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About Ys

Pronounced WISE, Ys is an online community for the wise: people who have lived a while, experienced much and are still keen to learn and grow.

We believe that:

Healthy living requires a strong sense of community

We all have a role in creating the world we need

Every human being has a story to tell -- and the right to be heard

Small business needs assistance combatting giants

It is possible and desirable to trade entirely ethically

Communities are good for consumers and business

hotelnepal is a safe place to stay informed, learn new things, experience the unexpected, make friends and have a laugh. It is the place to express your views, share ideas and take a stand on things that matter to you, with the community's support.

YsFriends are entitled to a range of benefits including:

Weekly updates on all that is new

Unlimited access to content and services

Sensational discounts on goods and services

Fantastic prizes and competitions

People listening to what you have to say

Secure media constantly monitored

Personalised content and personal dashboard


It costs nothing to read hotelnepal andnothing to join our community. So why not make it your community?

Please email me if you have any questions, queries, thoughts or comments: [email protected]

D. John Carlson, CEO

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