Started in Nov 2015, The Petite Wanderess is a mindful travel blog to curate travel wonders I’ve come across, in the form of intriguing cities, art & design that inspires, cultures, and experiences. Through words and visuals, the blog shares unique places of interest, wonderfully designed hotels, useful travel guides and more.
The Petite Wanderess invites you to appreciate the
beauty of this world.
Hi there! I’m Kristine Li, the blogger and content creator behind The Petite Wanderess travel blog! Welcome!
If you hadn’t already guessed it already, I’m rather petite (5ft, to be exact), and was born and raised in Singapore. Travel blogging is not my full-time job. I’m actually a freelance professional Creative (conceptual & branding designer, web designer, copywriter, artist, occasional writer & hobby photographer too), for about ten years already, having worked with a wide range of clients including Marina Bay Sands, Canon, SingTel, Young Living and many many more. You can see some on my past work on Behance or Instagram, while I work on rebranding Made Wanderful, my new brand.
Other than that, I’m an Introvert through and through. I love exploring new places and also travel solo from time to time.
How The Petite Wanderess travel blog came about
The Petite Wanderess started off as the most natural thing for me to do. I’ve always been blogging, from long ago at Diaryland, to Geocities, Livejournal, Medium, Dayre and then WordPress. I enjoy fiddling with web design and documenting experiences. Travelling, just like writing, has always been a part of me – they heal and rejuvenate my soul. I also love sharing good things, breathtaking views and useful information to benefit others.
Ps: All the trips featured on this blog are self-paid unless otherwise stated. My views remain independent, regardless. (Are you looking to work with travel bloggers? We can collaborate! Or contact me directly.)
• the wanderluster who sees the world with renewed curiosity & positivity when you travel,
• the new-found appreciator of nature (even though you really fear creepy-crawlies),
• the grateful traveler who appreciates Privilege and an amazing hiking trail,
• the person with independent perspectives, who never believed in conforming,
• the anxious, afraid traveler who is actually braver than she thinks.
Join my petite adventures as I share travel discoveries and stories.
Thank you for coming by. Namaste!