8 Introverted Activities in Singapore

8 Introverted Activities in Singapore

Sometimes, it's hard to find someone to just take a walk around. Don't be a stranger to being alone and doing fun things just with yourself out and about Singapore. There are plenty of introverted activities that you can do without looking like you're forever-alone. And perhaps, you might just find a lot of people just like yourself.

8 Introverted Activities in Singapore
1. Visit quirky little stores that welcome lone wanderers.
There is immense freedom in prancing around cute little stores, picking up little trinkets or books that you'd like and staying in there as long as you want. Some of the places I've been to and love are the Open Bookstore, Cat Socrates, Wednesday Cafe, Littered with Books and Goods of Desire. Their shopkeepers are also much more friendly and open to talking to their visitors. 

8 Introverted Activities in Singapore
2. Have a photographic good time at shophouses or gentrified neighbourhoods.
This is my personal favourite activity as it allows time to slow down, revitalizes all senses and highlights usually imperceptible observations. If you like shophouses and places of worship - which are highly photogenic - you can consider Telok Ayer, Little India, Tiong Bahru, and Chinatown. For gentrified neighbourhoods, Bedok, Toa Payoh and Katong are great options. For graffiti walls that are highly OOTD-worthy, that stretch between Bugis to Lavender will provide a lot of walls that your camera will adore.
8 Introverted Activities in Singapore

3. Shop for furniture at IKEA or thrift stores.
Give your room a little sprucing up by going to IKEA, cash converters, and the Salvation Army. Since you are there, why not donate some of your things that are still working but no longer need them anymore? Meanwhile, if you need a little push to do this: Youtube room tours or Pinterest are fantastic motivations.
8 Introverted Activities in Singapore
4. Read books at Library@Orchard.
Library@Orchard (Orchard Central) is any bookworm's paradise. Not only is the white and wooden theme amazingly comfortable to the eyes, they have little private spaces for reading and indulging in books in an extremely serene environment. I stepped into the library and hours seemed to whizz past instantly. It's indeed an extraordinary library that will attract the younger generations... one of a kind!
8 Introverted Activities in Singapore
5. Feast happily on Singaporean meals.
The glutton personality runs in Singaporean blood... Release your inhibitions and dine on a whole tray of ten satays and have two pratas all at one go. I'm talking about my recent experience here and hell yeah it feels good. Lau Pa Sat, Newton Food Circle and Chomp Chomp allows you to have an outdoor experience as you order whatever you want to satisfy those cravings.
8 Introverted Activities in Singapore
6. Go jogging/ cycling/ rollerblading along scenic routes.
Do you always see people jogging along roads when you're shopping or chilling with friends? You can be the one enjoying those scenic routes too. Marina Bay, Robertson Quay, or even Orchard Road. It is sure to be a different exercising experience from circling around stadiums...
8 Introverted Activities in Singapore
7. Visit your alma mater.
This will be a nostalgic memory lane that will tempt you into singing the theme song of You Are The Apple of My Eye. There's no reason not to re-visit your old schools, look at what has changed (or what hasn't), and your juniors doing silly things that you've done before. 

8 Introverted Activities in Singapore

8. Take long night walks around Singapore.
If exercising isn't your thing (it sure isn't mine), long walks will definitely appeal to the introvert in you. Make sure you have your music playlist in your pocket as you saunter through the best night walk routes in Singapore through town. Some of the journeys that I would recommend include walking from Clarke Quay to Raffles Place and along Esplanade Drive to the Helix Bridge. Of course, keep your safety in mind when you take night walks!

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