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Bali Family Resorts with kids, Where To Stay & Best Things To do

Not all island destinations are as appealing to families as they are to backpackers and honeymooners. However, Bali is the ultimate all-arounder. The island of Indonesia offers an exciting escape with child-friendly Bali family resorts and beaches, affordable food, and adventure-loving landscapes. Why? Because you can bet your kids will make you promise to take them back.

Bali Family Resorts with kids, Where To Stay & Best Things To do

Bali Family Resorts, Surviving with Kids

When Mum is happy, Dad is happy, and the kids are happy. You understand why Bali is a top family vacation destination. 

Kid-Friendly Food

If you have to give up your hopes of seeing your children devour Bebek Betutu the same way they devour a McHappy meal. Don’t worry, most restaurants in Bali offer kids’ menus with familiar options like nuggets and spaghetti. 

Many of the more upscale places for kids are ideal for adults looking for something a little fancier. Indonesian staples for children include nasi goreng or campour and satay. They’ll be fine if they like fish and prawns. 

Nasi Goreng with fried egg, chicken and shrimp as closeup on a plate

in Seminyak, drinks are served in blood bags. The menu consists of burgers and fries, and the actors ham it up

The real surprise in Bali’s food is what’s available for sweet tooths. There are more eccentric bakeries and dessert salons than you can poke a macaron.

The best area for kids

Some Bali neighborhoods cater to families more than others, but it’s really a matter of personal preference. Before making a reservation, consider how much you’ll be doing and whether you’d prefer to travel by foot or car. Depending on traffic, most areas are within an hour to two hours of each other.

Nusa Dua

Nusa dua beach resorts with everything from kids’ clubs to waterslides ensure that you’ll never want to leave this upscale beachside area in Bali’s south. If pool time, room service, and waterfront sunsets are on your agenda, tucking your family into bed here will leave you with no regrets.

Bali family resorts in Nusa Dua offer comfort and luxury for you and your family. Complete facilities and various activities for children at Nusa Dua family resorts ensure that they feel at home during their vacation. 

bali family resorts in Nusa Dua


Aside from being Bali’s cultural and creative heart, Ubud is a natural wonderland, with activities ranging from whitewater rafting to quad-biking and rice paddie treks for active families. Water temples and galleries will appeal to more sophisticated children, while the Sacred Monkey Forest is universally adored.


With beach play, surfing, a waterpark, markets, and plenty of kid-friendly cafes, this hip surfing community beyond Seminyak appeals to both teens and small children. It’s difficult to get around on foot, and taxis are scarce, so budget for a private driver.

Best activities for young kids

Waterbom Bali, voted the best waterpark in Asia for 2018 by TripAdvisor users, has spills and thrills for all types of families. The 3.8ha park has something for everyone, from a relaxing lazy river and a kids’ fun park to adrenaline-pumping slides like the Pipeline and Twin Racer. A family of four with children under the age of 11 will pay around $150 to enter.

Splash Waterpark Bali at Finns Recreation Club in Canggu has six different waterslides and Super Fun Day passes for a family of four starts at around $176. This includes one-hour access to the on-site Bounce Bali trampoline park and Strike Ten Pin Bowling, as well as admission to Finn’s Beach Club.

Best activities for teens

Active teens will have plenty to do in Bali. From whitewater rafting on Bali’s sacred Ayung River to horseback riding on the black-sand Echo Beach. Kuda P Stables provides peaceful rice paddy, beach, and village horseback rides for children of all skill levels.

Beach summer vacation with child

Rip Curl School of Surf in Legian and Sanur offers surfing and stand-up paddleboard lessons to teens. They also have little ripper programs for children under the age of 13.

Bali Quad Discovery Tours in Ubud offers four-wheeling adventures through five different types of terrain, including jungle, rice paddies, muddy tracks, and villages, and children are welcome to ride as passengers.

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