MBMC is actually one of my famous retreat centers in Penang. I went there a couple of times as a practitioner. Yogis have to wake up about 4 or 5am and start practice alternate sitting and walking meditation until 6:30 when that is the breakfast time. After that, yogis are allowed to do their chores, cleaning, laundry, shower etc, but usually at about 8am, they resume meditation until 11am when it is time for lunch. After lunch, the meditation schedule continues, although one may do other stuff such as reading Dhamma books. If not, meditation schedule continues on until night at about 9:30pm (you can take breaks in between for shower as well). There is no morning or evening chanting session which involves the yogis except for the metta contemplation chanting at 9:30pm every night. After that, one would go off to bed, or you can practice more if you want. So, basically, it is quite an intensive meditation retreat if you consider having an intensive one.
Every Friday night, there usually involves more layperson who would come in at about 8pm and yogis and monks usually join them. Also, one could actually seek out the Sayadaw (abbot) or one of the well-versed Bhantes after the metta chanting at night for meditation progress interview (i am not sure if the Sayadaw would schedule the time for you, but you can ask).Currently, the abbot is Sayadaw U Thuzana, a disciple of Sayadaw U Pandita. In addition to teaching meditation, this Sayadaw is also very actively involved in teaching Dhamma, so occasionally he may be invited to go off to other countries or return to Burma to assist his teacher in teaching meditation and Dhamma.
Best of luck!