| by Kenneth Chase | 100 comments

$350 Vietnam Apartment Tour in Hanoi | LIFE IN VIETNAM

Good afternoon everybody, it’s Cory here. I’m going to do my official apartment tour
for you guys. Today, I’m doing it with the GoPro here, that
way you guys get the nice wide angle. Plus we’re going to walk through it, so that
way you get the first person perspective of experiencing my apartment building. So where are we? We are in the Thuy Khue ward, and that is
here in Hanoi city. So you can see, this is just what the main
road looks like out here. There’s traffic, and what not, just normal
everyday Vietnamese life. But then just off from the main road, is this
little alley here. You can see this little gate thing. This blue building right here is my apartment
building. And it’s right next door to another building
that has a kindergarten/preschool kind of a thing right here on the 1st floor. And there’s some other residences around this
area. This is like a nice little back area from
the main road. So this is where I live, and it’s $350 a month
for a studio apartment in here. And included is parking, so here’s a pad lock,
this is gated parking. That lone black Yamaha Nouvo is the one that
I’ve been renting, it’s $50 per month. So you get a nice secure place to lock up
your vehicle. And it is protected underneath this roof thing
here. Alright, let’s go take a look inside. So we have to use keys. Check out my TARDIS keychain. So this is the first floor, this is essentially
like a lobby where the building owner just like chills out and handles business here. What I really like about a lot of Vietnamese
homes and businesses are the altars here, to pray for fortune, wealth, health, and all
those other good things. They put money, or cigarettes, alcohol, like
all kinds of stuff here as offerings. But this is kind of cool you can see this
as soon as you come in. And there’s always nice fresh flowers and
stuff here. My unit is up on the 2nd floor. First floor is just stuff for the office lobby
area. And there’s an actual unit in here that they’re
doing like rennovations right now. Yeah, they’re in there, I think they’re painting
one side of the room. Anyway, let’s go up. So there’s two units per floor, except for
the top floor, which is a single unit. The one on the left is somebody, my neighborh,
whom I haven’t met yet. The one on the right, here, this is mine. Take off your shoes, because I’m Asian, and
I am in Asia. And that’s how I roll all the time, it doesn’t
matter where in the world. So this is it guys. This is my apartment right here. You can see it’s a Studio apartment, it’s
got the bed, the living room, and the kitchen, all in one big space. It reminds me of being back in college, kind
of. Except in college, I shared a room like this
with another roommate. I only have one lamp on right now, which is
that corner lamp right there. So it does get a lot of natural lighting,
I got three giant windows and one smaller one over there. And these windows are amazing! I don’t need to use electricity, really, at
all, during the day time for lighting. This is more than bright enough for me to
like do work or write or whatever. And it’s overcast right now. So on like a sunny day, it’s really nice and
bright. In the morning, the sun comes in from this
window over here, at an angle, so like all of the kitchen and stuff is all lit up. Yeah, so it’s just like a really nice, well-lit
place by natural light. I’m going to go ahead and show you anyways,
what it looks like with the lights on. There’s the sconce lights, which I usually
use at night and that’s it. And there’s like these recessed lighting things
in the corner. There’s the other one. Each corner has recessed lighting up in the
top. And then these main ones. So this is what it’s like with all the lights
on, except for that lamp, I didn’t turn that one on. So you can see, it’s just very well-lit, it’s
a nice, bright space. And I’m very happy about it. Although I never really use any of these lights. Except for the sconce light, that’s the only
one I use at night. I’ll leave these on for now, for the video
so you can see everything. So where do we start? First, let’s start with the kitchen. So this is the kitchen space, as you can see,
it’s very simple, but it’s clean and that’s why I chose this place. It comes with this little wine rack thing
that I’m going to eventually have some wine in there. Maybe. It came with all the cutlery, and pots and
pans and stuff. So what’s interesting is this is not just
a storage space, but it is a drying rack, like physically the water will drip through
the bottom here. Like this. Right into the sink area. So that’s kind of neat. I just washed these, so they’re all unorganized
and weird looking. So that’s that. I’ve got my little simple spices and whatever,
olive oil and salt, pepper, soy sauce, red chili pepper powder. It’s like the essentials. I definitely need to go shopping for more
herbs and stuff. It definitely has this nice vented range hood
here. It has a light. Let me turn this other light on here. So, it’s nice and clean, everything is clean. Very powerful hood. And the only weird thing, I guess, for a lot
of people, would be that there is a hot plate that came with the place. But who likes cooking with a hot plate? I don’t. I like actual flame. So there is a propane tank here, it’s got
a phone number on there so you just call them up when you’re empty and they’ll drop off
a new bottle. And it’s like, I don’t even know, it’s like
$12 or $13 or something like that to get a new tank of propane. So this is how I like to cook. Definitely have to have flame for maximum
control of cooking. Yeah, and so I’m very happy with that. There’s a few more frying pans and stuff down
there. There’s empty space. This is a drawer for utensils, I’m going to
have to like get my own set of stuff. This all came with the apartment. This knife is so old and worn and all that. I had to sharpen it a few times to get it
to even cut. I’ll have to get my own stuff that way when
I move I can just bring it with me. This is extremely important guys, I wouldn’t
drink tap water in Vietnam, even though they say it’s safe to liek brush your teeth –
that’s fine, I do that… but I would never drink or make ice cubes
out of any tap water in Vietnam. Always use the purified water from the water
company. This is included in my apartment. Whenever it’s empty, I just let the lady downstairs
know, and then they bring another one up and replace it for me. So that’s included. There’s a little breakfast nook kind of a
table here. Everything’s like hardcore stone. Like this is actual hard, solid stone. Same with this little desk here. I guess it was all like a set or something. But it’s all solid, heavy stuff. Got a microwave, got a little mini fridge
here. This is big enough for one person, definitely. Got some stuff in there. Don’t have much in here. Just got some eggs, and doenjang and gochujang. Two hard boiled eggs. And like an onion in there. This is some hot sauce. And I also got the Mam Tom, this is the fermented
shrimp sauce that they use in Vietnam. And to a lot of foreigners, this is disgusting,
but to me, this is freaking fantastic to add to anything. To like really boost the flavor. I love salty, shrimpy, fermented kind of stuff. I guess that’s the Korean in me. There is this desk and I can easily just sit
here and work and whatever. And have a nice view, but I tend to do all
my editing and working from the coffee table. And so what I’ll do is I’ll slide the sofa
a little bit closer to the coffee table, and then slide the TV – which was included in
the place – all the way over and then I’ll just connect the laptop to the
TV with HDMI, that way I can see whatever videos I’m making on full screen, or if I’m
watching YouTube or Netflix, I can just put it on the TV. So that’s kind of like my own little chill
office space. I don’t even use that desk. I don’t think I’ve even sat in that chair
one time. This is the wardrobe, it’s very big. And I don’t have much stuff. So let’s go ahead and open this up and see
what it looks like. So this is my wardrobe right here guys. So as you see, I just have some shirts hanging
here, I have two long sleeve shirts in there, plus two windbreaker jackets for when it gets
a little bit chillier in the winter. Laundry basket, in the drawers, there’s like
some socks and underwear. Some slacks hanging there, got my shorts folded
up. The check in luggage bag and my backpack. And that’s it. This is what I came to Vietnam with from Korea. I didn’t bring any winter clothes, there’s
really no freezing cold winter here. In Hanoi, it does get a little bit chilly
in the winter, but not enough that I would need to bring a super padded down jacket,
and multiple layers of sweaters and all this other stuff. So I just kept it super simple. Over here, we have more actual stone shelving. This unit is extremely heavy, I tried moving
it, and I’m afraid to break it. But it is real stone, you can see all the
veins and stuff in the stone there. This is where I just store some random stuff,
I usually charge things here. There’s an outlet right there, I charge my
cellphone or the GoPro, camera batteries, whatever. I brought my tripod, soft lights, stuff like
that. Over here, this is where the magic doesn’t
happen because I am single and I just moved to Vietnam. So yeah, there’s just sleeping that happens
here. And it’s a relatively stiffer bed, mainly
cause it’s just a mattress only, there’s no Temperpedic foam mat or anything on top of
that. It’s very standard. Maybe later on, I’ll get a Temperpedic thing. Over here is the vanity. And this is where, you know, like I wax up
my hair or whatever. Use deoderant, Q-tips, etc. I don’t think I have anything in here. This is the helmet that came with the moped
rental. 007 Fishbone. So this is the front door. It’s full, solid wood. This door is so heavy. And it has cool bracket pieces that you can
still see there, holding the wood pieces intact. This is a very nice, heavy wooden door. Very solid. So over here, the last thing we haven’t seen
yet is the bathroom area. This glass thing with the column thing and
these slats, I dunno, it’s really strange. Whoever designed it, I have no idea why they
chose that. But it is functional. Turn on the light here. There’s me. So there’s this light, and there’s the ceiling
light with the fan on, but if I turn the fan on, it’s very loud. So you guys will probably will get annoyed
with that. I’ll just keep it off for now. There’s two kinds of magic that happen in
here, first one is where I make myself look presentable and brush my teeth and shave and
stuff like that. And the other magic is the toilet, this is
where I pray I don’t blow my colon out. And what’s funny is that it’s in this curve
thing, in that pillar area that we saw from the outside. And this is lined with like quartz or something
like that, you can see the shimmery facets of it. But, it’s all solid, the entire apartment
all the walls are cement. Yeah, I have no problems with the toilet,
it flushes great. The shower has good water pressure, hot water
is almost instant. Speaking of hot water, the boiler is up there
above the sink in the kitchen, and it’s always on. There’s the air conditioner, which is on now,
thank god. Yeah, so this is my simple bathroom. Oh, I wanted to mention, there’s these steps,
which also have actual stone. But there’s this like gravel pathway in here
for some design element, I don’t know why. And then I showed this to my brother, the
photo of the bathroom, and he immediately was like “That’s a shower mat cut in half
on the steps.” I didn’t even realize that. But that is what it is. And it actually helps because when I come
out of the shower, it is actually a little bit slippery right here. So I’ll just leave that there until maybe
I find something prettier or just get rid of it entirely, I don’t know. We’ll see. Yeah, so it’s a very functional studio apartment
space, especially for someone like me who is single and living by myself, I have no
kids or pets or anything like that. I don’t have a lot of belongings or property,
so it’s a very nice space. $350 a month. Utilities are included, except for electricity. So the windows, let’s take a look outside
the windows and see what’s going on. So what I really like about the windows is
this old feel, like it’s all wood, and this is all original old glass. You can tell because it’s got some imperfections
and warps to it, so when you’re looking out, things kind of skew and distort. But this is like, I don’t know exactly how
old it is, but it’s very nice and solid and I love the fixtures. Unlock it that way. Little latch down here. This is on the side of the house, it opens
up fully like this. There is the neighbor’s building right here,
and some barbed wire and stuff like that. I don’t really ever open this window, except
when letting a cross-breeze through. So you can see there’s some nice French-style
villas right over there. They’re the ones that face the main road,
so this is the back side of them. So you got some nice little green palm plants
right there. It’s very chill. You can hear some construction, I’ll show
you guys what’s going on behind my apartment. Gotta shut this window over here. So we’ll go over to this window, take a look
out it. So when I moved in they were actually already
doing the construction and I thought it was going to be really insane. But as you can hear and see, it’s super tame,
there’s just a guy hammering over there, the crane is way over there. When I first moved in all the construction
stuff was actually right here. But they were almost finished, so I came in
right at the right time, when they finished working directly behind here. And for the past week or so, they’ve been
over there. I think these guys are going to be here for
another month, or two. What they’re doing is, as you can see over
there, there’s like this sewage drain canal for all the rain water and sewage – well,
yeah I guess some sewage too – but you can see it’s all trashy looking and whatever. It doesn’t smell right now. But that was this entire back lane, was that. And so what they did was they dredged it out,
and put in all kinds of sewer pipes and stuff like that. And then they filled it in with cement, and
what I’m told is that they’re going to eventually pave all of this turn it into a little back
road here. So that’s the view behind my apartment. It’s got a nice view of a normal Vietnamese
neighborhood. You can see here, there’s some dogs, at night
bats fly around. When it rains, it’s very pretty looking, cause
all the rain is coming off of all the awnings and rooftops, like waterfalls. So it’s very interesting. This is my place. This is what the outside looks like, it’s
got the sun-faded blue. Ewww man, those panels are dirty, I’ll have
to clean that somehow. So it’s very chill, I thought this was going
to be way worse, but it’s gone by very quickly and the construction crew is not loud at all. Ok, and there’s like 2 more things I wanted
to show you in the apartment, and then I’m going to go show you some of the shared stuff
that’s part of this building. So first thing I wanted to mention is the
art that is framed. This came with the buildings. Let’s take a look at it. So you can see a better view of it. It’s a guy, who’s sort of buff looking, looks
like a Marine or something. And some other guy who actually looks like
my friend Alex, from England. And they’re pulling a TV apart, I guess, a
really old Sony TV with the picture of a girl who looks like she’s in a porn. I have no idea where this came from or why
whoever used to live here decided to print and frame this. This was on the wall when I moved in. So that’s weird picture #1. Weird picture #2 is over here. I’m going to eventually change this stuff
guys, don’t worry. I’ve only been in here for just 2 weeks. This one is from haha168.com, it was printed
as you can tell. It looks like two guys lifting a statue and
they’re using their hands on the actual breasts to prop up the statue. So another weird framed picture, I have no
idea why. The other piece of artwork over there on the
far wall, that’s an actual relief painting of some flowers. It’s actually proper artwork, someone actually
physically made this. It’s real. It’s not printed. Alright, so where’s my washing machine and
stuff like that? Let me tell you, it’s up on the roof. And the roof is a shared space for all the
tenants and the washing machine and the dryer and all the clothes lines, you can hang towels
and blankets and whatever, all of that up there is shared space. So let’s go take a look. Here’s my shoe rack. Let’s go upstairs. This place is only 4 stories high. All the steps are real stone, and the handrail
is all solid dark wood, very nice. There’s a sky light. Hello! She’s the cleaning maid. There’s the washing machine, and she’s the
cleaning maid. Hello! She does the cleaning of the bed materials,
and comes in twice a week to wipe the floors and mop and take out the trash and stuff like
that. She’s very helpful. So this is the roof space, it looks more like
storage. These are all extremely dusty. But you can hang towels and stuff like that
here. Over here are two drying machines, this one
I noticed when I opened it, it’s stuffed with old stuff. It’s like a storage thing. This one functions very well, I haven’t used
an American style dryer since America, more than 5 years ago. So it was interesting using that the other
day. It dried my clothes like instantly. In Korea, I’ve always just hung my clothes. You know, if I wanted to, I could come up
here and chill out and stuff. It’s the roof of the building, so you can
see the shape of it, and they built this corrugated tin structure on top as well to protect where
I’m standing from rain. Over here, you can see, there’s the main road
right? And that’s where I started this video, at
the beginning of the little alley way. So these are the buildings that face the front
of the road. And they absorb all that noise from the main
road, so I don’t have to hear it, plus I’m on the backside of this building so I don’t
even hear it anyways. So you can see, this is very cool architecture. I really like the tiling going on, it’s over
here too, let me show you. Yeah, see? This is what the back of my neighborhood looks
like. Very quiet residential area, there’s a Buddhist
temple right over there. And in the distance, you can see the Lotte
Tower, which in my recent Walking video, I said it was the tallest building in Vietnam. That is incorrect, it is the 2nd tallest tower,
there is another tower that’s slightly taller, and that tower is also the largest one in
all of Vietnam, not just Hanoi. You can hear the birds chirping. It’s just very cool , very awesome. I really like this place. I’m so glad I found this apartment. That’s it for my apartment tour, I hope you
guys really enjoyed it. If you have any questions about like how I
found this place, check out my apartment hunting video here. And if you have any other questions, leave
it down below, I’ll definitely answer after everything to the best of my knowledge. So thanks for watching guys, please give this
a Thumbs Up, please Share it, please Subscribe, check me out on Patreon. And see you guys in the next video! Bye!


Cory May

Jul 7, 2017, 6:11 pm Reply

What do you think of my place? What kind of a place would you look for if you were in Vietnam? Let me know below!
Feel free to support me through Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/feedthecory
And please help contribute subtitles in your language by clicking: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCAQLIhgbZGo1GgyONrKHuWw&tab=2


Andrew Flyer

Oct 10, 2017, 8:59 pm Reply

08:00 … KOREAN Fridge …haha ! …….Nice apartment, much bigger than you would get in Seoul, also much cheaper.
Seems a small A/C unit for such a large room, but I`m sure it keeps it cool. Great tour Cory, I will watch more.


Oct 10, 2017, 11:35 pm Reply

That looks… really nice for $350. 🙂

Connie Guzman

Oct 10, 2017, 1:40 pm Reply

Very nice price and spacious for a single person. I love it. But, no tv?


Oct 10, 2017, 1:36 pm Reply

Good stuff Cory! In Hanoi, gonna look for apt. later….this is good info so i can figure out prices and possibilities, I was in korea for many many years btw, peace man.

Andro Paris

Oct 10, 2017, 2:15 pm Reply

You must be Korean, referring to people as "foreigner!" The correct term in Vietnam is "Expat!" That's so messed up. In my entire time growing up in America, I never ever called somebody a "foreigner!" We would say, "that dude from Mexico, or Germany," but foreigner? … never, no way. It get's tiring and is very unwelcoming to be constantly be referred to as a foreigner. I hope you can learn to just see everybody else as a human being, not a flag or a color or a subgroup of some kind you can fit in a predetermined box. Humans are just humans. Nice apartment fellow human being and "Expat" in Vietnam, which is so much more welcoming than that overly aggressive term "foreigner" that is so loved by Koreans. Rant Off. I hope you have a wonderful time in Vietnam.

Diane Moore

Oct 10, 2017, 4:18 pm Reply

Lovely flat and the surroundings looked great too. Loved how pretty the entrance was.

Sam Jo

Oct 10, 2017, 10:29 am Reply

That is a loves large studio apartment, love it.

John Coxtolstoy

Oct 10, 2017, 10:10 pm Reply

I went from a room in a nightmare shared white people house on Dang Thai Mai to a studio on Kham Tien to finally a 1500sqft, 3br apartment in good old Ha Dong for $220 😉

John Coxtolstoy

Oct 10, 2017, 10:12 pm Reply

ps. mam tom for life

Zuzu the Travel Twin

Oct 10, 2017, 4:58 am Reply

Such a beautiful apartment! I love the natural lighting! 😀

Josh Watson

Oct 10, 2017, 9:07 am Reply

Nice place, do they do monthly rentals? I've found it hard to find places by the month here…

Lourence Genebraldo

Nov 11, 2017, 5:31 am Reply

lol..i like the part when u said "this is not where the magic happens"

Bruno Allen

Dec 12, 2017, 10:44 am Reply

Dude buy a real full face helmet .You kind of need your jaw to eat. You have 25 percent chance smashing your face in a crash.

josuke higashikata

Dec 12, 2017, 6:14 am Reply

This is so lovely

Hanoi Apartment

Dec 12, 2017, 8:19 am Reply

Hi Cory, it is a nice apartment. Thank you for sharing.

Bát Giới

Dec 12, 2017, 10:29 am Reply

I from việt nam


Dec 12, 2017, 2:44 am Reply

Interesting video. Thanks. This would be fine for 1 person. It's good to get a feeling for what's available. Is this a convenient neighborhood? I love the bathroom. They made it cool. Why did you pick Hanoi? Is it cooler than HCM City?

Marika Fejszes

Dec 12, 2017, 5:18 am Reply

You have a lovely place. Thank you for sharing


Dec 12, 2017, 1:47 pm Reply

You changed a lot of people lives
One of them is me ♥


Dec 12, 2017, 2:22 pm Reply

Your apartment is amazing! Quality furnishings, and a bathtub make it PERFECT for me…lol. If I move to Vietnam (from Suzhou, China), I will be getting info on this area. Thank you, so much, for sharing!


Jan 1, 2018, 7:36 pm Reply

Do they let u rent just 1 month? I'm gonna go back for 1 month

Fuck You

Jan 1, 2018, 12:41 pm Reply

How much a month is your electric bill? and how long does a propane tank last?

John .Mitch

Jan 1, 2018, 9:00 pm Reply

Nice pad, I am wondering In US$ how much per kw unit is your electric, I strongly advise for yr safety you should turn off the gas at the gas bottle, not just at the mini cooker

Lando Lavie

Jan 1, 2018, 9:49 am Reply

Beautiful and bright apartment.


Feb 2, 2018, 7:02 pm Reply

I like your apartments in Hanoi than in Seoul.. It looks more comfy and neat. Natural light just comes in. Seoul apartments are so enclosed and you just rely on artificial lights like 24/7.

Hoa Nguyen

Feb 2, 2018, 12:38 am Reply

What type of work you do for living in Viet Nam?

Black American

Feb 2, 2018, 8:34 pm Reply

Place looks nice!!!!!!!


Feb 2, 2018, 4:05 pm Reply

Why did you move out from this place? I just saw your latest video of your new place.

Victor Henriquez

Feb 2, 2018, 9:41 pm Reply

Where did you get scooter for $50.?

jodi Muse

Feb 2, 2018, 10:34 pm Reply

Omg, I looked at that exact apt online from Victoria BC!! Too funny!


Feb 2, 2018, 11:48 pm Reply

Okay. We think your girlfriend is a Kindergarten teacher next to your first apartment.

K Buffy

Feb 2, 2018, 5:36 am Reply

Why did you move out of $300 apartment? That apartment was nicer than this one

Sevilla Hablero

Feb 2, 2018, 4:22 pm Reply

this apartment you "ve got is not really comfortable like you did last time,but its ok ,thats life..more adventure Cory im just fun watching your vedio

Lorenzo Martopawiro

Feb 2, 2018, 9:11 pm Reply

Hey what do you make money over there?


Feb 2, 2018, 11:04 pm Reply

lol the paintings

Jerry Rivera

Feb 2, 2018, 2:12 am Reply

I like your apt. and the price and very cozy but my question is why did you feel that you wanted to move to of all places Viet Nam, by the way I enjoyed your videos

Raymond F

Feb 2, 2018, 3:24 am Reply

Wow your old apartment was so cute …you know how to get the cool cool apartment …. I would love to see what type apartment you would get in a place like London or Paris or here in the US

T. Amara

Feb 2, 2018, 6:37 am Reply

Nice info . It's very useful for me as I have plan to visit Hanoi for weeks. I don't know which one the best to choose between hotel and apartement. I like to stay at the apartment cos I can cook 🙂

Darian Desjardins

Feb 2, 2018, 1:00 am Reply

Your TARDIS keychain made me smile! Hello from Canada, fellow Whovian!

George Fenrich

Feb 2, 2018, 5:38 am Reply

NICE Place! and for $350?? WOW

rhonda chevis

Feb 2, 2018, 9:11 pm Reply

Very nice I could live there easily….thanks for sharing….from Houston Texas

Chris Hoover

Feb 2, 2018, 4:50 am Reply

Eggs in the fridge? I thought this was a Vegan channel.

Andrew Nguyen

Feb 2, 2018, 1:06 am Reply

Man i like your style

Mark Cooke

Feb 2, 2018, 11:20 pm Reply

I like watching Asian apartment tours but no one never mentions internet or cellular etc please do a video on this

Andrew Nguyen

Feb 2, 2018, 9:27 am Reply

Thanks for msgng me.i cuoldnt figure out to reply to the message so i have to make a new comment.your style as in the way you represent yourself not fashion wise.

La bellaXia

Mar 3, 2018, 7:32 pm Reply

Absolutely love your studio, the patio, pond, and natural lights. I can live there forever!

Winda SS

Mar 3, 2018, 11:43 am Reply

It looks like Boarding House in Indonesia.


Mar 3, 2018, 4:53 am Reply

That was a beautiful bathroom. Except for those rust stains but still nice.


Mar 3, 2018, 5:14 am Reply



Mar 3, 2018, 4:25 pm Reply

Maybe I missed it. How did you find this apartment? Thanks.

Boris Chang

Mar 3, 2018, 10:31 pm Reply

It would be cooler being next door to a Pho shop open late.

Pro Hooper

Mar 3, 2018, 4:13 pm Reply

Everyone there ride bikes?

Georgia Tran

Mar 3, 2018, 10:04 pm Reply

bruh im viet and still think mắm tôm is gross omg

SA Adventures

Mar 3, 2018, 11:01 pm Reply

Your videos are so good ???!!

Binge watching intesifies

Apr 4, 2018, 1:40 am Reply

The stones you are talking about are usually marble ?

roxanne laudenbach

Apr 4, 2018, 10:41 am Reply

I love that bathroom! You just don't see places especially this affordable in the US. I have always wanted to travel and honestly could probably live extremely comfortable ony fixed income in some other countries! Like this for example! Thanks for sharing!!!


Apr 4, 2018, 5:33 am Reply

Great natural light!


Apr 4, 2018, 5:46 am Reply

Those big purified water bottles are factory sealed? I heard they refill those bottles and promote them as pure, clean water.

Brian Pan

Apr 4, 2018, 4:45 am Reply

Do you stub your toe trying to get to the toilet at night? I know I would. GREAT APARTMENT!!! ?


Apr 4, 2018, 2:42 am Reply

How is the internet/ISP there?

roof pizza

Apr 4, 2018, 4:59 pm Reply

What's the honking like in Vietnam? The Philippines drives me nuts and I hear India is even worse. Thailand isn't too bad.

roof pizza

Apr 4, 2018, 5:06 pm Reply

Do Vietnamese eggs need to be refrigerated?

Alexis Renée

Apr 4, 2018, 2:14 am Reply

Wow!!! Such a great deal!! I've been looking at only serviced apartments in the $450-$600 range, but maybe I need to change my search because I'd love to stay here for $350.

Mickey Garcia

May 5, 2018, 6:45 pm Reply


Semar Manganov

May 5, 2018, 8:12 am Reply

where do you park the car ?

Louis Lark

May 5, 2018, 4:04 am Reply

For $350.00, that apartment is nice and spacious and lit well.

Louis Lark

May 5, 2018, 4:08 am Reply

Don't like that hot plate and cooking predicament. Maybe that is my snobbish America way.

Louis Lark

May 5, 2018, 4:12 am Reply

Nice bathroom man.


Jun 6, 2018, 4:01 am Reply

Oh, we used that fermented shrimp stuff at cooking in school!
We were making Thai food.
It smelt disgusting and my friends made me add it!


Jun 6, 2018, 12:08 am Reply


Chuck Myntti

Jun 6, 2018, 6:59 pm Reply

nice video. Thanks.

PajHuab Ncua Vwj

Aug 8, 2018, 1:12 am Reply

I like this place more than your new one. It's just bigger….. love your videos.

Deborah Jibben

Aug 8, 2018, 7:42 pm Reply

Love your videos!!! Thank you for showing this incredible place! You are very blessed to be able to travel and have this travel in your life!

Nguyễn Quang Sơn

Aug 8, 2018, 1:23 pm Reply

The rock help to clean and massage your foot

Halona Black

Aug 8, 2018, 5:15 pm Reply

This is nice!

Leah Porter-Samuels

Oct 10, 2018, 4:49 am Reply

Hey dude you got a good apartment for $350 per month. Good size space. Well done!

Joseph c.

Oct 10, 2018, 7:43 pm Reply

Imagine what kind of apartment you could get for the $1000 a regular apartment in America costs

John Verdejo

Nov 11, 2018, 3:16 pm Reply

Great Video, Very nice and open unit. How is your lease or rent. What kind of time frame can you have for renting?


Nov 11, 2018, 5:20 pm Reply

You can leave your shoes outside and not worry about having some jerk steal your stuff, What a concept…………gorgeous and spacious.

bob king

Nov 11, 2018, 11:26 pm Reply

nice! do they have smaller places for around 250.00 american?

Salty Psychosis

Nov 11, 2018, 2:20 am Reply

How old are you. Maybe ur under 26. Cuz I am 26

foggle boggle

Dec 12, 2018, 9:10 am Reply



Dec 12, 2018, 7:08 am Reply

Another nice apartment.

Lloyd Dojillo

Dec 12, 2018, 3:36 pm Reply

the $300 apartment you got is still a knock off! but, with $350 plus the plate, cutlery, etc, that will do. i love what they did with their dish rack!

$50/month for motorcycle rental. that's actually cheap!

Space Man

Dec 12, 2018, 8:27 am Reply

One question.. . Do you flush toilet paper?

Space Man

Dec 12, 2018, 8:29 am Reply

Great video btw… and you need to learn the difference between stone and MARBLE. Marble is beautiful. Keeps things cool in summer as well. Ez to clean ect. Bro i want your house

The Movie Critic

Dec 12, 2018, 6:15 am Reply

how is crime there ? how much did you have to put down?

Drifting Dwarf

Dec 12, 2018, 8:17 am Reply

Love your apartment. So minimalist and cozy and clean. My kind of dream apartment. Thanks for sharing. Love the simplicity of the GoPro video too. Please do more GoPro videos! Thanks for this in-depth tour of your place! So excited to move to Vietnam!

Hmong Adventures

Dec 12, 2018, 11:28 pm Reply

By the way, are you Korean or Vietnamese? The reason I’m asking just because I like to move over to Vietnam from Thailand.

Voice of Reason

Dec 12, 2018, 4:36 am Reply

I think it is adorable!!!! I love it! It is much larger than I would have imagined. Not to mention the price is certainly right!!! Lucky you!! Amazing!!

Benedict Voon

Jan 1, 2019, 4:15 pm Reply

Which came first? This apartment or the one with a fishing pond at the roof top?

fred flintstone

Jan 1, 2019, 8:44 pm Reply

Thanks for the video. I gotta get away from the frozen tundra.

Aida Hiser

Jan 1, 2019, 3:15 am Reply

Wow…..I would love to live there….very nice!

Tee D

Feb 2, 2019, 8:50 am Reply

Can you tell us the reason you have to live in Vietnam, Cory, whereas, there are lot of Vietnamese that want to live in the USA?

Daniel C

Feb 2, 2019, 9:36 am Reply

Did you make a video about this apartment before? Maybe it was somebody else but I have seen a video about an apartment just like yours or even the exact same 100% lol

Kenneth Smolka

Feb 2, 2019, 7:07 am Reply

How did you find that place?

Tisha Anderson

Mar 3, 2019, 11:44 pm Reply

Very nice! I love it ❤️

martine avila

Apr 4, 2019, 5:15 am Reply

Nice place, except for the roof top.

Hùng Tuấn

Jul 7, 2019, 8:54 am Reply

a greeting from VN

Leave a Reply