Almost any tropical plant you can find for sale as a houseplant with the exception of desert cacti.
Pothos, lucky bamboo, chinese evergreen, peace lily, and heartleaved philodendrons do really well in almost all situations.
With more light, pileas are pretty and they stall small. Purple waffle plants will in time grow large but slowly and will do very well with good lighting. Creeping fig takes a while to establish but in time it will easily take off and grow enormous. In big tanks sweet potato vine is great, with the roots down in the tank. Syngonium likes good light but will do with less and in time becomes a very sizable vine. In very good light try mint as well.
Try almost any of those little 3 inch pots of foliage available at any Walmart or Lowes. I've yet to find a plant that didn't adapt.