Don’t judge the selfie taking traveller – here’s why you should take a couple of selfie shots on your next trip whether you are solo or not.
aka my origin story of re-inspiring my love for travel and how The Occasional Traveller came to be
Thoughts on last minute travel cancellations in light of the Bangkok Shutdown – to go or not to go?
A list of my top 5 favourite Singaporean foods you can get for under S$5 for the quintessential Singaporean food experience
I talk to Tom Woods of Woodlands to Woking, the blog recounting an epic adventure where he spent a month taking trains from Singapore to England.
One Saturday afternoon, I spent an entire hour fending off a knife-wielding assailant. I was down at SWEAT!, a little gym studio along Cantonment Road, where I had been kindly invited down to check out their self-defense classes. As a solo traveller, and a female one to boot, one common concern people always express about my solo journeys is the matter of safety – is it really safe for me to be wandering around the big bad world on my own where I could get robbed/raped/attacked/etc.? How essential is self defense for solo travellers? I think I’ve been pretty lucky …
Tips for solo travellers who are beach lovers on how to keep your stuff safe while frolicking in the sand.
My first taste ever of solo travel was while visiting the Cote D’Azur in France way back in 2007.
Ever known anyone who’s willing to fly halfway across the world, just to spend 2 nights there and fly back, repeat cycle next month? Yeah, I didn’t either, till I met Luci.
You don’t have to be lonely while you’re on the road – some tips on how to make friends while travelling alone.