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These Are The Most Stylish AirBnb Pads In Southeast Asia

Check out these Instagrammable homes!


Staying in hotels can get a bit tiring as time goes by. Wherever you go, they all basically look the same.  For something a bit different, how about trying out these stylish AirBnbs around the region? With their stylish décor giving their spaces a bit more personality, it will make your stay a far more interesting experience in itself.

 

Scandinavian-Style Loft, Singapore


A living room of a loft styled in monochromatic Scandinavian design

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Perfect for two guests, this bright and airy unit is one of many self-contained lofts in a refashioned shophouse built in the 1920s. But this particular one is special because it has a private entrance that opens up to a little back street. Located in Petain Road, Jalan Besar, the loft is amidst a number of other shophouses and restaurants. It is also a stone throw’s away from Farrer Park MRT, connecting you to the other parts of Singapore. 

The Happiness Home, Kuala Lumpur


A bed with grey sheets stands at the side of a cozy apartment decorated with greenery

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The minimalist yet quirky grey-and-yellow motif of this stylish AirBnBduplex will never fail to put a smile on your face. The unit is situated at the country’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, bringing you into the heart of the fun city life. A hawker joint is right across the place in case you want to have a taste of authentic Malay cuisine. To roam around the city, you can easily get on a hop-on, hop-off bus that stops at all the important landmarks.


The Glass Tree House, Bangkok


An ornate pink sofa set stands in the middle of a living room surrounded by glass windows

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Filled with sophisticated décor, this four-bedroom house lined with glass walls is perfect for a group of ten. Swimming in their garden-surrounded pool and jacuzzi is an easy way to unwind. If you wish to explore the city, the bed and breakfast is just near BTS Phrom Phong station, which will take you to Bangkok’s main tourist spots.

Bukit Vista’s Balinese Villa, Bali


A small circular pool is right outside an authentic Balinese villa

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Discover the beauty of Bali in this tropical and traditional stylish AirBnBin the Balangan beach neighbourhood. A fusion of modern minimalism and Balinese architecture, the private house is sure to make you feel rejuvenated during your whole stay. Although secluded from the crowds, points of interests are easily accessible. The white-sand beach is just a 10-minute walk away, and there you can surf and dine all day long.


The May Homestay Centre, Hanoi


A bright living room with rustic decor and a wooden furniture

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Looking for a quaint and quiet spot to stay at in Hanoi? This rustic homestay is tucked away in the heart of the capital, right by the Hoan Kiem Lake. The home is quite close to the Main Train Station, but other famous attractions like the St. Joseph Cathedral and the Opera House are just minutes away. Dine like a local as the area is surrounded by restaurants not known to the common tourist.

Light-Filled Zen Sanctuary, Makati


Shot of a bright and airy bedroom from the balcony

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Located in Poblacion, one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Makati, the modern home with elements of traditional Filipino architecture gives you access to the city’s finest dining spots and malls. You won’t feel like you’re far from home as the wide windows give the place a spacious and bright atmosphere.


(Cover photo from: The Happiness Home)


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