A BOEING 737 plane has been transformed into a luxury hotel – and you can spend the night.
The plane was once part of the Mandala Airlines fleet, with the airline ceasing operations in 2014.
It has since been bought by Russian developer Felix Demin who moved it to Bali.
The Private Jet Villa can now be found on the clifftop, and officially opens to guests in March 2023.
However, a number of lucky people have already stayed and showed off the hotels stunning interiors.
The plane is now a two-bedroom villa, with double beds, kitchen and dining area, cocktail bar and lounging area.
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The bathroom is built into the cockpit with a sunken bath along with a toilet and sink.
There is also an infinity swimming pool built into the cliff, complete with sunloungers, lounge area and firepit.
Brave guests can walk along the wing of the hotel, which hangs over the edge of the cliff too.
However, he said that "nothing would happen" even if there were 300 people on the wing, having made it structurally sound.
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He said: “Externally and structurally, this is a jet aircraft that we have turned into a luxury hotel."
You'll have to start saving now – it will cost you £5,920 a night on Expedia.
It's not the only plane in Bali that has caused excitement
An abandoned Boeing 737 plane in a field in Bali has turned into a tourist attraction as how it got there is a mystery.
And one has revealed why he converted an abandoned Boeing plane to live in – and that he has "no regrets".
Here are some other Boeing 747 conversions which includes hotels, party pads and cafes.
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