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Basic apartment for rent in bangkok are normally single room studio apartments with an ensuite bathroom and balcony, but NO kitchen.



Apartments often come with basic furnishings that include a bed, a small table and maybe a closet to hang your clothes – if you’re lucky you might get a desk and chair. Anything else you desire is up to you to furnish.



1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments often have the added bonus of a kitchen – and they should still come semi-furnished.



If you’re looking for a fully furnished apartment, however, your best bet is to look for an apartment complex that offers furnished units. These complexes usually come with a pool, gym, Starbucks and other perks.



You can rent an unfurnished apartment for 1-2 months or 3-6 months, but to secure the best price you should consider making a longer commitment (one year minimum) as this often cuts out additional fees.

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If you’re looking for a place to stay in Bangkok on a budget, a basic apartment is your best bet. Keep in mind, however, that most of these apartments come without a kitchen, so you’ll need to buy or rent your own cooking appliances if you want to be able to cook at home.







For an apartment with a full kitchen, you’ll need to increase your budget, but if you’re staying in Bangkok for longer than 3 months, the increased cost may be worth it. This is because most apartments come with fees that are incurred even if you don’t use them – these include electricity fees and water fees.



If you’re staying for more than 3 months, it’s often cheaper to rent a fully furnished apartment, as the lower cost is usually attributed to these fees. On the downside, however, most of these apartments are usually inside an apartment building with several other renters, which means there are several people who also have keys to your room.

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