They Found A Giant Plane Abandoned In The Woods, How IT Got There Will…


Many people travel to the island of Bali in the country of Indonesia in the Pacific to see a strange sight. While the country attracts thousands of tourists due to its stunning weather, a plethora of wildlife, and rainforest environment, there is another draw that has been drawing visitors to the country for years.

A Boeing 737 has been sitting in a big ditch along Bali’s busy Raya Nusa Dua Selatan Highway for so long that it has recently started to draw tourists.

In a limestone quarry not far from the popular Pandawa beach is the abandoned aircraft. In order to witness the abandoned Boeing 737 in all its splendor and to try to learn what happened to the plane and what led it to be abandoned in Bali, thousands of people make the voyage out to the quarry since this site serves as a hub for travelers from all over the world.

One story circulated by some locals recounts how the plane came to be abandoned. According to local lore, a wealthy businessman brought the airplane to the island in pieces and put it back together in the quarry with the intention of building a restaurant that would be housed inside the jet. The tall-flying project, however, was never finished because, according to mythology, the businessman eventually ran out of money.

The plane is currently stranded in the quarry, but anyone with the courage to explore it can still access it. People may inside the airplane and observe what the would-be restaurateur was working on before he ran out of money to finish the project since the runway stairs are propped up against the aircraft.

The lack of branding or identification on the jet makes it impossible for a passing onlooker to determine where it originated. Because it is hidden in a remote quarry close to a cluster of shipping containers, it is also difficult to locate.

The fact that there are other defunct Boeing 737s on the island of Bali makes this story even more bizarre. Next to a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee shop is one of the other abandoned Boeing 737s. The shop’s wall is really pressed against the airplane wing as it hangs over an alley.

The two abandoned Boeing 737s have grown to become a popular tourist destination for those who are interested in their history, although it’s uncertain what the future holds for these two planes.

Bali seems to like to preserve its abandoned Boeing 737 aircraft close by and exploit them as tourist attractions, though the reason for this is unclear.

These planes may not be doing much other than drawing people to watch them, but they are certainly a discussion starter because they are really interesting to observe, especially in places where airplanes are not typically found.

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Sources: AWM, TimesNowNews, DailyMail

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