In­flight Restau­rant, Kera­mas Aero Park

Asian Geographic - - Unique Dining Experience­s -

In the mid­dle of a rice field, an aban­doned Boe­ing 737-400 stands, re­fur­bished into a lux­u­ri­ous restau­rant that serves much more than in­fa­mous aero­plane food. The In­flight Restau­rant menu of­fers 30 mains to choose from – a vast dif­fer­ence from the stress­ful “fish or chicken” plight on an ac­tual flight – and the dishes are served by wait­ers dressed in flight at­ten­dant uni­forms. Fur­ther­more, the wings are ac­ces­si­ble through the plane and the cock­pit is open for the per­fect photo op­por­tu­nity with your hands at the con­trols. En­joy the stun­ning view of rice pad­dies, Kera­mas Beach, and the ocean – all whilst feel­ing like you’re in the sky.

PHOTOS: KERA­MAS AERO PARK

Jl. By Pass Prof. Ida Ba­gus Mantra KM 28, Kera­mas, Gian­yar, Bali, In­done­sia The best way to get to the park is by car. You can ei­ther hire a driver for the day, or hire a taxi 10AM–10PM daily USD8–14

269 Beach Road, Sin­ga­pore Take the MRT to Bugis Sta­tion us­ing the East West or Cir­cle Line. From the sta­tion, it is a 10 minute walk to the restau­rant. 6PM till mid­night daily USD50–75

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