Places For a Solo Date to Get That #selflove
Meredith Carson | 03 February, 2023
Get cosy in a Muji-style capsule hotel
Solo travel can be liberating, but for those who need some time to warm up to the idea of travelling alone, there are plenty of solo staycay spots in Singapore to choose from. For a taste of minimalist living, book a night's stay at the KINN Capsule Hotel at Clarke Quay, which features capsule-style rooms with pull-down blinds, dual charging ports, a concealed shelf, and a pull-out round mirror.
Where: KINN Capsule Hotel, 39 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058673
Price: From $40/night
Snuggle up to a good book at MangaWork
Trust us, there's nothing better than curling up in a comfy spot with a good book. Book a visit to Mangawork, a Japanese-themed workplace and lounge, where you can snuggle up on a window-adjacent bean bag in the Thinker room, or sprawl out comfortably on a tatami chair in the Napper room. For Manga fans, there's also a ton of Manga comics to sift through and borrow from the library by the concierge. Otherwise, catch up on your favourite Netflix series with the touch-screen tablets provided to each room, complete with power sockets and high-speed WiFi.
Where: Mangawork, 291 Serangoon Road, #02-00, Singapore 218107
When: Opens 9am-11pm, Daily
Price: Rates start at $5.50/hour
Tuck into a hotpot meal for one at City HotPot
Although hotpot is traditionally a communal dish, there's no rule saying it can't be enjoyed alone. Be spoilt for choice at City Hotpot, a one pot per person concept that promises individual portions and 20 different soup bases to choose from. Feeling indecisive? Check out the available set meals from the Signature Wagyu Beef Set ($24.99) to the Wagyu Chuck Eye Roll Set ($26.99).
Where: Multiple outlets, check out their website here
When: Opens 11.30am-3pm & 5-10pm, Daily
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