This decomissioned Boeing 737 has been turned into a gorgeous private villa in Bali, Indonesia.
It costs an arm and a leg but it’s just so unique we can’t really hate it.
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The Boeing 737 used to be part of Mandala Airlines’ fleet, but Indonesian airline officially ceased operations in 2014.
A few years later, a wealthy Balinese resident bought the plane, restored it, and had it installed on a high cliff near Nyang Nyang beach in Bali.
The aircraft-turned-holiday rental is truly stunning, as is the location.
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You approach the aircraft walking along a stone staircase, hidden behind a wooden gate.
Inside the aircraft, you’ll find a fully-equipped kitchen, two bathrooms and two bedrooms.
The cockpit of the Boeing jet was converted into a fancy bathroom inside the private villa.
The view from the bathtub is spectacular and the wooden furnishing adds a touch of warmth to the experience.
And as a cherry on top, one of the wings is now a patio jutting out into the sea.
The outdoor space surrounding the plane was used to create a beautiful garden.
There’s also another patio / hangout spot complete with a fire pit.
And last but not least, there’s an infinity pool that looks out towards the sea.
The ‘Private Jet Villa by Hanging Gardens Air’ – this is the official name of the rental – is listed on Booking.com for around $7,300.
It will be available from July 2023.
It’s a lot of cash for a holiday home.
Having said that, considering the location and attention to detail, it might just be worth it.