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Apartment for Rent in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

1 Bedroom / 1 Full Bath / Half Bath

Furnished

Price: 8 mil VND

Living Space: 25 m2

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About the Property

The studio is in a house on Le Thi Hong Gam street, Nguyen Thai Binh ward, district 1; only 5 minutes walking to Ben Thanh market. Taxis/ cars can access easily. There’re shops, café and restaurants around. Safe, quiet alley with local touch. Private kitchen and bathroom. Spacious, comfortable for 1-2 people. No time curfew. Pets are allowed.

The studio is in a house on Le Thi Hong Gam street, Nguyen Thai Binh ward, district 1; only 5 minutes walking to Ben Thanh market. Taxis/ cars can access easily. There’re shops, café and restaurants around. Safe, quiet alley with local touch. Private kitchen and bathroom. Spacious, comfortable for 1-2 people. No time curfew. Pets are allowed. 350 USD/ month. Included: WiFi – TV. If you want serviced studio (all bills included, free cleaning and changing bed sheet once per week): 90 usd/ month to be added. Deposit: 1 – 2 months. Available for 1 to 12-month rent. Move in anytime. VAT invoice available.  Please text me here or mobile 0909465859 (Call/ Viber/ WhatsApp/ Zalo/ WeChat). 

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