Imagine being in a ship wreck but instead of the tragic chaos, you are surrounded by the beauty of mother nature – lush greens and fairy lights, almost as if you’re on that fictional island where mythical creatures and beings co-exist…
Born in one of Bali’s hippest and bustling areas, Neverland Canggu is a one-stop entertainment, dining and wellness destination that aims to integrate an eco-friendly lifestyle within its venues.
Built upon 1.6 ha of land, Neverland stretches out from Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong until Jl. Kayu Tulang, with surrounding rice terraces and a riverside view, making it the little Ubud of this side of the island. Neverland is built from decommissioned ships, resonating that its walls come from the past; their hearts live in the present, and their inspirations come from the future.
Neverland is home to a variety of establishments, including a burger joint, an underground club, a Japanese street food bar, and a yoga shala.
Burgerland was Neverland Canggu’s very first establishment that launched in July 2019 to serve you high-quality fresh and simply presented foods. Burgerland serves various types of patties from Australian prime beef, chicken, fish and vegetarian options combined with locally made fresh buns and tasty home-made sauces. Don’t miss Burgerland’s Happy Hour featuring all signature cocktails for IDR 35k from 5-7pm every day!
HAUS by Neverland opened in December 2019 as a new venue for underground sounds from House to Techno. Located amidst the bustling area of Canggu, HAUS offers a refined nightlife experience! A perfect escape for some after-dark drinking with warm and unpretentious ambience. It’s a space to be yourself. A space with no judgement. A space to be free.
Harakiri was born from the idea to provide a contemporary Japanese dining venue, serving Japanese street food dishes. The menu varies and specializes in but is not limited to ramen, yakitori, and finger foods. Harakiri also offers the best deal around with an all you can eat buffet for IDR 99k from 5-9 pm every day!
Don’t miss out on one of the best entertainment destinations in Bali!
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