Mad Monkey Hostels & Resorts is the largest hostel provider for backpackers in Southeast Asia, founded in 2011. They are located in 6 countries including Cambodia, Thailand, Philippines, Australia, Laos, and Indonesia.
Many more hostels are in development and will soon open in destinations such as Canggu, Boracay and Koh Samui.
This is a party hostel chain, ideal for backpackers and lovers of lively vibes.
Let's hear what the Mad Monkey team has to say:
Let's take a look at why you're going to love Mad Monkey Hostels & Resorts:
How wonderful to know that your stay helps support community projects across South East Asia and Australia.
Alongside party vibes, Mad Monkey hostels include incredible amenities such as an inifinity pool, onsite restuarant-bar and a games room.
There are endless daily and nightly events to get involved in, too.
Fun fact: Mad Monkey serves over 350.000 travellers per year across all of their destinations!
For the most part, anyway. Seeing as this hostel chain advertises itself as a party hostel, you can expect a younger crowd and people that are keen to have a lot of fun and stay up late.
There are also private rooms available at these hostels, offering a "deluxe" label and unique accommodation such as private teepees.
Big 22-bed shared dorms are perfect for meeting new people!
Still, whether you pick a shared dorm or a private room, we suggest only staying here if you want to party.
To help you figure out if this hostel chain matches your budget, here is a quick overview of average prices to stay here.
Therefore, we'd class this chain as budget-friendly yet without missing out on great amenities.
Of course, this is always changing depending on seasons etc, so make sure you check this before making a booking.
We are excited to share with you a complete list of all Mad Monkey Hostels in the world!
Below is every single Mad Monkey Hostel & Resort for you to explore. Simply click and compare prices on all major booking platforms.
At a glance
|Cebu City, Philippines|
|Chiang Mai, Thailand|
|Gili Trawangan, Indonesia|
|Boracay Island, Philippines|