If you’re an expat living in Turkey who is on the lookout for advice and information on “all things Turkey”, look no further than YellAli.com.


Our brand new website that’s been designed to be the perfect port of call for expats (across Turkey) in search of up to the minute information, free advice, guidance and latest news on matters relating to current affairs issues which impact upon expats in Turkey.

A YellAli.com spokeswoman said:

“YellAli, brings together advice, blogs, events guides, a classified ads listing section and a directory of businesses.”

“Using the site is as easy as 1, 2, 3, and after a quick (FREE) sign up, you can then boast access all areas’ to each section of the website.”

“YellAli.com is also home to tons of information regarding events across Turkey, updates on new regulations, healthcare in Turkey and mini guides on popular places to explore.”

“We launched YellAli.com back in June and we’ve already received rave reviews from users who enjoy the way the site combines a business directory, with real life accounts of life in Turkey in the YellAli.com blog.

YellAli.com also features a Q and A section, where users can ask questions about topics such as moving to Turkey, buying a home in Turkey, getting married, cosmetic surgery in Turkey and much, much more.

The site also packs a punch when it comes to sharing useful information on accommodation and places to eat out as its home to a directory of hotels and restaurants.

The YellAli spokeswoman added:

“Many of our customers are also making great use of the “Ali’s Bazaar” area of our site.”

“This area is where our users post classified adverts for a range of items from household goods to properties for sale.”

YellAli.com is interactive too; users can post blogs on the site and share their experiences of living in Turkey, with fellow YellAli.com community members.

So if you’re living in Turkey, thinking about moving to Turkey or enjoy holidaying to Turkey become a free member and get in the know with YellAli.com today!

It’s FREE, so to miss it’s, to miss out!