Serviced apartment for rent on Kim Ma street, 2 bedrooms
Code: R101070
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Price:  $1,400/ month
Available: 21/1/2019
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Do you like walking and enjoying the fresh air every morning? If the answer is yes, Apricot building is the perfect choice for you. With the advantage of lying opposite to Thu Le Lake, just 2 minutes walk, you can find yourself an ideal space around lake to walk. Not only that, this is an ideal home for you to live. Let us show you that.

Apricot building has apartments with kind of one, two bedroom and studio, which is located in lane 535 Kim Ma street, Ba Dinh district. This area is closed to Embassy of Japan. Almost resident population is Japanese. There are a lot of japanese restaurant, convenient store, bakery and mini marts near by.


v  Total living space: 45-60 sq m, composed of 01, 02 bedrooms, studio and 01 modern bathroom (bathtub), a living room and private kitchen

v  Located in Kim Ma street, opposited of Thu Le lake, Daewoo hotel, within walking distance to Lotte and Australian Embassy, UN 

v  Fully furnished with all equipments necessary for comfortable stay

v  Elevator, security 24/24hr

v  This is very relaxing place for both local or expats to live in

v  Modern kitchen with lots of storage space, built-in oven, microwave, dishwasher, kitchen utensils.

v  Featured with nice and high quality wooden floor, all rooms have large windows.

The apartment is cozy and bright and be set up with full furniture inside the apartment.

The price is inclusive WiFi, cable TV (Japanese  16 channels), tap water, cleaning and laundry services (3 times per week)

Should you require a viewing please feel free to contact us.

  • Washing machine
  • Electric heater
  • Air conditioner
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Washing machine
  • TV
  • Sofa
  • Water kettle
  • Bed
  • Kitchen appliances
  • Wardrobe
  • Balcony
  • Bright
  • Available

Ba Dinh

Ba Đình is an urban district of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. Ba Dinh is the political center of Vietnam. Most of the government offices and embassies are located here. It was formally called the "French Quarter" (Khu phố Pháp), a name that is still used in travel literature. Hanoi’s most important cultural and historical monuments are found in the Ba Dinh district, immediately west of the Old Quarter, where the Ly kings established their Imperial City in the eleventh century. The venerable Temple of Literature and the picturesque One Pillar Pagoda both date from this time, but nothing else remains of the Ly kings’ vermilion palaces, whose last vestiges were cleared in the late nineteenth century to accommodate an expanding French administration. Most impressive of the district’s colonial buildings is the dignified Residence of the Governor-General of Indochina, now known as the Presidential Palace. After 1954 some of the surrounding gardens gave way in their turn to Ba Dinh parade ground, the National Assembly Hall and two great centres of pilgrimage: Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum and Museum. The nearby Botanical Gardens, however, survived to provide a welcome haven from modern Hanoi’s hustle and bustle. East of Ba Dinh Square the citadel encloses a restricted military area. Its most famous feature is the Cot Co Flag Tower that dominates the extreme southwest corner, next to one of Hanoi’s most rewarding museums, the Military History Museum. Although there’s a lot to see in this area, it’s possible to cover everything described below in a single day, with an early start at the mausoleum and surrounding sites, leaving the Fine Arts Museum along with the Military History Museum and Temple of Literature until later in the day.