Apartment for lease HCMC03

Apartment for lease HCMC03.

Apartment for lease HCMC. A very nice apartment for rent in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. Right in the heart of city, at Lancaster building, luxurious and security residential area nearby Norfolk Mansion, Saigon Sky Garden and Diamond Plaza, etc. Surrounding with International Commercial Businesses such as international apartments, office building and hotels, major hospitals, boutique shops and varied restaurants and entertainments, easy accessibility and less traffic. Nice and luxurious apartment with wooden floor, great view and furnished, etc…

Apartment for lease HCMC03 Rental: $1,850-$5,000/month.

Rental includes: Full furnished & equipped, Housekeeping service and towel change (from Monday to Saturday), Change linen, bed sheet/bedcover & pillow case (twice per week), Shampoo sofa, chair and rug every 3 months, Professional & international standard management, 24-hour security with front desk services, Generator power backup, Three Schindler Elevators,

Fully equipped by Australian /New Zealand standard Fire Protection system, Central Ventilation and Air Conditioning system are concealed in ceiling space, Car and motorbike parking.

Situated on the banks of the Saigon River, Ho Chi Minh City has gone by several names over the centuries, most recently in 1975. Ho Chi Minh City was originally founded as Prey Nokor, a small fishing village and main port of Cambodia under the Khmer, in the 16th century. The name Prey Nokor means “forest city” or “forest land” and reffered to the swampy forests upon which it was founded. In the 17th century, Vietnamese settlers flocked to Prey Nokor and by 1698, Nguyen Huu Canh, a Vietnamese noble was sent to expand Prey Nokor into a Vietnamese settlement. By that time, Prey Nokor had became known as Gia Dinh officially, but Sai Gon more popularly (Sai Gon coming from obscure etymology but most assuredly reffering to the foresty area of the city). In 1859, the French conquered Saigon and encorporated it as the capital into the newly-formed French colony of Cochinchina, which later became French Indochina and subsequently South Vietnam. There, the French labeled Prey Nokor Saigon. The French architectural style is visible in many of the remaining nineteenth century buildings, for example the Museum of Fine Arts and the Ho Chi Minh City Museum. During the Vietnam-American War, Saigon was the capital of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) until its unification with the North Vietnamese in 1975 which united the two halves. It was subsequently renamed Ho Chi Minh City in honor of the pseudonym of the Vietnamese guerilla leader-Ho Chi Minh (real name Nguyen Tat Thanh). Today, Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam, larger than even the capital Hanoi, with more than 8 million people, and hosts the largest number of businesses in Vietnam – over 300,000. It is climbing, slowly but surely, into the new millennium. 

Rental excludes: Tax, Telephone bill, Electricity consumption.

Noted: The rental is subject to change by landlords without prior notice.

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