My Favourite Neocities Sites

Welcome! This is a hidden page listing all of my favourite sites on neocities. The reason I have made it hidden is that people may or may not want their site listed here, and I'm not really bothered to ask everyone for permission to have a special spotlight on my page (when usually their button is enough). If your site is listed here and you do not want to be featured, email me to take it down. I mean to cause no harm, I just want a place to catalogue the sites I enjoy the most.


I don't know why she hasn't updated her site in ages but I fucking love it. It is an almost endless rabbit hole of information about lots of different things, which I am a sucker for. If you like alternative viewpoints and just all-around spookiness, this site is for you.
This site inspired me to speak up for what I believe in and not care about what anybody thinks of me.

heaven's gate

Her website is a huge throwback to web 1.0 with all of those cute gifs and graphics. The aesthetic of the site is my personal favourite aspect. I love reading about her interests in her shrines and her blog that she updates every so often. I wish nothing but the best for her.


An interesting look into the life of a man and his everyday activities. His site layout changes often, and things get removed and added regularly. I'm always interested in seeing what he adds next.
JTSilius teaches me simplicity - sometimes not having a lot on your site leaves a lot of impact.

BMH Online

Another rabbit hole of lots of different things that the webmaster has found interesting to him. I always look forward to any updates on the site. I've spoken with the webmaster, and he is very nice and open-minded, which is a breath of fresh air in today's world. I totally recommend him if you haven't followed him already!
BMH online also teaches me to speak up for what I believe in, but also to share your interests with the world without expecting an audience to view it. Clicks shouldn't be the main reason you do things - it should be passion.

youtuube/Kitajima's Korner

A... parody site of YouTube, I guess? I don't know how to explain it. But the site is a great critique of the downfall of YouTube and why it is so unenjoyable and loathed. The webmaster is also a fellow city pop fan, which is always cool to see in the wild.
I hope that some of my site can be informative just like this one is.