I would like to share my experience for breastfeeding moms who travel. The TSA ruling to permit BM onboard does not apply in asia and the 100ml restriction to liquids still remains. The exemption applies only when you are travelling with your baby, and they will allow only quantities that is sufficient for the flight. I could not bring my DS when I went on a 4 day business trip from Singapore to Hong Kong, so I packed a large cooler bag, a large freezer container(LocknLock), Lansinoh milk bags and some freezer bags. Prior to my trip, I arranged for a local ice company for dry ice to be delivered to my hotel room on the day of my departure right before I checked out. On the plane to and from Hong Kong, I informed the fight attendant and pumped in the toilet once the seat belt lights went off. It was a full flight but luckily, I didn't have a queue waiting for me outside. I requested for the EBM to be chilled for the remaining of the flight and some ice to keep it chilled on arrival. I had a bar fridge in my hotel room that I used to chill the EBM. Every morning, I would then bring the EBM, pack it into my freezer bags, place it into the freezer container, and leave it to freeze in the office refrigerator. To save space in the freezer container, I would lay the milk bags flat. At the end of my last day at the office, I brought the freezer container filled with frozen EMM milk bags and asked the hotel concierge to keep it frozen. I made sure I wrote my room number clearly on the package and it's contents. The next morning when the dry ice was delivered to the room, I collected my freezer container of EBM from the concierge. I poured the dry ice (6lbs) into my large cooler bag, put the freezer container(with lid) in a large laundry bag, and packed it in my luggage. It's important to pack the milk bags so that they don't have direct contact with the dry ice to prevent freezer burn. I checked my luggage in at the airport. The dry ice kept the EBM well frozen for about 10 hrs. I have been planning for this trip for long time and I am very relieved and glad that I have managed to transport over 30 bags (3-4 oz each) of EMM home successfully. If you have any travel stories to share, or questions on travelling and breastfeeding/pumping pls feel free to contribute.