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We’re a travel magazine for the wildly curious.

Roamscapes is a blog about slow travel, culture, and soul-enriching experiences in our fast-paced world. It was selected by Tripzilla as one of the Top 7 Travel Blogs in Singapore for 2017, and its posts have been featured by Lonely Planet.

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” – Neale Donald Walsch

Roamscapes shares inspiration, practical tips, and advice for those of us who travel to challenge ourselves and discover new perspectives in life. Instead of just covering a destination, we also seek to uncover the stories of the people and communities we meet along the way. These personal encounters, and the cultural immersion they offer, are important reminders for us to approach life with an open mind, warm heart, and ready smile.

We recognize that travel is a privilege and thus, we also hope our stories can convince you to embrace sustainable tourism.

Brand Partnerships

Are you a brand or a destination with a story to tell? I’d love to help you create articles and photos that enthrall and inspire readers. Reviews, media trips, and sponsored content are always disclosed to show your authenticity and support.

Please email us to inquire about sponsored opportunities, rates, and my media kit.


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At the Singapore Writers Festival, 2014
At the Singapore Writers Festival, 2014
Brooke Thio · Founder

Born and currently based in Singapore, Brooke left a career in online marketing to become a freelance writer and content strategist.

Brooke has written for Lonely Planet Magazine (Asia), Asian Journeys, BootsnAll, and more. Through her work with B2B titles like Meetings & Conventions Asia and Travel Weekly Asia, as well as travel companies around the world, Brooke offers unique insights into the tourism industry.

She is also a Lonely Planet Assignment Pathfinder and (fumbling) aspiring polyglot.