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I initially planned to stay 3 nights and ended up staying for a week. Good value for money for the rooms with private bathroom. Great staff. But above all what is really fantastic is the atmosphere in the village and the contact with local people....More
This is a basic guest house, if you are a back packer this would be OK. Food a bit hit and miss. But in an interesting part of town if you feel like a walk around. As in all of Timor you pay far more...More
Kind staff, gorgeous atmosphere, surrounded by local community. It's the cheapest accomodation on the island, besides homestays. Overall really enjoyed my stay there. Just fyi, no power during the day and food is hit or miss.
Love Manukoko Rek! The staff are amazing. The rooms have private bathroom, and very affordable. The beach, hospital, church near by.
The food is cooked in a wood stove. Amazing food! The women who work at Manukoko Rek are extremely friendly. Because I'm gluten-intolerant, they...More
Manukoko-rek is a great community-run guest house south of the port. Like all backpacker-type accommodation in Timor-Leste, it is still finding its feet, so don't expect wifi/modern plumbing etc. But the room was very clean and comfortable, and the food was good (there is even...More
Yes, there is electricity and outlets in all of the rooms! Between the hours of roughly 6pm to 6am, the island turns on a large generator to power the community. If electricity is needed during the daytime, they also have a... More
Yes, there is electricity and outlets in all of the rooms! Between the hours of roughly 6pm to 6am, the island turns on a large generator to power the community. If electricity is needed during the daytime, they also have a few private smaller generators that guests can hook up to in their computer room.