Thursday, August 25, 2016

Welcome to my Chi apartment!

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Hi, long time no see! Sorry for not blogging so long. If you have missed the info, I am back in Holland again and still recovering from my jetlag. Again sorry for not blogging but the upcoming post will be mostly all about my HK trip. Starting with today which is all about my accommodation, an apartment tour!

Me and my dad and brothers stayed at CHI Residences which is a serviced apartment. Normally we stay over at relatives but this time we wanted to have our own place in HK. And I like having my own place. I slept, ate and showered in CHI #393 because this was the cheapest apartment. Go read all about it down below and perhaps bookmark it in your future HK trip?




 
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Hoi, lang niet gezien! Sorry voor een lang tijd niet-bloggen. Ik ben alweer terug in NL en heb een heerlijke vakantie in HK gehad. De jetlag is er helaas nog steeds maar dat geeft niet. De komende blogposts gaat waarschijnlijk over HK voornamelijk en de blogpost van vandaag begint er alvast mee. Het gaat over mijn accommodation, mijn appartement!

Een tour blogpost dus en dit keer verbleven ik, papa en broerliefs in CHI Residences. Normaal gesproken verblijven we bij familieleden maar dit keer wilden we een eigen plekje hebben en dat beviel me best aardig. Ik sliep, at en waste me af in CHI #393 want deze is het goedkoopste appartement, kom gauw scrollen en lees er alles over hieronder!

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The hallway
I live on the 10th floor and it was a funny first time experience as well! Because once you stepped out of the elevator you already enter your hallway. No one else lives on the 10th floor besides me and this makes floor 10 my very own private floor. This also means no one can enter my floor nor I can enter the other private floors of the building.
The livingroom
This towel is an improvised yoga mat but did not work well unfortunate.
This couch and window area is absolute my favorite spot in my apartment. It`s also the spot where I eat my food too, so it`s a dining spot as well I guess.
The kitchen
Not an oven sadly, just a microwave. With grill function.
The bathroom
A tiny but clean bathroom with lots of light. The pictures at the website does not match with the reality because in these pictures the shower has switched places with the toilet and sink. But in my opinion I like the reality better - check out the floorplan at this link below:
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The study and sleep area
Would I stay here again?
Yes! This CHI apartment #393 is a wonderful home for 1 person (max. 2 person) and I had a comfortable 4 week stay. The location is also convenient with lots of shops and eateries around and the MTR and other public transport is very nearby too. Ovenfresh pineapplebuns every morning thanks to the bakery straight downstairs. Or fishballs and herbal soups and there`s a Mannings drugstore and a Wellcome supermarket down the road for your body care and groceries.

Though the location is very convenient, the area is also known for being boisterous and noisy with `shady` businesses around. My HK family was really worried in the beginning but hey, I survived didn`t I!

Furthermore to the kitchen facility inside the apartment which was not bad. You can borrow a rice cooker or toaster if you want to! However I really wish there was a pair of scissor included. And a coat rack 
Address: 393, Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon - HONG KONG

14 comments :

  1. What a neat place! It looks functional, clean, and comfortable!

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  2. This looks amazing. Having your own floor sounds so lush!
    I'm glad you had such a comfortable experience.
    Also, how is the Alcatel Onetouch phone?
    I've seen it around, and I'm pretty interested.

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  3. Really well decorated! Definitely saving this for potentially a future trip

    nat - dignifiable

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  4. Wauw dat ziet er goed uit! Veeeeeel beter dan de 'Apple Hostel' waar ik bleef dichtbij de Victoria haven. Volgende keer ga ik deze zeker eens bekijken voor beschikbaarheid :) xx

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  5. This is such a cosy place! I wouldn't mind living here haha. I think that area is where I stayed when I went to HK... didn't realise it was known a bad area haha.

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  6. Whoaaa! That place looks awesome. It is nice to stay with family, but it's always comfortable to have your own space haha. Welcome back to blogging and get a good rest this weekend! Can't wait for the HK posts. :)
    xx

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  7. How cute and compact! I'm glad you had such a good trip

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  8. This flat is looking so cute !

    Sara,
    www.thecrimeofashion.com

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  9. You are so cute in the lovely apartment!
    Now I bookmarked!!!

    akiko

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  10. the place looks so nice! hope that i'll be able to visit hk one day

    www.uhhsandy.com

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  11. Cute place! The sofa looks really comfy :D -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  12. This place looks so awesome and cozy! I'd love to stay there, too.

    Hugs,
    Hannie from Missing Wanderer

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