The Indonesian island of Bali is famous for its natural beauty, spectacular beaches and breathtaking topography complete with lush green terraced rice fields and looming volcanoes. The Bali province in the Indonesian archipelago is one of the most popular tourist destinations, drawing divers and surfers from across the world.
Among the places with the most picturesque landscapes in Bali is Uluwatu. The beautiful beaches overlooking gorgeous green hills are a big draw for the tourists. A video posted by EarthPix on Instagram just goes on to prove why the island is so sought-after for holidayers.
The breathtaking video shows an aircraft parked near a cliff and a man walk on one of its wings suspended mid-air overlooking the sea.
The caption with the reel identified the man as Koming Darmawan, a photographer in Bali.
According to the caption, the clip was shot near Nyang-Nyang beach in Uluwatu Badung Regency, where the Boeing aircraft placed on the seaside cliff will be turned into a tourist accommodation.
“@koming.darmawan exploring this retired Boeing aircraft that’s been placed on a seaside cliff. It’s to be turned into a tourist accommodation near Nyang-Nyang beach in Uluwatu Badung Regency,” the caption with the EarthPix post read.
Most of the people who saw the clip found it “adventurous” on part of Darmawan to walk on the wing, with some commenting what if there had been a gust of wind.
“My heart just dropped,” said one user, while another posted: “My knees went weak watching him go to the end!”
“This gave me anxiety,” commented yet another user.
Check out the video and the comments here:
Uluwatu Home To Famous Hindu Temple
Located on the southwestern tip of Bali’s Bukit peninsula, Uluwatu is also famous for the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple — one of Bali’s nine key directional temples.
The Hindu temple is perched on top of a steep cliff nearly 70 metres above sea level.
Standing between the clouds on top and foaming sea waves lapping against the cliffs at the foot provide a divine view, justifying the name ‘Luhur’, which means “something of divine origin”, according to the local language.