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Based on previous Malacca accommodation searches, the average starting price is £18
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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Malacca is £18 per night.
MPEF Just stayed there for a week, after initially planned for a couple of days... I extended my stay as I felt so relaxed there! This is like a new warm home for every traveler... There's free coffee, tea, water and breakfast, so you can just help yourself anytime as well as with the collection of DVDs, books and graphic novels! And as it's pretty new, the rooms are spotless clean and really comfortable (and cheap!). The owners (French guy and his Malaysian wife) have really created this little home that every backpacker looks for...
2884-C, Teck Chye Avenue LimbonganOutstanding 95%
annemurrie Cyclamen cottage has been beautifully restored. It was a peaceful and very pleasant place to stay, with excellent facilities. Cindy was a warm and generous host and very welcoming. Thanks also to Chris for sharing his collection and knowledge of the past. The breakfasts, Malay and Nonya food, were huge and delicious. I'd be really happy to recommend it to anyone staying in Malacca.
188 Jalan Bunga RayaExcellent 90%
43A,Jalan Kota Laksamana 1/2, Taman Kota LaksamanaExcellent 92%
No 63, Jalan Ujung Pasir World UNESCO Heritage City MelakaExcellent 90%
darcypog Jalan Jalan is a great rustic place to stay in Chinatown. I loved the decor here all the rooms were super clean and the bathroom was also clean. Sam the owner is really easy going and a pleasure to deal with. A great stay in Malaka
No. 29, Jalan KSB 11 Taman Kota SyahbandarExcellent 90%
d_curzons Me and my girlfriend stayed at the hostel for 3 days and found it to be very clean and the owner Sam was very helpful. This was a good experience and if in Melacca I would suggest this as a good place to stay. The only negative point is that the double ensuite room we had overlooked the open lounge area and it was quite light at night due to the lights other than that very pleasant experience.
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