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Solo Travel China
There is a lot to see and see in China, so it may be challenging to locate a friend who is also free to go with you. Even while you may be nervous about taking off on your own, you shouldn't allow that stop you from seeing the world. There are a few things that make solo travel in China more difficult, but if you come prepared, you will soon learn to appreciate your freedom in one of the world's most fascinating nations.
Pack like you're going to China on your own
To say the obvious, keep in mind that you don't have a buddy to bail you out if things go wrong, so always be prepared. Do some preliminary cost-estimating study before you go, and do your best to keep to your daily budget. Make sure you can get to your "emergency" savings from outside of town by checking with your local bank branch after setting aside some "emergency money" for the worst-case scenario. Never spend more than necessary for meals, taxi rides, or admission to sights by inquiring with your hotel or hostel. Finally, keep in regular communication with loved ones back home to fill them in on your whereabouts and future travel plans. For the most part, travelers should not worry about their safety in China; nevertheless, like in every country, there are always those unscrupulous people. Please visit this link for more information on how to protect yourself.
In addition, I think it's a good idea to get a guidebook, such as the Lonely Planet, Fodor's, or Rough Guides. Maps, recommendations for where to stay and eat, how to get about, public transit options, points of interest, phrases translated into your own tongue, and more are all included in guidebooks.
Do I go, or do I not go?
Indeed, traveling alone in any nation is difficult and not without its share of challenges, but in China, it may be especially nerve-wracking. The benefits of traveling alone, such as meeting new people, experiencing a new culture at your own speed, and trying out new activities, far exceed any drawbacks you may anticipate. It will become something that not only enlightens your spirit but also thrills you and teaches you something new. Mark Twain said, "Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you did not do than by the ones you did do...," so if you're still on the fence, keep that in mind. Wander, daydream, and learn. I promise you won't be sorry you did it.
In spite of my best efforts to present an all-encompassing look into solo travel in China based on my own travel experiences, I recognize that my viewpoint has significant limits, most notably when examining the differences between male and female solo travel in this article.