An abandoned Boeing 737 has sparked much interest and mystery as to how it ended up in an Indonesian quarry.
Nobody knows how the plane ended up in a limestone quarry near the Raya Nusa Dua Selatan Highway in Bali. It is only a short distance from Pandawa Beach, a popular tourist destination, and it continues to fascinate many people.
So far, the main theory revolves around a wealthy local businessman.
According to rumors, he had the plane built in the quarry with the intention of turning it into a restaurant. He is said to have run out of funds for the project, so the plane was just left where it was.
The runway stairs are propped up against the front entrance of the plane. It bears no identification or branding. This theory has not been confirmed by authorities. The defunct plane is fenced off and only visible from a vantage point.
Surprisingly, another abandoned Boeing 737 can be found in Bali, next to a Dunkin’ Donuts location. The plane’s victory is resting on the Dunkin’ Donuts wall. The plane is thought to have been there since 2007, with similar rumors circulating that it was once planned to become a restaurant. In 2018, it was sued as a venue for an event.