Warm laughter-filled days on the beach, evenings on the streets of Bali frizzing with excitement and lazy nights sprawled in your villa’s living room interspersed with animated talks with the kids – here’s your typical day in Bali. Oh, how we love Bali, and it’s even better with kids. Whether you have toddlers or teenagers, we know just what will keep them engaged and loving Bali as much as we do.
Kids in Bali: Things to Do & Where to Go
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Laughter, butterflies in tummies and splashes all around – your kids are going to love the waterparks in Bali. Waterbom Bali in Kuta greets you with massive colourful slides visible from the road. The kids will be rushing through the gates and ticket counters before you know it. There are smaller rides and slides for younger kids while the older ones can go crazy on the bigger slides with the biggest one measuring a staggering 250m (currently the longest water slide in the world).
The much smaller, therefore not-that-crowded Circus Waterpark is good at keeping kids entertained as well.
The best part of a day at a waterpark is the kids will be so tired on the way back, you and your partner can enjoy a relaxing rose petal bath with a long glass of wine. Just let our staff know and we will arrange it for you.
2. Make Believe
a. Mermaids for a Day
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Putri Siren is in the business of making little girls’ wishes come true. They provide mermaid fins for kids in various colours and sizes. You can plan a play date, birthday party and even an entire day of fun. For a full-blown party, they will arrange invitations, decorations, mermaid party treats and tails.
b. Pirates at Pirates Bay Bali
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Ahoy! This one is located all the way in Nusa Dua but is great if coupled with a day tour or an overnight stay. Slather your kids with sunscreen and a black bandana later, they will be off on little adventures looking for the ‘lost’ treasure. The events organised here are fun for kids aged between 4 and 12. The restaurant is spread out on a ship and on multi-level treehouses keeping the sense of adventure alive throughout your visit.
3. Kid-friendly Beach Clubs
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Steps away from the beach – kids play while parents relax with a cocktail. Sounds too dreamy to be true? It really isn’t that difficult to find a beach club here. There are various types of beach clubs in Bali – from crazy parties to family-friendly relaxing vibes, you just need to know where to go. La Brisa with a special kids menu and Mrs Sippy with saltwater pools and specific kids’ time are our go-to options with kids.
4. Get Adventurous in Your Villa
To help you get around, we can arrange a driver and an air-conditioned taxi complete with the right car seat to get your family exploring all of the above spots. Our helpful front desk team can help you plan your excursions to the ‘T’. In the villa, we can arrange pool fences and pool toys for the kids’ safety and enjoyment. We know from experience that kids love spending hours in the pool splashing around or floating on gigantic floaties. We also have a small library with books and games to keep the family engaged as a whole or let the kids war among themselves. Our chefs boast a special kids menu that consists of healthy food masked as fun foods. The kids will be happily chugging freshly squeezed juices and wolfing down deliciously cooked eggs with nasi goreng. A plate of spaghetti bolognaise, the international crowd pleaser will be licked clean in under 5 minutes. Guaranteed!