Clean place, great experience.
Based on 35 reviews
Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House – Hostel is the preferred choice for those travelling solo and looking for a comfortable yet affordable stay in Melaka. Located strategically in the heart of Melaka City Centre, Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House – Hostel is well situated within easy walking distance from a diversity of mall, shops, restaurants and cafes. It is also in close proximity to Hatten Square, Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall, Mahkota Medical Center, Mahkota Parade Shopping Mall and A Famosa. A short drive from the hotel could bring you to few interesting places namely Maritime Museum Muzium Samudera, Christ Church, Red Square Poh San Teng Temple, The Stadthuys, St Paul's Church, Church of St. Francis Xavier, Chen Ho's Cultural Museum, Jonker Street Night Market and Malacca Heritage Centre
How to get to Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House - Hostel
The hostel is located in Melaka City Centre. If you are traveling by air, nearest airport is Melaka International Airport (IATA: MKZ, ICAO: WMKM) (formerly known as Batu Berendam Airport). An airport located in Batu Berendam, Melaka in Malaysia. Melaka International Airport is about 30 minutes away from Melaka city sentre. Alternatively, Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminal 1 and 2, both located about 1 hour and 45 minutes from this hostel. It is very easy to get to Melaka city center by car. The North-South PLUS Highway is a modern toll road that runs from Perlis to Johor Bharu. Ayer Keroh is an exit off the highway, which is about 45 minutes from Melaka city center. Choice of public transportation is limited in Malacca. However, you can find metered taxi easily in town area. In addition, Grab is now available in Malacca. The best way to get to the Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House – Hostel is by car or by getting on a metered taxi. If you are already in town area, you can hop on the fancy trishaw to the hostel. Guest may enjoy a television in a common area.
Different Types of Rooms in Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House – Hostel
Make yourself at home in one of the 6 guestrooms. You may prepare your meals in the shared/communal kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms feature showers, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers.
Restaurants and Cafes in Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House - Hostel
Enjoy a satisfying meal at Seoul & Cook serving guests of Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House - Hostel. Breakfast is available for a fee. Plus the hotel is situated within easy walking distance from a diversity of restaurants, convenient shops and cafes.
Facilities and Activities in Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House - Hostel
Guests staying at Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House – Hostel may enjoy a roundtrip airport shuttle with additional surcharge. The hotel houses a 24-hour front desk, express check-out, dry cleaning/laundry services, and luggage storage.
Interesting Places near Melaka in Seoul & Cook Guest House - Hostel
Jonker Street - Jonker Street is in the centre street of Chinatown – was once renowned for its antique shops. However, over the years it has turned to clothing and crafts outlets as well as restaurants. Jonker street only comes alive in the afternoon or night. The night market on weekends is on until midnight, which we walked through eating delicious street food for dinner. The best part of the night market is that sells everything from tasty treats to cheap keepsakes.
The Maritime Museum or Flora de Lamar - The Maritime Museum or Flora de Lamar is a replica of the Portuguese ship which sank in the coast of Malacca while on its way to Portugal. The replica is a staggering 34 meters in height and 8 meters in width. The main focus of the museum is the maritime history of Malacca and the golden ages of Malacca’s Sultanate as the Emporium of the East. While you are visiting Jonker street, do not waste the opportunity to visit the other attractions in the area. If you go up the St Paul's Hill to get to the St Paul's Church, will you pass by two museums along the way. They are the Architecture Museum and the Stamp Museum. There is also the Islamic Museum of Malacca which is a tad further away from the Maritime Museum. If you are done with absorbing all the history of Malacca and the delicious food at Jonker Street, you can head over to Dataran Pahlawan for some shopping. There are many shops in it and also some restaurants which serve good food.