Press & Accolades
Jaclynn Seah is a Singaporean travel blogger who has been featured as a travel expert in numerous Singaporean and international media outlets. With a background in communications, she is comfortable both in front and behind the camera. For interviews or other requests, please get in touch to find out more.
I was interviewed about quitting my job to travel in 2016 & 2017 by Business Times Weekend in an article about people following their dreams. See the online version here
TV & Radio
An interview segment on Singapore Spotlight about the changing face of Singapore’s tourism. I gave my thoughts on millennial travellers and the increasing popularity of alternative ways to explore a city through things like street art tours. See the article and video here
Mediacorp Ch 5
I was a main feature in an original TV series called Common Cents, talking about the intricacies of travel insurance and my experience as a traveller. More details on the experience and how you can catch the episode online here
I was invited by BBC Asia to speak in a live TV interview on the Newsday segment from the perspective of a local about the Lonely Planet placement of Singapore as the Top Country to Visit in 2015. More on that experience here
I was interviewed in the Culture Cafe segment on Singapore’s premier radio news station 938LIVE and chatted about my blog and some of the possible places you can visit for a quick weekend getaway. I had a mini radio show back in school, I miss it a little! Listen here
Mumbrella Asia Travel Summit Panelist
I was invited to be a panelist for “Influencer Marketing: Booming ROI or Bubble Fit to Burst?” at the 2018 Summit talking about working with influencers in travel marketing. More here
I was invited as a guest panelist to WITNext Evenings in 2014 to speak about content creation and jobs in the travel content industry alongside editors and other travel companies.
I was selected to be one of 10 travel bloggers to participate in Navigate Media’s Bloghouse 2013 in Dublin. Had an amazing time and met lots of awesome people. More here
I was one of the twitter curators in this rotation curation twitter project that features Singaporeans from all walks of life on a group twitter account. More about my experience here