5 Singapore lifestyle blogs you won’t want to miss

What are the ACTIVE blogs? Here’s 5 Singapore lifestyle blogs that you might have missed.

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Who still update their blogs frequently nowadays? Do you find it hard to find people sharing their intriguing lives through their insightful blogs?

Why are blogs here to stay?

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One reason why blogs are such a good place for information because people revel in the feel-good feelings that accompany such posts. Reading them is as though vicariously living through them at times and relating to the circumstance. Here’s 5 bloggers that still updates the blogs frequently with a variety of topics. It will be easy to relate to their writings, after all, they are local, which means that some situations may be too familiar. So, what are you waiting for? Check their blogs out.

captslowyeo, melissa yeo

This blogged owned by Melissa is called Captain Slow Yeo. A click into her blog is one food haven you won’t want to miss. Featuring a collection of delicious food reviews and beautiful photos, we promise you unlimited salavation!!

Singaporeans love food, and we can’t stop finding where’s the best eats in our sunny country. Using that to her advantage, she visits many places across the island. Ranging from those we raved-about to places that are slightly more obscure, you can experience them all.

Other than simply making you immensely hungry, her blog showcases her extreme enthusiasm for food that definitely warm your heart.


the occasional traveller


Jaclynn’s passion lies in travelling and, while her website’s name suggests otherwise, it shows. A Singaporean girl who knows what it’s like to balance work and wanderlust, she has quit her job in 2016 to focus on full-time travelling, filling her blog up with informative and undeniably exciting posts about her off-road adventures. Writing in forms like journals with tips, you can plan your own trips with a broad range of reviews and things that inspire wanderlust. The idea behind this blog is to remind you to take that time off for your next trip. Travelling is still possible even if you are short on time.

alexis cheong, blog

Alexis’s instagram are sneak peeks you could get of her blog. And that enough is telling you how much her blog will make you want to to jump right into adventures. Travel adventures with pictures of her food are such a tempting combination. Wanderlust may really be the perfect word to describe Alexis. Apart from being a fan of good meals and travelling, she participates in various forms of entertainment. Her blog extents from travelling to beauty, technology and entertainment. Here’s one if you want a complete one from someone you can relate to.

the wacky duo, kids, parents, lifestyle, blog, dad, father, 2 kids

This blog covers the adventures of 2 very cute chldren. By a loving father, this blog is perfect for parents looking for cool and fun places for your next family outing. This blog is one that is easy to read. Even if you are not a parent, it can also be a good place for you to gather information on the latest places in trend. Be ready for lots of exclamations and affection as The Wacky Duo is not your average blog!

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This multi-talented lade, Monice updates her blog with many of her life happenings and sprinkle of interests. Started in 2012, she pursued her passion, making a name for herself with her craft. You can really get to know Monice through her engaging charm that comes in her posts. From travel, beauty, food, you can count on Monice to provide you with just the information you need.

That’s it folks! We hope that you like their stories!

Top Singapore travel blogs

Who are the top Singapore travel blogs

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Planning your next holiday and you are looking for recommendations? Here we have the Best Singapore Travel blogs from thousands of top Singapore blogs. Using Feedspot own index search and social metrics, you can have your favourite blogs all at one place.


passport chop

Since 2009, PassportChop is a blog about Tingyi and Zhiqiang’s overseas experiences travelling around the globe. Well known for their detailed itinerary, it is currently one of the top travel blogs from Singapore.

Speciality: Detailed trips and unbiased reviews of places. Dos and don’ts are also provided.

Post frequency – (estimated) 3 posts per month

I wander

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See, stay, fly, eat, do. Here’s a Singapore travel blog showcasing city guides, hotel reviews, food recommendations and travel tips. By Bino, a part-time wanderer and a Singapore travel blogger. He shares his top travel tips and guides to destinations he have been to.

Estimated Frequency: 3 posts per week

The travel intern

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A Singapore-based community.

They think that travel makes us intern of the world- simply because there is always something new to learn on the way.

Anything that’s a new slice of the world, starting from the country on your bucket list, or that amazing postcard that intrigues you, hmmmm or simply a dish that you swore to try. Here’s what the travel intern has to provide.

Specialty: Young and interesting content. If you like exciting and engaging perspective, try here!

Estimated Frequency: 2 posts per week



For all our muslim friends out here, here’s that Singapore friend you have been missing out. Here’s a whole range of fun Halal food and travel guides for Muslim travellers.

Bookmark this for your next family outing!

Specialty: updated frequently, for muslims, by muslims

Estimated Frequency – 2 posts per week



As the name suggests, by blogger Alvin Lim, this blog extends out of travel. It features entertainment, food, and lifestyle too! Established in 2007, it has developed into a full-fledged site with a professional editorial team.

Now, Alvinology is a popular portal for travel tips among Singaporeans!

Estimated Frequency: 2 posts per week

The Occasional Traveller

The occasional traveller, singapore

A Singapore travel blog for the busy working professional who loves to travel despite having limited time. By Jaclynn Seah, a Singaporean girl who knows what it’s like to balance work and wanderlust. Jac helps you in forms like journals with tips.You can plan your own trips, including a broad range of reviews and things that inspire wanderlust. The idea ultimately is to remind you to take that time off for your next trip and you can still travel even if you are short on time.

Specialty: Planning tips and personal stories to help you make your own adventures! Happy travelling!

Estimated Frequency: 2 posts per week

Singapore Airlines

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By our own home airlines, sharing with you the best in the world. With travel tips, news, destinations and city guides through the eyes of this experienced airline people.

We guarantee you awesome enthralling pictures too 🙂

How blog marketing can drive sales for your brand

Blog marketing
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How do you drive sales for your company by standing out in this competition? Blog marketing is an excellent direct solution to slowly drive sales. It will be difficult to start a blog with the changing needs of your customers/readers, but the following will give you reasons for the perks that will come your way with a blog.

How are blogs useful for you?
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Having a blog is like having a direction for your customers. To maximise the effectiveness of your blog, you need to first build one. From your content, to your personal blog URL. One of the most convenient innovations you can have is a self-hosted blog platform.

However, some of these solutions have to be paid from your pocket. Fortunate enough, in this digital age, there are still free blog hosting platforms to suit your needs. Starting from blogger.com to wordpress, they are packed with amazing useful features that will never make a hole in your pocket. Start exploring them, and find your favourite. You are now not far from blog marketing.

Uses of blog marketing

  • Analyse tool

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Blog marketing allows you to analyse your traffic and know your audience. If you are not an expert at statistics, there are marketing pros for you to engage and find out more details from. A blog is your brand’s personality. Understanding your direction and the fact that you are drafting for people that loves your brand is always good. Integrating their content consumption habits to your media marketing is made so much easier as you are now familiar with the group you are dealing with.

  • Direction for customers


As I have mentioned, a blog is a direction for your customers. It is also one for your company. Through this platform, you can speak to your potential customers on your brand and services. With time, customers will find you more trustworthy as they are able to find the information they require from you. A responsive platform is not only relevant, it is also a bridge to connect you with the people. Questions and comments will be on your platform, and these are golden opportunities for you to speak with your potential customers.

  • Talk to your customers


One tip is to never delay in answering questions through emails or comments on your site. With an online blog, you can now reply and provide immediate rescue to your customers.

With a relevant and meaningful blog, it will be of high value to your (potential) customers. These hard work will not go in vain as you will experience magical outcomes in the years to come. Having a blog will also help you in your search engine optimisation and this will help you become the authority in your industry. Wait no more, and start having a money earning marketing platform!

Good but not so popular blogs

Popular blogs on Google?


How do you find the best content on search engines? Just like any other search engines, the quantity algorithms is what powers them, rather than quality.

Try search for singapore blogs in google, and the first result will probably be by theasianparent. Which it listed 11 Singapore socio-political blogs you should be reading. Others include lists compiled by Alvinology or The Smart local of the most popular blogs by traffic.

What do you search for?

What do you look for when you look for information online? Is high traffic equal to substance? Do you get the information that you are looking for? As much as technology brings us convenience, but there is no way that google can judge human qualities.

Do you trust the top lists?

How can you trust the lists curated by humans? The list goes on with lifestyle, food, parent, socio-political bloggers. Nonetheless, they are unadmittedly the most popular blogs by traffic. But here’s a list with the criterias we usually look for in a blog.

  • Tells the truth

  • Is is sponsored content?

  • Brings the idea across well

  • Thoughtful

Starting from some Singaporean blogs- written by Singaporeans for Singaporeans.

This is a rather recent founded blog. Started in early 2017, Singaporean law graduates- Rio Hoe and Daniel Huang aim to generate positive dialogue and reasons through addressing themes along socio-cultural issues. Talking about politics is extra sensitive in Singapore where consensusg has proven themselves to be sensible and well-edited to take a stand well enough through the heat of political moments.

The issues we find problematic in Singapore- Jin Yao shares about them. Even the education system that we dread but still follow anyway, he writes with a journalistic sensibility with a stand similar to the news.

If you like content that stimulates insights to relatable socially relevant content, you should really check his blog out!

One fun fact is that he has written for The Middle Ground before!


If you want to avoid wordy written pieces, this is definitely a blog with many pictures. Even with the amount of pictures, it is still able to provide a detailed explanation of what it wants to say. As the title of the blog says, it has treasures hidden deeply within the blog. You can slowly uncover from this blog to see Singapore from an ethno perspective. Highly recommended if you want a page to not be distracted by personal memories and impressions!

If you were to like something more present, we have Zach.


This blog compiled Singapore in it’s present form- mostly experiences that are close to many of our hearts. As the title says, this is more of a travel themed blog than a cultural. Starting from food to the deep rooted heritage, this remains as a user-friendly resource for people looking for uninfluenced ideas. You can also get amazing photo shots of all things Zach has shared on this blog.

We hope this is useful- and credits to smartcasual for these awesome recommendations!