Jaclynn Seah is a travel and arts writer from Singapore who has been featured in international and local publications. She is a content producer and storyteller with experience in video editing and digital curation. Her background is in communications and marketing.


My work has been printed in a variety of travel, arts and lifestyle magazines and newspapers.

Straits Times – Cycling in Taipei

The Straits Times

APR 2019 – I wrote a piece about exploring Taipei via its YouBike bike sharing system. Read the print article here or online at the ST website (paywall) here

The A List

The A List

I wrote several feature articles for this free bi-weekly publication about the arts and culture in Singapore.

Turkish Airlines Skylife

Turkish Airlines Skylife

I wrote several articles about my travels for the Turkish Airlines inflight magazine. See all my articles on skylife.com

Today - Boquete, Panama


AUG 2017 – I wrote a story about my week studying Spanish and exploring in Boquete, Panama for the NATAS travel fair supplement for Singapore’s Today newspaper. See my blog post or the online article here

The Finder SG – Krabi and Phnom Penh

The Finder SG

JUL 2017 – I wrote several country recommendations for The Finder Singapore’s Best Getaways 2017 issue. See the online version of the Krabi article (not the same as the print!) here. The scan of the original article can be found here


Publications I currently write for or have contributed to on a semi-regular basis since 2013.

Touring Bird


I film and edit short video clips for collaborations and online promotion

I produced 4 short videos in partnership with Scoot to promote flying to Taipei and exploring lesser known sights in Taiwan.
More this way.

A short clip about scuba diving in Anilao, Philippines which showcases my partner Crystal Blue Dive Resort’s facilities.
More this way.

A short clip about Laos and its tourist sights to promote the launch of Silkair’s new route and contest giveaway on social media.
More this way.

Travel Guides


I created, curated and recorded a self-guided audio walking tour. Check out my interview here and buy the tour for just $1.99 over at Voicemap here