exchange services in some areas.

Language

The official language of Thailand is Thai. While English is widely spoken in tourist areas, it is still helpful to learn some basic Thai phrases before your trip.

Weather

Thailand has a tropical climate with hot and humid weather year-round. Make sure to pack light, breathable clothing and sunscreen.

Culture

Thailand is a Buddhist country, so it is important to be respectful of local customs and traditions. Dress modestly and avoid public displays of affection.

What is the best time to travel to Thailand?

If you are looking for warm weather and sunny days, the best time to visit is between November and February. If you are looking for cooler temperatures and fewer crowds, the best time to visit is between March and May.

Is Thailand safe to travel alone?

Yes, Thailand is generally safe to travel alone. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other country. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and keep your valuables secure.

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