29 year old wordy girl

6.5 years in Hong Kong and counting

…actually that photo was taken in Singapore

I write food and travel reviews for a living* so I thought to record my candid experiences on this blog, instead of the highly-censored style I’m required to use in my day to day job. You’ll find lots of hiking tips in here as I’m on a mission to complete all of Hong Kong’s long trails section by section, despite my mediocre level of fitness.

Feel free to get in touch with me or like my Facebook page here to get my posts on your daily feed (don’t worry, I won’t spam!)

Click here to see my professional/writing portfolio

I also blog on travel outside of HK at www.morenatravels.com

What people say about HKFiles

“A mí me sirvió mucho el blog hkfiles.wordpress.com para encontrar información sobre senderismo y playas.”

— Isabel, En la otra punta del mundo

“Wonderful !!! My grandpa used to take me for his morning hikes to some of these memorable sites and views. I am so glad to see the postings you share. Thanks a million!”

— Paul Mak, Hong Kong

“I was so happy that I found your blog. I’m usually a solo traveller and I found your blog super helpful and informational.”

— Esther Lam, Hong Kong

9 thoughts on “About

  1. Meaghan says:

    I noticed you reviewed Mamma Mia, would you be interested in reviewing more theatre? I run a theatre company in HK and I’m always looking for bloggers to see my work and write about it.


  2. Leanne Do says:

    Hi there,

    Thank you for sharing your post about Amah Rock. I am interested to do this hike in about 2 weeks. Please let me know where I should start to take the cab up to hiking point. Thank you for your suggestions. Cheers! Leanne


  3. Norbert says:

    Hello Julienne, my hiking inspiration in Hong Kong!

    Have you ever hiked Dragon‘s back with a starting point north of Tai Tam Gap, like Chai Wan or Tai Tam Reservoir? A friend of mine claims to have read about the option somewhere. I personally prefer the high starting point above Tei Wan village.This makes it a bit easier for the lazy hiker….
    Maybe you can share one of your little hiking secrets if there are any 😉.


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