Binh Duongs apartment is a little less luxurious than some other locations, but the price tag is actually lower than what you might expect.
You can rent a $1,700-a-month apartment in Bali’s historic heart for as little as $400 a month, or you can rent an apartment with a full kitchen and bathroom for $1.75, according to BinhDuong.com.
The property, located at the heart of Bali, is an eclectic mix of styles and styles of architecture, but you won’t find the traditional colonial bungalows here.
Instead, the apartments are a mix of modern and traditional.
There are two studios and one 1-bedroom, and two 3-bedroom apartments, as well as one 3-bedroom apartment with three bedrooms.
Each apartment has its own bathrooms and showers, but no hot tubs.
Binlau’s new housing trend, as Binhduongs new owner, Daniel Kuk, explains it, is a move toward sustainability.
“The first thing I did was I bought the land and I built a building that has more sustainability in it than a typical condo or apartment building,” he said.
As for the location of the apartments, it’s a popular destination in the area for young professionals looking for a quick, cheap place to live.
If you’re looking for an apartment, Binhdup is right in the middle of the busy city.
And if you want to stay for longer than you would in a condo, you can choose to stay in one of BinhDup’s larger houses for $900 a month.
In this case, you’ll also be staying in a two-bedroom apartment with two bathrooms, and an attached 2-bed bedroom.
With all of that said, you might find some of the apartment’s amenities to be less than ideal, like the fact that the building is built in a manner that makes it difficult to maintain and repair.
But the rental rates are also lower than some of other places to rent.
A $400-a/month apartment will rent for around $1/day, while an apartment that’s only half the size will rent from $2.25/day.
Other Bali locations with cheaper rental prices: Chinh Bay, Chiang Mai, Bangkaari, Cang Tan, Cuiaba, Cuyo, Freetown, Istiqlal, Kota Kinabalu, Khao San Lake, Kuta, Kukan, Moktar, Muharram, New Phnom Penh, Pattaya, and Trawangan.