For female backpackers seeking safe adventures in Southeast Asia, Thailand and Vietnam are top contenders. Vietnam, ranked sixth globally, is an excellent starting point according to the article.

The country offers a well-established tourist trail from the northern capital of Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City in the south, showcasing mountains, beaches, islands, and ancient towns like Hoi An and Hue. Time Out highlights the region’s culinary delights as a further attraction.

Whether navigating by train, sleeper bus, or scooter, solo travelers can expect to encounter thousands of like-minded adventurers along the way.

Heading the list is Sri Lanka, a backpacker favorite due to its ideal size for exploration, offering a wealth of UNESCO-listed ancient sites.

Other notable destinations include Portugal, the Czech Republic, Japan, Guatemala, Australia, Greece, and New Zealand, each offering unique experiences and cultural insights.

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