Bali is one of the world’s most family-friendly places, drawing you in and making you want to come back again and again! Bali is a serene and spiritual destination with breathtaking views and a diversified landscape. There is enough to see and do in Bali for all types of families, from the rice terraces of Canggu to the rip-roaring surf of Ulawatu. And with its close geographical location, many Singaporeans find this island ideal for a perfect family getaway. Whether you want to relax at a Bali family resorts with a fantastic kids’ club or participate in a family yoga retreat, there’s something for everyone. So here’s a guide to travel in Bali with your kids.
Choose Nusa Dua Over Kuta if You Want Family Peace
If you’re wondering where to stay in Bali with kids, Nusa Dua, in the south of the island, is the best place to go. It’s home to many Bali five-star hotels and family-friendly beach resorts. Snorkeling, jet skiing, surfing, sailing, and glass-bottom boat trips are just a few of the activities available to children in these safe shallow seas. From here, you can travel to Jimbaran for sunsets, head to Seminyak to find restaurants and stroll around Kuta for shopping.
Stay in Bali Family Resorts for A Relaxing Holiday
Choosing where to stay in Bali is one of the secrets to creating the perfect family vacation in Bali. There are numerous areas to select from, with each of the top Bali locations having its own particular vibe. The popularity of family hotels and resorts in Bali is high. The Holiday Inn Bali Benoa is a wonderful choice for family resorts because of its family-friendly accommodations, facilities, and activities.
Always Choose Accommodation with Breakfast
Breakfast-included lodging might save you a lot of money, especially if you’re traveling with children. They’ll be set for the day if they eat pancakes, eggs, toast, and fruit. If you prefer a Balinese breakfast over a Western breakfast, most hotels provide both.
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Experience Spa with Kids in Your Family Resort
When was the last time you have spa? In some family resorts like the Holiday Inn, you can have mom & daughter or father & son spa package where you can indulge in relaxing massage and rejuvenate in clay masks with your little ones.
Play in Flamingo Beach Club
With wonderful meals, a swimming pool, and a little but amazing playground zone, it’s a favorite place to lounge around all day. Come on weekdays, and you’ll be able to enjoy the beach club more because it won’t be as crowded. The youngsters can ride gigantic flamingo floaties and slide down the pirate ship-themed playground. On the weekends, though, they have free face painting activities for the youngsters starting at 4 p.m. They also bring some species from the Balitopia Butterfly Park, which is located directly over the street. I’m quite sure they’re both run by the same people.
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Play in Waterbom Bali
Now, waterboms is quite a luxury for many Singaporean kids. You might have visited the Adventure Cove water park or the Wild Wild Wet, but nothing is like the Waterbom Park Kuta Bali. This giant water park is a fantastic spot for a family day out, featuring rides, slides, adventure, and leisure attractions for children and people of all ages. The entire complex is created and maintained to strict international safety standards, and includes major state-of-the-art tubing, matting, and body sliding thrills.
Waterbom’s ‘Bombastic Aquatic Playground,’ especially for kids aged 12 and under, is an interactive pool of fun where kids can have hours of fun, thrills, and spills in a fully supervised and safe setting.
Visit the Birds at Bali Bird Park
Bali’s Bird Park, which is lush with tropical plants and trees and home to over a thousand unusual and beautiful birds, has over 60 aviaries. The bird park is a great educational adventure for the whole family! Kids can see more than 250 species of birds in the Bird park—like Birds of paradise, kingfishers, hornbills, parrots, flamingos, peacocks, and the critically endangered Bali Starling—that cannot be easily found back in Singapore.