Looks to be a good setup for a juvenile, just add the water dish.
Chilobrachys sp. can be frustrating when it comes to housing requirements. Dependent on how each one prefers to live. Some will be notorious burrowers and others want a terrestrial lifestyle. I had a C. huahini that choose a near arboreal lifestyle. Webbed her enclosure from top to bottom, an 8X8X16 arboreal setup.
I house them (Chilobrachys) as slings with lots of topsoil for burrowing. Watching how they acclimate, then as juveniles, rehouse them in enclosures suitable to their preferred lifestyle, not how I dictate. IME, a content T is a less defensive T, except when rehousing of course.