- Kim Chiu shared a peek into a tiny house where she stayed in San Francisco
- The actress shared that she is fond of tiny places such as small houses
- She also rated her experience staying in the tiny house which she found through Airbnb
Kim Chiu shared a video about her experience staying in a tiny house in San Francisco. According to her, she is fond of small places.
According to her, she follows Netflix showTiny House which inspired her to stay overnight in the cutest tiny house rental in San Francisco.
The toured her followers inside the house, which features all of the amenities you can find in a regular home.
The house includes a patio, a bedroom, a small bathroom with a bathtub, and a loft area that can accommodate one person.
She rated her experience as 9.5 out of 10. The only thing that she did not like about staying there is that they had to keep quiet. She also mentioned a neighbor complaining about them being noisy.
Check out her vlog here:
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Being one of Gerald Anderson's ex girlfriends, Kim was asked about the controversy involving Gerald and Julia Barretto recently. She aired her thoughts on the issue as earlier reported.
Kimberly Sue Yap Chiu is a Chinese Filipino actress, singer, recording artist and television host in the Philippines. She is currently managed and under contract to Star Magic, ABS-CBN's home-based talent agency.
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