We would be remiss for not mentioning this monstrosity that is unlikely to ever be completed. The park sits above Jimbaran Bay, and was intended to be the greatest cultural park in Indonesia with a 146m (180-ft.) statue of the Hindu god Vishnu. If it is ever completed it will be taller than the Statue of Liberty in New York City. The very park's essence is widely debated in Bali among the local population, with some saying it was intended to serve as a "Welcome to Bali" landmark for passengers arriving by plane, while others state simply that it makes a mockery of the Hindu religion. Whatever it is, it isn't working and so far only the head and torso of Vishnu have been completed. Initially commissioned in the Soeharto era, there have been too many problems to list, though current President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has promised to finish the project.