Dischidia Imbricata comes in a hanging basket, but actually this is a shingling plant. You can mount the plant onto some wood with sphagnum moss and let it grow further. In their natural habitat they will often climb on mossy trees as well.
Dischidia are close family to Hoya and just as easy to take care for.
The Dischidia Imbricata is best grown in a place where it gets sufficient indirect light. Close to a northwest facing window for example would be ideal. Even though it might not hurt the plant too much, a whole day of direct sunlight is too much. As for watering it’s recommended to water the plant once a week. Let the soil dry out a bit between watering. The Dischidia Imbricata is very tolerant plant and will be ok when you forget to water it very once in a while. If you would mount the plant it’s probably better to water the plant regularly as the sphagnum moss will dry out much quicker than soil. The Dischidia Imbricata is also tolerant to humidity. It prefers a higher humidity, but would still be fine at a bit of a lower humidity that’s more common in most households.