Who doesn’t like a free trip? Certainly, everyone wants to travel the world for free, which is why travel hacking or miles earning has been a very popular topic as of recent years. Earning miles can be a lengthy process, but yet a thoroughly rewarding one, just take a look at all these Singapore travel blogs. There can be no better feeling than to have paid for your entire trip with miles, knowing that all your hard work has been put to good use. If you are anything like us, and like to plan ahead for your trips, you will no doubt have been conducting your research for your holiday. No surprise here that travel blogs are one of the best ways to research for trips to maximise your time and get the most out of your holiday.[/vc_column_text]
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The Ultimate List – 93 Singapore travel blogs
Travelerfolio is probably one of the more famous Singapore travel blogs, having been around since 2008. 10 years may not seem that long, but in the blogosphere that means you are one of the OGs. Having been featured in various news outlets and the recipient of awards like the Super Blogger Award, you can be sure of great content and tips for your trips!
2. Live laugh travel
Live laugh travel is a blog that consists of travels to mainly Asia, with the bulk of it to Japan. So if you are a Japan fanatic, this is the blog for you. Started by Alvin, who although is not a full time traveler, there are enough posts and variety to keep you entertained!
3. The Occasional Traveller
The Occasional Traveller was started by Jaclynn in 2010, to cater to busy working professionals like herself, before she quit to become a full time freelance travel writer. She took a 15 month, 35 countries trip which garnered her interviews with publications like the Business Times. Not surprisingly, this is one of the Singapore travel blogs that has a serious list of countries that you can take reference to. She writes from the perspective of a solo female traveller, so something unique for all women out there!
One of the most catchy names in this list of Singapore travel blogs, Pohtecktoes is a blog started by Hendric. If you are wondering how the name came about, it is a play on his mandarin name. (Which makes you curious to know what his full mandarin name is, doesn’t it!) With great guides, pictures and videos, it is no wonder this blog won a best travel blog in 2015!
For those that are familiar with local Singapore travel blogs, Alvinology is probably a household name among Singaporeans and one of the bigger blogs on this list. Although the site is really on all things Singapore, the travel section is comprehensive, with new posts every few days. If you are looking for more mainstream hotel reviews and aviation news, this is the site for you!
6. Seth Lui
Here is another blog that will be recognised by local Singapore foodies, you can bet that they have a section dedicated to travel, no doubt fuelled by the jet setting aspirations of many Singaporeans. The travel section was started not too long ago, so there might not be as much content, but in terms of overseas food guides this can still be a useful resource. You can be sure that this will be filled in no time to come!
7. Discover book travel
Started by Tommy and Samantha, this blog has tons of content. Trip itineraries are clearly laid out so if you are a lazy traveller, this will be a godsend as you can just take it and follow, all the hard work has been done for you! This site is probably one of the earlier Singapore travel blogs as well!
iwandered is started by Bino, a Singaporean travel blogger and writer. His work has been in publications such as the Straits Times and Forbes so you can be sure of high quality content. It is pretty evident in the site as there is a wide spread of content, from travel guides to reviews of luxury hotels and airline trips.
9. The Shutterwhale
The Shutterwhale was started by Mark and once you visit his site what really stands out is his crisp photography. He has a specific focus on luxury hotels and trips on business class, so something different from the rest of the Singapore travel blogs.
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A great name for a Singapore mile focused site, isn’t it? If you didn’t know already, Aaron (who is behind the Milelion) was one of the few who called out the bloggers on the UOB Krisflyer PR fail. So you can be sure of honest and authentic reviews from him, on mile chasing news and travel trip reviews.
11. The Keepers Map
The Keepers Map is one of the more unique Singapore travel blogs because you can download a free itineraries, with costs, time/distance between attractions and insider tips. And it is available in pdf and word to make your life easier! Jun, the owner of the blog, has the credentials to back it up too, as she used to be a full time food and travel writer, photographer and videographer!
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Mainlymiles is another site dedicated to mile chasers, and has great reviews on business class flights and hotels as well. The photos are great and the reviews are long and comprehensive so you can be sure nothing is missed out in the reviews!
13. Sunrise Odyssey
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Sunrise Odyssey is a travel blog that was started by Daniel and Gina, and visiting their travelogue you can see that it is mainly destinations in Asia with unique ones like Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, so expect posts to places off the beaten track with them!
Passportchop is another blog that has won accolades from the blogging industry and has done tie ups with big names in the tourism industry. They have guides to most popular locations that Singaporeans are interested in so look forward to trip itineraries and reviews of all your favourite places!
15. The Smart Local
The Smart Local is definitely more suited to the millennial generation, with clickbait headlines and activities that are more suited for the younger generation. They have a lot of variety in the articles, and one of their strengths is also in the quality of their videos which make them a standout in this list.
The purists among you might not consider this as a blog per se, but you will be surprised at how much content there is inside. As a site created by Singapore Airlines, you can be sure of up to date news on destinations around the world and great unique articles and captivating visuals.
17. Expedia travel blog
Again, this site is created by a big company, which in this case is Expedia. Although you would expect it to be very corporate and boring, it is actually very informative and has a lot of different content. The site is also styled very much like a local media blog, with both short and long form articles.
18. Have Halal Will Travel
Have Halal will Travel is an interesting one because it’s main focus is to help muslim travellers with guides and more information about what to see and do. Particularly because in certain countries, halal food can be hard to find, so this is a niche spot which seems to be working out great for them! Certainly one of the more distinctive Singapore travel blogs out there.
19. The Travel Intern
The Travel Intern is a community of what they terms as storytellers and explorers. There are tons of travel guides and all costs are detailed out so if you are budget conscious, this is a great site for you.
20. Our Little Smarties
Our Little Smarties is a Singapore travel blogs that has its main focus on family travel. Although originally starting out as a blog for her son, Emily has great content that will interest any family that is planning for their holidays!
Although upon first glance of the name you would probably never think of a travel blog, once you visit the site, the reason of the name becomes immediately apparent. Tom and Kate, the founders of the blog has created a fantastic resource and each post is very detailed. Not to mention, almost all the photos have painstakingly featured at least one of the bears!
Wanderlex is a blog started by Alex, who has a goal of visiting 50 countries before he turns 50. As you can see from his list of countries and cities on the site, it is quite impressive! Particularly as he is not even doing it full time.
23. A Girl and a Bald Traveller
With such a unique name, you can be sure that this site would be different from the usual run of the mill blogs. And it is. The writing style is humorous and seemingly written without much filter so it seems more personal. Oh and they visit really quirky places as well, so one of the more distinctive Singapore travel blogs for sure!
24. Travel Snap Stories
Travel Snap Stories is another blog with a focus on family travel. So it is very ideal for those that are looking at holiday trips with their family. Another great touch is the summary at the end of each post!
Jayndee is a blog started by Jan and Daniel with very detailed itineraries and lots of photos. They have different skillsets as a marketer and a creative designer and it shows in their site!
26. Faith Joy Hope
Faith Joy Hope is a travel blog that was created by Jiahui who is an avid photographer and traveller. This can be seen easily through each picture heavy post, and you can clearly see her passion in sharing her travels with you.
27. Pam goes Travelling
Pamela is the travel blogger behind her site, Pam goes Travelling. In 2017, she quit her job and left for Colombia to learn Spanish. Her blog is exciting to read as her storytelling makes you feel like you are actually accompanying her on the trip! Definitely one of the unique Singapore travel blogs!
28. The List
The List is one of the Singapore travel blogs that is maintained by a self proclaimed travel enthusiast called Pei. As you can see from the name, it is full of tips and lists of places that she has visited with a slight fashion focus!
29. Beyond e Little Red Dot
As you can tell from the name, this is a blog started by Edwin to chronicle his journeys out of Singapore. You can tell from the posts that he is an avid photographer, and he has definitely captured some really great sights!
30. Guitar123 Food and Travel
Don’t be fooled by the unassuming appearance of the blog as it is what is inside that counts! Each post is full of pictures and videos and really details out the whole trip for you.
31. Koala Travels the World
Koala Travels the World is a blog started by Xin, who quit her hedge fund job to travel the world! Since then she has spent a couple of months in places like South America and Africa, so you can be sure that you will have tons of travel tips and places to go from visiting her site!
Roamscapes is a travel blog started by Brooke and has been a standout since, having been selected by Tripzilla as one of the top 7 travel blogs in Singapore and also having posts featured by Lonely Planet.
No prizes here for guessing the name of the owner of the blog. Cavin’s travel blog has garnered an impressive amount of posts, and each post is full of pictures so if visuals appeal the most to you, then this is a great option. With travels mainly in the Asian region, this is really a great resource for your own trips!
34. Wild Junket
Wild Junket was started by Nellie, who has been to an incredible more than 120 countries so far. She has been travelling since 2003 and her personal mission is to travel to every country in the world. Her blog is really an incredible resource for any trip planners out there!
Floraisabelle is a blog that Flora writes about her life stories and travels. Her images are really nice and have a great style to them. The site is well designed and it is easy to find all the travel posts in one place!
Aspirant was a blog that started in 2012 and has been recognised by Skyscanner as one of the top Singapore travel blogs. Although it has been acquired by The Influencer Media, you can see that they continue to churn out quality content.
Flyhoneystars is an award winning blog that features lots of high quality content. Get inspired by reading the articles and going through all the useful tips! Looking at the list of partners, it is surely one of the more popular Singapore travel blogs!
38. Elgena Hearts
Elgena is a lifestyle blogger with a section on travel. Her travelogues are down to earth and easy to read so they will appeal to the easy going traveller.
Shennyyang is a lifestyle blogger that is a DJ as well! She has a couple of travel guides and does tie ups with different companies and brands so you can expect to get more travel deals from her site!
With a name like that, you just know it has to be Singaporean behind it, doesn’t it. Although it does not seem to be updated as much, it still has lots to offer with more off the beaten track guides.
Rui Ying is a lifestyle blogger that posts on travel as well. If you look through her travel trips, you can see that there is quite a lot of focus on food. So foodies will be totally appreciative of such tips!
42. Suma Beach Lifestyle
Interestingly, Suma Lifestyle was started by Elaine who is Canadian but currently resides in Singapore. The site looks professional and it is really almost like an online travel magazine.
This Singapore travel blog was started by Bryan who has compiled all his trips into one easy to read website. His work has been featured in places like Tripzilla and Thought Catalog.
A self proclaimed obsession with mountains, scuba diving and beaches has brought about tons of great visuals in her blog. Interestingly, posts with her in the photo is always covered with a sun image. As some people would say, some mystery never hurts.
This lifestyle blog was started by Charlene, and because of additions to the family, the travel focus has definitely been on family. So for young families out there, this is one of the Singapore travel blogs that will definitely be a great resource for planning any trips.
The Petite Wanderess is a travel blog started by Kristine. It is one of the few Singapore travel blogs with a focus on health and wellness aspects of life. She hopes that the visuals will inspire you to go ahead and begin on your own travels and experiences.
Jeraldine is an award winning blogger that uses her blog as a platform to share about bread and butter issues to young adults. Of course, she also has a section on travel with some tips and guides for travelling.
Travelvoila is a travel blog that is written by Donovan, a Singaporean that is currently based in France. So if you are heading to France soon, you can expect a great guide to France, all written from a Singaporean perspective.
49. Jensen Chua Photography
Jensen is the creative source behind his site, Jensen Chua Photography. With such a name, no doubt that images are of the highest quality. He has also won many photographic awards and was even selected by the Hokkaido Tourism Bureau for sponsored photography trips!
Sparklette was founded in 2003 by Veron although she is mainly a lifestyle blogger, she has lots of posts on travel that will hopefully inspire you to plan your trips well and travel more!
One of the Singapore travel blogs focused on family travel, Waiwai has developed many posts on travelling. However, these are mainly to asian countries such as Japan and Taiwan.
52. Ms Skinnyfat
Some of you might recognise this blog as it dwells more commonly in food. But if anything, travel and food usually go hand in hand so if you are looking out for a foodie trip then look no further!
As said on her blog, Lydiascapes is all about “bringing you on escapades into the world of spectacular”. So far she has visited 96 cities and 33 countries so take a look around, it will definitely motivate you to start your own travel adventure.
Yina is a lifestyle blogger but her category on travel is rather comprehensive and each post can be quite detailed! As she loves photography, you get great visuals with a varied focus on food and travels!
55. Derek Low
You would probably know Derek’s blog better by his wildly viral post on “What it’s like to fly the $23,000 Singapore Airlines Suites Class“. With his work being featured on places like TIME and Forbes, you can be sure that he knows a thing or two about travel.
56. The Wacky Duo
The Wacky Duo is a family travel blog that is unique in that each post is written from the perspective of the whole family. It has won multiple awards and each post is really detailed and a must read for all families planning their trips out there!
Mitsueki is a lifestyle blog started by Daphne. She plans to travel or have a staycation every single month for 2018 so you can expect a lot of travel posts from her this year!
Just from her blog name itself, it is safe to assume that Melissa has a love for eating and travelling around the world. She has many travel guides that are food related. Not to mention, at this point of writing, her instagram page @girleatworld has close to 400k followers!
59. Lifes Tiny Miracles
Lifes Tiny Miracles is another family oriented blog on their experiences as a family of four in Singapore. Started by David and Angie, their travel posts even includes videos for your viewing pleasure!
Dokivee is a lifestyle blog written by Vivian and her travelogues are full of pictures and are nicely detailed. They are written in a personal manner so almost feel as if you are going along for the trip!
Alexis started her lifestyle blog rather early on, but only started with food reviews/recommendations since 2010. Since then, she has branched out to other verticals, with travel being one of them.
62. Esther Xie
Esther has started blogging since 2006 and although she is a lifestyle blogger, she has quite a lot of posts on travel! Each post is very detailed with lots of photos, so hopefully the photos will inspire you to more travels this year.
63. The Hungry Geek
The Hungry Geek was started by David and Sheryn, with their shared passion of travelling and food. Although there aren’t many places on the site yet but they are nonetheless more than comprehensive enough.
64. Sengkang Babies
Sengkang Babies is a family blog documenting their travels in Singapore and overseas. Their holidays are mostly to South East Asia, and the trip reports are full of detail and photos!
Cheekiemonkie is one of the award winning Singapore travel blogs with the founder, Kelvin, having even written a book. They have lots of tips on travelling with kids as well as many blog posts showing off their trips in greater detail.
66. Alice Travel Story
Alice Travel Story is a very interesting blog chronicling their own travels, which they describe themselves in their own words as “two clumsy senior citizens”. Their many trips will hopefully inspire more older people of the benefits of going on more holidays!
Wodejiaoying is a travel blog started by Jerlin. Although there is not much information about her, her travel posts are informative and includes itineraries as well as budgets for her trips!
68. Ylyn Journal
While primarily a food blog, Ylyn Journal has enough travel content to keep you busy for awhile! Plus being food focused on travel blogs is always a plus point for food crazed Singaporeans.
69. Travelled Paths
Travelled Paths is the creation of Simon, who has won multiple awards for his blog. He hikes at least two mountains a month, so for those looking at outdoor hikes and trips, you know where to go!
70. Javin Tham
This self named lifestyle blog has travel posts that go up to 27 countries in the world! If you are interested in diving, this is one of the few Singapore travel blogs with such detailed posts on it!
71. A Happy Mum
A Happy Mum is started by Summer, a mum with 3 kids. Her blog was meant to document her journey after staying in Europe for a couple of years. So you can look forward to many posts of Europe!
Pekyi is a lifestyle blog started by Yi Tsing. If you are looking out for interesting hotel reviews and places to go, this is a great place to start!
73. The Castien Co
The Castien Co was started by a group of friends that believe that travelling is all about the company. So you can expect lots of useful tips and guides as well as great recommendations to new destinations!
74. My Turn to Travel
My Turn to Travel is a travel blog created to inspire you to leave your comfort zone and travel the world. From a one way ticket to Brazil, Owen has many posts on South America. As this is not a common destination among Singaporeans, if you happen to be going there, this blog will definitely be a treasure trove for you.
Dream2travel8 is a travel blog started by Claire, who is currently taking a break from work and living with her husband in Europe. So you can expect to research on many great trips to Europe from an almost local perspective!
76. Escapes from the Little Red Dot
This travel blog is the creation of Zi Yi, who caught the travel bug after taking a graduation trip to Central Europe. Each trip post is very detailed and his hope is to help like minded travellers plan their better with his itineraries!
77. Backpack Wonders
Backpack Wonders is a travel blog that although does not have a huge catalog of countries compared to other Singapore travel blogs, each post is actually very exhaustive and a contains a multitude of photos!
78. Bel around the World
This travel blog was created by Isabel, who is currently a full-time travel blogger. As she started the blog when she was still an undergraduate, she hopes to help others with travel tips on a budget and learning how to make use of travel opportunities when being a student!
Sgdivegirl is probably one of the only Singapore travel blogs in its own niche on this list. If you cannot tell by now, this travel blog was started by Kristin, who loves anything sea related. She hopes to inspire others to explore the seas around and to contribute to marine conservation efforts around the world!
80. Shiny Visa
Shiny Visa is a travel blog that was started to share travel experiences around the world. They hope to help others make their trips, easier, more fun, safe and affordable!
81. When she travels the world
Iva is the brains behind When she travels the world, a travel blog that is dedicated to showing her travels and experiences!
82. Aaron Teoh
A self titled travel blog, Aaron started his travel blog to chronicle his experiences, with his niche being destinations that are accessible yet different from the norm.
83. World Street Journal
World Street Journal is a travel blog started by Xichen, for mainly travels in Europe and a unique focus on history and music. You can even download the itineraries and a break down of daily activities!
84. Bernard the Traveller
Bernard is a full time business consultant and part time traveller that believes in the importance of a full research before going on a trip. So for the organised traveller out there this is a great place to start!
BPDG travels is a family travel and lifestyle blog that was started from Barry, Phoebe, Denver and Gladys. They hope to inspire others to find places that are family friendly and to provide useful information on fun activities and events!
86. Tan Taik Wee
This travel blog is started by Paulo, and started off as a place for his exploits but is now a great place for useful tips and stories of his travels!
87. Adventures with Family
Adventures with Family is a family travel blog started by Rosie, who used to work in the travel industry. She hopes to help other families find places to go on holiday that are safe and family friendly!
88. They Are Judged
They Are Judged was started with the aim to let you “judge airlines and hotels from the reviews of Adray, who has worked in the aviation field. So you can expect to have an expert opinion on anything to do with airlines especially!
Loveyloi was named after a pink Love-A-Lot Care Bear and is heavily featured in the travel blog. You can expect lots of posts on Japan as it is their favourite place!
90. Follow My Wanders
Follow my wanders is a beauty and travel blog started by Tina. Her blog is unique as she has bilingual posts for English and Chinese readers, so one of the more specialised Singapore travel blogs for sure!
91. Rambling Feet
Rambling Feet is one of the Singapore travel blogs that focuses on independent travel. The aim of the blog is to inspire people to do something different and the blog is interesting as it has a mix of personal stories and tips on solo and budget travel!
92. Everyday Im Travelling
A travel blog started by CYZ in 2013, you can expect to see tons of travelling trip reports and guides from popular tourist destinations like Japan, Thailand and Taiwan to name a few!
93. Go Away Sam
Go Away Sam is one of the Singapore travel blogs that focuses mainly on Japan. You can view many different cities that are not as common, like Tomamu, Narai and Hirosaki just to name a few!