Retrieve Booking
Log In

Log in to your account

No account yet?
Or log in with:
  1. Hotel
  2. Malaysia(11,411 hotel)
  3. Melaka(901 hotel)
  4. Melaka City(848 hotel)
  5. Melaka City Center(540 hotel)
  6. Backpacker's Freak Hostel

Backpacker's Freak Hostel

1-25/3-25, Jalan PM2, Plaza Mahkota, Pusat Kota Melaka, Melaka City Center, Melaka City, Melaka, Malaysia, 75000
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Backpacker's Freak Hostel
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Backpacker's Freak Hostel
BATHROOM Backpacker's Freak Hostel
BATHROOM Backpacker's Freak Hostel
BEDROOM Backpacker's Freak Hostel
See all photos
Based on 66 traveler reviews
Hotel Facility
Swimming Pool

Nearby attractions
Taming Sari Monument
(0.06 km)
Flora de la Mar Maritime Museum
(0.18 km)
Melaka River Cruise
(0.25 km)
Malaysia Architecture Museum
(0.33 km)
Cheaper if you book through app now. Click here to download.
Review by Traveloka users
Good place for backpacker... a good place for moving around
Effective 1 September 2017, hotel guests who are non-Malaysian or non-Permanent Residents of Malaysia are required to pay a tourism tax of MYR 10 nett per night per room forsee more

Hotel Facility


Hotel Policy

  • Nearby Facilities
    • ATM/Banking
    • Beauty salon
    • Grocery
    • Hair salon
    • Laundry
    • Shops
    • Supermarket
  • Things to Do
    • Outdoor pool
    • Sauna
    • Children pool
    • Children club
    • TV lounge
  • General
    • Family room
    • Non-smoking room
    • Smoking area
  • Business Facilities
    • Business center
    • Meeting facilities
  • Public Facilities
    • Coffee shop
  • Hotel Services
    • Luggage storage

Check-in and Check-out Time

Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM

The historical hub of Peninsular Malaysia or Malacca is named as UNESCO World Heritage site back in July 2008, and since then, many tourists from around the world are attracted to Malacca. It can be seen occupied under Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and British rule, has left the town as a blend of diverse cultures, most clearly recognisable in the city’s architecture. Located at one of historical town of Malacca, this hostel is a budget backpacker’s accommodation that offers at an affordable price. It is surrounded by historical sites such as Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum and A’ Famosa. This newly built hostel offers a dormitory room with shared kitchen, dining area and lounge. Visitors also can enjoy a movie with collections of DVD facilities as well. Besides free WiFi access throughout this hostel, guests can also have direct access to 24-hour reception desk for concierge and luggage storage services. Besides that, convenience store, cash withdrawal and souvenir shop also located nearby this hotel.

How to Get to Backpackers Freak Hostel

From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes around an hour and 30 minutes to reach this hostel by using ELITE highway and exit to Melaka town. Besides that, visitors also can reach this hostel from Batu Berendam Airport at Melaka and by using bus at Malacca Old Bus Station.

Types of Room in Backpackers Freak Hostel

The concept of rooms in Backpackers Freak hostel is dormitory-like room. The dormitory consists of single beds and can be shared with group of people whether it is family or friends. The dormitory is equipped with shared kitchen and dining area. There are dining area that can accommodate up to 6 guests at once and communal area with flat television with satellite channels.

Restaurants and cafes in Backpackers Freak Hostel

As for dining options, Plaza Mahkota has many restaurants and trendy cafes. If you opt for snacks and beverages, there is a night market available at Jonker street. Among the local delights visitors can find are Gula Melaka Cendol which originated from Indonesia and has become the most-favoured ice dessert in Malaysia. In addition, there are also chicken rice balls and Nyonya Assam Laksa. Besides that, Harper’s Café is one of Malacca’s best known restobars. It serves menu of Malay-European fusion fare and offers excellent and breathtaking views of the Malacca River. Other than that, Cafe 1511 serves Nyonya and Western cuisine with specialties including Nyonya laksa, otak-otak and pai tee. It also serves many types of beverages alongside excellent food. For more options and choices, visitors can head to shopping malls nearby this hostel which are Dataran Pahlawan and Mahkota Parade.

Facilities and Activities in Backpackers Freak Hostel

Backpackers Freak hostel also features amazing facilities and services for comfortable and convenience of guests. Besides free WiFi access throughout this hostel, guests can also have direct access to 24-hour reception desk for concierge and luggage storage services. Besides that, convenience store, cash withdrawal and souvenir shop also located nearby this hotel. For leisure and recreational activities, guests can always approach the tour desk to arrange visits around Malacca and rent a bicycle to fill up free time.

Interesting Places Near Backpackers Freak Hostel

Jonker Street - Jonker Street is known as Hang Jebat street and located at historical town of Melaka, just across the river from Dutch square. It was once renowned for its antique shops and developed to clothing and crafts outlets as well as restaurants. It is on both sides of the road with heritage houses dating back up to the 17th century. Today, the street houses many shops selling antiques, textiles, handicrafts and souvenirs. On the weekends, starting Friday night at 6pm, the road is closed off for traffic and turns in a very crowded night market. Visitors are reminded to come early as there is a limited parking space on site.

The Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum - The Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum is a combination of three terrace lots that were acquired by the Chan family in 1861. It was opened as a museum in March 1985 and the name of the museum is derived from the term Baba, an honorific manner of addressing a Straits-born gentleman and Nyonya which addresses a Straits-born lady. The vision of the museum is to educate communities to Malaysia’s history Peranakan identity and culture. As visitors enter the museum, there are many pictures showcasing the history of the origin of Baba & Nyonya and their culture as well as heritage. It is open daily from 10 am to 6pm.

Disclaimer: It is the hotel's responsibility to ensure that all photos are accurate. Traveloka will not be held responsible for any photo inaccuracies.
24 Hour Customer Service+6015 4840 9469 or +603 7724 3501
Need help?