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Q: Balconies on apartments possible, or no such thing in Chengdu?

12 years 45 weeks ago in  Housing - Chengdu

 
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From what I've seen is that most apartment buildings in China have balconies but Chinese don't use them in the way Westerners do (ie. a place to drink your morning coffee and read the newspaper) they just put bars over them and use them as a place to dry their clothes.

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Thanks, Tonka. I couldn't tell by the pictures.

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Balconies are available on apartments, but they'll be more expensive. The nicer complexes in Chengdu have balconies.

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