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Photos: Quirky jungle-themed lavish apartment for rent in Vancouver

Prepare to be surprised.

From a distance, this Vancouver apartment looks just like any other Yaletown high-rise residence.

With spotless white furniture and gleaming marble floors, the spacious three-bedroom, three-bathroom rental is on the pricier side at $12,000 per month if rented for 12 months ($14,000 per month for a short-term rental). 

While it does come furnished, it also includes a collection of jungle-themed decorations and features. 

The balcony is transformed into a neon-lit tropical paradise with fake palm trees strung in lights, a hot tub, a cushioned lounge area, and a big rock wall water feature with an owl perched on top.

Inside, an aquarium is built into the wall and in the bedroom a plush giraffe as tall as the ceiling stands in the corner. In a different room, the walls display a collection of tiki masks. 

This quirky apartment is 1,982 sq ft. and located in The Concordia building near David Lam Park. It also comes with two parking spots and is available until the end of May 2024.