The Occasional Traveller is always looking to partner with like-minded companies that can help people travel better or more efficiently. I handpick my partners and only endorse what I like or deem to be useful. Please contact me for proposals and rates.

All advertising, affiliate links and sponsorship opportunities will always be clearly indicated on The Occasional Traveller. All content originating from The Occasional Traveller should always be clearly credited to Jaclynn Seah or The Occasional Traveller and linked back to and/or the appropriate social platforms accordingly. It should not appear that the content was written by someone else other than me.

Why work with me?

Something Different

Looking for opportunities to showcase unusual destinations or a different side of popular places that people think they already know.

I want to tell stories about local experiences, interesting ways to travel alongside the must-dos in a country.

I am interested in how to make travel better and easier for myself and my readers.

Extended Reach

I put together travel guides on my own blog to help other busy travel lovers plan their own trips in the form of blogposts and/or videos that can be easily shared as content on social media.

As a freelance travel writer, destinations I visit may also be featured in other publications that I write for.

The Occasional Traveller has over 400+ original blogposts that may be available for syndication, enquire to find out more.

Seasoned Traveller

Most of the travel content on my blog is based on my personal experiences and I believe in transparency to my readers. I only work with companies and post about what I can endorse personally.

Started in 2010, The Occasional Traveller is one of the longest-running personal travel blogs in Singapore and has established a solid reputation as a trusted source of information. I have been invited to speak as a travel expert on several occasions.

Past collaborations

I have worked with a wide range of tourism boards, DMOs, airlines, hotels and other corporate partners to promote travel to destinations and other services

Tourism Boards / DMOs




Reviews on things to make your travels better


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