Located at Taman Paya Rumput Indah, Malacca, Masbro Village boasts some A Frame houses within a gated area.
Direction to the location is easy as it is very near a highway exit though you may miss it like I did due to it being assimilated to its surrounding which is absolutely not touristy at all. Google Maps does the job so once you exit the highway and turned right, go slow and look out for colourful houses with sharp pointy roofs on your left.
Parking is limited so should there be no parking lots available, you may have to park outside.
There are 8 units in total but only 6 for rent while the other two are used by the owners as their own residence as well as their office.
Each unit looks nice from the outside with its pebble roads and landscaping.
The lower floor consists of a living area with a small TV, a dining set, a kitchen and a bathroom. There was a good selection of TV channels and of HD quality too.
Some houses are connected with a small additional area in the middle for families to mingle, else it will just be left unused which is kind of a waste.
It is not elderly friendly as the stairs are too steep making the huge sleeping area upstairs inaccessible to the elderly and even small children. As I have two young kids, we have to keep an eye on them almost all the time.
There are two queen size bed upstairs but only a sofa bed for the lower floor. Maximum occupancy is 6 pax but only 4 pillows are provided. We didn't ask for additional pillows so we are not sure if it can be requested.
There is another bathroom on the upper floor with a water heater unlike the one below. Both are cramped due to its design.
There are no food stalls let alone restaurants in the village but there is one just a short walk outside. I didn't know there's one so did not get the chance to try the food. I drove instead a few kilometers away and had take away. Apart from that the only nearby shopping mall is Tesco.
So, will I visit again? Maybe as a stopover but there is nothing much to warrant a repeated visit so it will be a one off for me.
Good TV channels
ConsNot anywhere near tourist attraction.
Need to drive to have access to food and rations etc.
Not elderly or small kids friendly
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