Where to Go Based On Your Travel Personality - Part 2

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By Joyce Chua from THREAD SG

Whether you’re conventional who sticks to tried and tested routes or a dreamer who enjoys getting lost, there’s a holiday that suits you best.

[Read more: Where to Go Based On Your Travel Personality — Part 1]

Here are more types of travel personalities, and more destination and wardrobe suggestions for you!

The Extreme Traveller

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Extreme Travellers are intensely energetic and love to stay active. They are usually sports fanatics and adrenaline junkies and sports fanatics. Naturally, extreme travel is for them. Try shark cage diving or heli-skiing down some of the world’s most treacherous mountains in Australia.

 

The Curious Traveller

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Curious Travellers are inquisitive intellectuals who love a challenge. They enjoy exploring and don’t mind going off the beaten path. A hiking vacation in an are steeped in history would excite them as they love the idea of learning and exploration rolled into one. Try the Oregon Trail, which extends from Missouri to Oregon and includes over 100 historic sites.

 

The Celebratory Traveller

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Celebratory Travellers are party animals who love socialising. They are fun, outgoing, and are always up for a good time. They would love to escape to a gorgeous party destination to hang with friends, meet new people, and dance the night away. For that, Ibiza is their best option.

 

The Artsy Traveller

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Artsy Travellers are creative, outgoing, and love art, writing, and music. They enjoy sharing their artistic passions with people, and would most enjoy a trip to a city rich in artistic and literary history. Paris holds a myriad attractions, from the Musee d’Orsay and the Louvre to the cafes along the streets of Montmartre.

 

The Traditionalist Traveller

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Traditionalists work hard and prefer to play by the rules. They derive satisfaction from organisation and order and like to be in charge. Take a load of these Traditionalist Travellers by treating them to a package vacation where everything has been properly planned out. Rosewood Jumby Bay in Antigua is one of the highest-ranking all-inclusive resorts in the world.

 

The Compassionate Traveller

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Compassionate Travellers are conscientious and sensitive souls who care deeply about others and the world around them. They would enjoy an eco-tourism holiday, where they will get to relax, and experience nature without making a negative impact on the environment. A trip to the Galapagos Islands allows them to learn about the ecosystem as well as swim with penguins and sea lions.

 

The Dreamy Traveller

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Daydreaming Travellers are idealistic and charismatic, and they love meeting new people. They are often seen as romantics or dreamers, so they will love the charm of Scottish castles and verdant hills.

 

The Competitive Traveller

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The Competitive Traveller is hardworking, competitive, and thrive from being the leader. They are extremely driven at the workplace, so they are in serious need of some time off to relax and recharge. Somewhere luxurious and restive, where they will be pampered and well taken care of, such as the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, would be ideal for them. It was even named by Forbes magazine as one of the top beach resorts in the world, thanks to its host of relaxation and outdoor activities and facilities.

 

Which travel personality type are you? What’s your preferred way of travelling, and where’s next on your bucket list? Share your thoughts in the Comments section below!