Good communication by e-mail; good arrival map provided. Modern building with secured entry door into the lobby. Good location for public transportation and restaurants. Quiet. Clean. Washing machine and clothesline were useful. The space could actually be described as an "entire home", since nobody else occupies the (fairly small -- perhaps 100 square feet?) studio-type apartment, so you have complete privacy. The electric kettle and bowl of tea/coffee packets and cookies/sweets was nice, as was the bottled water in the fridge. The air conditioning, and the hot water for the shower, were good. Nice memory-foam pillow. CNN International on cable TV.
This lodging is inappropriate for: anyone needing/wanting a western-style bed (actual mattress, raised off the floor), anyone needing/wanting a place to sit other than the floor, or anyone expecting a usable kitchen. The bedding I found folded up in the closet was a thin sleeping mat, a blanket, and a pillow (no sheets). No chairs. The kitchen had a refrigerator, a sink, a two-burner stove, a dish drainer, a coffee mug -- and nothing else. It would have been impossible to prepare or serve anything in the kitchen, or even to reheat restaurant leftovers, since there were no plates, no utensils, no pan to use for the stove, and no microwave or oven. There were no bath-size towels. (Although there were 4 towels provided, all were hand towels.) Note that wifi is not listed as an amenity. No laundry detergent for the washing machine. No trash can for the trash bag.
When I saw the photos on Airbnb, I assumed that the room furniture was not shown because it was not especially nice; I hadn't expected that there really wouldn't be any. So, at the current time, I'm unable to recommend Dalbit's place to conventional international travelers, unless you're willing to deal with the serious limitations mentioned. With just a few purchases -- a chair, a few kitchen supplies, a bed (or at least a thick mattress for the floor) -- it could be a very reasonable place to stay.