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US News Bali: a Boeing carcass installed at the top of a cliff to revive the tourism

21:35  16 september  2021
21:35  16 september  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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unusual photos to revive tourism. A carcass of Boeing was hoisted on a cliff on the south coast of Bali to attract visitors to the Indonesian Island deserted by tourists since the beginning of the pandemic. A dozen workers assembled this week the fuselage and the nose of an old Boeing 737 on a cliff overlooking the beach of Nyang Nyang.

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The idea of ​​a Russian entrepreneur

Felix Demin, the new owner of the device wants to transform the plane to accommodation for tourists and attract the curious in search of unusual photos on the site. The Russian entrepreneur who resides in Bali hopes that this attraction will help revive tourism, a hard sector suffered on the island since the Indonesia closure of its borders to foreign tourists.

"The COVID-19 has been complicated for Bali, no tourist because of the confinement has come for almost two years now. I want to make it a symbol to give hope that tourists come back here in Bali, "the project manager indicated to AFP.

An aggressive vaccination campaign to revive Tourism

The aircraft in several pieces was ready to be sent to China to be recycled when it bought it, he said. That, he said, took him a week to carry the carcass on the cliff after obtaining the necessary permits. Some people in Bali, however, worry about social networks that the carcass of the plane does not pollute the seaside landscape.

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The Balinese authorities lifted some restrictions on the island this week after a soaring cases of Coronavirus and deaths in July and August. Bali, who attracted more than a dozen millions of tourists every year before the pandemic, deployed an aggressive campaign for immunization of his population in the hope of quickly reviving this indispensable sector for its economy.

No date has been confirmed by the authorities on a potential reopening of the borders of Indonesia to foreign tourists.

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