5 Bachelor Paradises You Absolutely Must Add to Your Itinerary

Are you tired of striking out at the bar? Perhaps meeting the opposite sex at the bar has grown old? You see, the problem is that a lot of men restrict their game by accepting the norm. When in reality, there are tons of options scattered around the world. You’re better off skipping some nights at the bar and saving up that hard-earned cash for a seriously unforgettable trip overseas.

Overseas travel is the route the savviest bachelors take when they want to let it all hang out. So, if you’re new to traveling overseas, it’s time to get to know some well-known bachelor paradises. The following spots are all foreigner-friendly and easy for first-timers without much travel experience to hit up. Who knows, you might even like one of these places so much that you decide to never leave.

1. Bangkok


When it comes to Asian bachelor paradises, Bangkok is one of the most treasured. Bolstering an endless supply of fun and nightlife, Bangkok is the ultimate bachelor paradise. One of the most popular spots in Bangkok is none other than Sukhumvit. This place is full of bars, clubs, restaurants, and best of all, women.

As a singly guy looking to have fun, you really can’t go wrong at Sukhumvit. For people who are on a budget, another hotspot is Khao San Road. Now, this place is absolutely packed with travelers and TEFL teachers from all over the world. There, you’ll find budget hostels and people drinking in the streets until dawn. Overall, it’s a place where you go to meet like-minded people without breaking the bank.

2. Cebu


Next up is the Philippines. Comparatively, traveling to Cebu is not quite as elegant as traveling to Bangkok. Between the airport and your hotel, you’ll want to keep your door locked to prevent people roaming the streets from opening your door. And while this may sound scary, it’s actually more sad than anything.

However, once you do reach the heart of Cebu, you’ll find that it’s a very foreigner-friendly place. At the mall, you’ll be able to get everything you need, including food, beer, and even women. Yes, just about every woman in Cebu is eager to capture your attention.

The key here is to know what you’re getting into before going all-in. Otherwise, you could end up with an unforeseen tab so to speak. One place where it’s literally impossible to strike out is Mango Square. This place pops off during the night and is sure to please any bachelor with an appetite.

For guys who prefer to skip over the nightlife, there’s also the option to use some of the top Filipino dating sites to meet local women. The advantage here is that you’re able to meet women who are genuinely interested in getting to know you.

3. Sosua


Now if Asia isn’t your thing, there’s a place closer to the United States in the Dominican Republic known as Sosua. Make no mistake, this place is for bachelors because it’s full of pros. With just a little bit of money in your pocket, you’ll be able to turn your wildest dreams into reality.

Just beware, you may find that the women here are borderline too aggressive. For this reason, you’ll want to be at least somewhat street smart to know when it’s time to put your guard up. Beyond the partying, there’s also a nice beach nearby with other beach towns within a reasonable distance.

If you’d like to stay close to Sosua without actually staying in Sosua, Cabarete is more chill. Close to Cabarete, there are popular windsurfing spots and affordable lessons. On top of that, there are some excellent surf spots. A good way to tour the area is to rent a motorbike.

4. Medellin


For people who want to see what Colombia has to offer, Medellin is a great place to start. Home to some of the most beautiful women in the world, Medellin goes by the “City of Eternal Spring.” This means that you don’t need to pack warm clothes when traveling to Medellin or worry about it getting too hot.

Throughout the city, there are places to drink, party, and dance the night away. Of those places, El Poblado is one of the most popular for foreigners. Compared to other parts of the city, El Poblado is safer because it’s more upscale and packed with foreigners. In some ways, this can be a good thing, while in other ways it can be a bad thing since there’s more competition.

For men who are feeling more adventurous, take the time to research other parts of the city with fewer foreigners. You’ll also find that it’s more affordable to stay outside of Poblado if you’re traveling on a budget.

5. Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo

The first place that pops into your head when you think of Brazil is more than likely Rio. Yet, while Rio is a bonafide bachelor paradise for its own reasons, the days of high foreigner value in Brazil are long over. With that being said, it’s best to venture outside of Rio to get a better taste of what Brazil has to offer.

And one place that’s sure to please is Sao Paulo. With its large population and vibrant nightlife, you’re guaranteed to be glad to have arrived as a bachelor. One thing that makes Sao Paulo unique is that the party never stops. This means that if you’re looking to make the most out of a shorter vacation, you’ll be able to do just that.

Final Words of Advice

At this point, you should be eager to plan your next adventure as a bachelor. Just think about how much more fun you’ll have by treating yourself to an overseas trip instead of blowing money at the bar. If you’re currently low on funds, take a moment to calculate how much money you spend at the bar each weekend.

Just a few weeks off might help you to save up all the money you need to make a trip to one of these places happen. Because the best part is that most of these places are affordable. With that in mind, you’ll most likely need to save up for your flight expense first. Depending on your flexibility, set some travel alerts on popular flight tracker sites to make sure you don’t miss out on the best deals.

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