Bali is the perfect family holiday destination, with stunning beaches, lush greenery and activities for the kids. This island is a true paradise for little ones, offering plenty of fun activities to keep them busy all day long. Bali has something for everyone, from outdoor adventures to indoor playgrounds.
The water park is located on an area of 4 hectares and has about 100 attractions, including 10 different water slides, a children's area, badminton, a volleyball court, table tennis, a climbing wall and much more.
The entire attraction in the water park complies with international safety standards, and the water is naturally purified by sea salt, without the addition of chemical cleaning agents, which guarantees the health and safety of visitors.
For those who want to relax, the water park also has a spa center where you can enjoy Balinese massages, take mineral or aromatic baths, and rejuvenate seaweed wraps.
But Waterbom is not only a place for fun and relaxation, there are also many shops and restaurants where you can grab a bite to eat between water slides and buy souvenirs. Tickets are $36 for adults and $24 for children. You can also purchase a "family package" of 2 adults + 2 children for $113. The ticket price does not include spa, bar and restaurant services, but you can pay for them using a deposit system that can be spent inside the water park and returned the unused amount at the exit.
This is an outdoor adventure park that offers a variety of activities for both children and adults. The park has six trails of varying difficulty levels, with a total of 72 challenges, including rope bridges, flying foxes and Tarzan swings. The trails are designed for different age groups, from children aged 4 years to adults.
The park is equipped with 7 routes for flights, designed for different levels of visitors. There are tracks with a low level of difficulty for children, and there is an increased difficulty - a real adrenaline rush for the daredevils. You can choose which tracks to ride on your own. There are growth restrictions. In addition to trails, the park also has suspension bridges, spider nets and bungee jumping. Everyone will find entertainment to their taste here.
The cost of visiting depends on the start time of the attraction and advance booking.
Bali Safari and Marine Park is a world-class attraction that offers a unique interactive wildlife experience where you can watch animals live in natural settings. The park features more than 80 species of animals, including tigers, elephants and Komodo dragons living in their natural habitat. Visitors can also take part in various animal shows and activities such as elephant and camel rides, animal feeding and fire dance performances.
On the territory of the park, you can watch hippos while swimming, pet a rhinoceros and even look into a lion's bed. The park also has an aquarium area with fresh and sea water, where you can get acquainted with the richness of the fauna. There are also attractions for every taste and age. There is a water park, an amusement park, a theater, a hotel with bungalows and restaurants. The park also offers its visitors other entertainment such as traditional Balinese theater with national dances and environmental programs.
Peekaboo Playland is an indoor playground located in Sanur, Bali. Divided into 2 parts: indoor and outdoor. The total area is 1000 m2. There is a cafe where you can have a bite to eat and feed the child, there are also high chairs. Free WiFi.
It has a soft play area, a ball pit and various interactive games, making it an ideal place for young children. The play area also has a café serving a variety of snacks and drinks, making it a great place for parents to relax while their kids play. Visiting prices: 85,000 rupees - a child and 1 adult; 25,000 rupees - additional adult; 700,000 rupees - subscription for a child and 1 adult for 10 visits. 1 visit lasts 3 hours.
The Tegallalang Rice Terrace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers scenic and cultural experiences for families with children. The Rice Terrace is a series of terraced rice fields that have been in use for over 2,000 years, providing a glimpse into traditional Balinese agriculture.
Since the place is visited, the infrastructure is well developed here. Right next to the terraces there are several cafes and restaurants serving local or European cuisine. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll through the rice fields, take photos, and even try their hand at planting rice.
Bali Bird Park is a bird sanctuary with over 1,000 birds of 250 different species. The park offers a unique opportunity for children to get up close and personal with birds from all over the world, including parrots, eagles and hornbills.
Visitors can also take part in various bird shows and activities, such as feeding the birds and watching predator shows. Tourists have the opportunity not only to see birds, but also to hold them in their hands and take photos.
Looking for unusual things to do in Bali with kids? Visit the Bali Zoo for an exotic collection of flora and fauna. Here you can see orangutans, elephants, African lions and countless other wildlife. There are also a number of interactive animal shows where you can watch the animals being fed.
There is a package payment system - that is, you can choose which services you are interested in and pay only for them.
Bali Equestrian Center is an equestrian center that offers a wide range of activities for children and adults. The center has a riding school where children can learn the basics of riding, as well as a stable with over 30 horses and ponies. Visitors can also take part in horse riding tours, which offer a scenic and unique way to experience the Bali countryside.
Balinese dance is a traditional art form that has been passed down from generation to generation in Bali. Balinese dance classes with experienced teachers provide children with a unique opportunity to experience Balinese culture and express themselves through movement. Classes usually cover a range of dance styles, including the popular legong dance, and are suitable for children of all ages.
The Turtle Conservation and Breeding Center (TCEC) has been working since January 2006 for the conservation of this endangered animal species. The center is supported by the World Wildlife Fund WWF, the Governor of Bali and ordinary local residents. In the center you can get acquainted with the methods of conservation and breeding of turtles, see eggs and newly hatched turtles, take part in the ceremony of releasing turtles into the sea.
You can also take a turtle under patronage. For 100,000 rupees, you will be issued a Center certificate, you can visit your pet at any time and release the turtle yourself into the sea when the time comes.