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Your path to discovering Yak & Yeti begins at the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains, a major crossroads of cultures. The majestic sight of Mount Everest is just above the horizon. Traders, pilgrims, and armies have passed through this small, rural kampong, or village, on a well-traveled road to India snaking through China and Southeast Asia.

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of Anandapur lives a rich merchant, Arjun, who has fallen on hard times and has turned his large home into the Yak & Yeti Hotel. The hotel is the kind of boutique hotel that wealthier adventure travelers might seek out in India. While travelers rest at the hotel, the owner and other families reside there. The décor, as well as the furniture, at Yak & Yeti is an amalgamation of mismatched artifacts Arjun has collected through his years of travel in Southeast Asia. 

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In the center of The Hotel is the full-service Yak & Yeti Restaurant, which features local Pan-Asian cuisine. The sights, sounds, aromas, and energy in the courtyard are a beacon for villagers eager to meet, eat, and socialize as they move through their day, and for travelers moving to and from their adventures. Local families have built up warangs, or food stands, around the hotel. These quick-service restaurants, or Local Food Cafes, feature Asian cuisine that guests can enjoy in the exterior courtyard. 

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All told the Mystical Town of Anandapur is alive and vibrant, full of color and sound. The bustling Yak & Yeti Restaurant, Local Food Cafes, and Bhaktapur Market are bursting with people, goods, and interesting aromas. It is a place both familiar and unusual, a place for family and friends, tourists and adventurers. Above all, it is a place to immerse yourself in a culture that is mysterious, exotic, and exciting.

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An ex-pat couple from Australia runs the Quality Beverages stand. Here guests can select refreshing Asian beers and other drinks while they prepare for the day’s adventures. Other locals, including an ex-pat German Himalayan hiker and Everest guide, sell articles along the outside edge of the courtyard, at the Bhaktapur Market. Featuring riches from far-off lands, the market offers travelers the chance to purchase treasures, artifacts, and other exotic items from the Far East on their way to Everest Parvata, the top of the world.