Events & Celebrations

Housing comprehensive facilities within the resort with warm hospitality and picturesque settings, Nirwana Gardens is an ideal host for all kinds of interesting thematic events and memorable festive celebrations that are happening within the resort.


Take home the great taste of Ramadan with Coca Cola!

From 1 March to 30 April 2024, spend a minimum of $12 on participating brands and stand to win a 3D2N stay at our luxurious Seaview 2-Bedroom Indra Maya Pool Villas with round-trip ferry tickets included! Other attractive prizes to be won include Royal Selangor Coca-Cola gold-plated bottles and GrabFood e-vouchers.

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A truly unforgettable experience – Private dining by the sea and under the stars!

Imagine a magical evening where the soothing sound of waves gently kisses the shore, the soft glow of moonlight reflects on the sands, and the stars twinkle like diamonds in the night sky. Our Romantic Dinner on the beach and under the stars is a luxurious and romantic affair, designed to create special, unforgettable memories. This private dining experience on Mayang Sari Beach is not just about the food; it’s a celebration of love, connection, and the beauty of nature.

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Dive into inner beautification with our complimentary Jamu drinks!

Read about the health benefits of Jamu and detox with us at Spice Restaurant!

Available for all Mayang Sari Beach Resort and Indra Maya Pool Villa Guests during Breakfast only.


Centuries-old Shipwreck, Lancang Kuning, was discovered by Archaeologists at Nirwana Beach Club!



A new centuries-old shipwreck has been discovered at Nirwana Beach Club!

The shipwreck, known as Lancang Kuning, was first exposed after a strong monsoon in 2016 and investigations were undertaken by BRIN Indonesia and the University of Napoli L’Orientale.

The project was founded by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the International Association of Mediterranean and Oriental Studies (ISMEO). It is a joint project titled “Indonesian Endangered Boatbuilding Knowledge.” Archaeological investigations were conducted both underwater and inland. According to the archaeologists, the ship is entirely preserved at 23.4 metres long, 5.5 metres wide, and was built using a Southeast Asian pre-modern system of boat construction.

Please visit our Guest Information Centre for more details or email for more information.

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