Conveniently located on Sunset Road in Seminyak, Lollipops Playland & Cafe offers plenty of fun for kids aged one to 12 years old. There's a toddler's area for the smaller ones, as well as a play area for those a little older. Giant slides, trampolines, ball pitts and an obstacle course with rock climbing wall promises hours of entertainment. There's also now an outdoor water play area, so don't forget to pack your swimsuits.
The place can get busy, especially on rainy days when parents are looking for something to occupy their children until the sun comes out again. All children need to wear socks and children under one can enter for free.
Lollipops is open seven days a week, as well as most public holidays, from 10 am until 10 pm.
The Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud is a popular tourist attraction and home to over 600 Macaque monkeys. Visitors can stroll along the path through the peaceful forest and watch monkeys climbing, playing and swinging about.
You can also buy bananas at the entrance to feed the monkeys, but take care as they're not shy and will often climb right up onto you or try and sneakily get in to your bag.
The Sacred Monkey Forest is open daily from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm.
To add a little cultural activity to your Bali visit, why not visit the sacred temple of Tanah Lot perched on a rock in the sea. Get there early to avoid the sunset crowds, and take a wander around the small shops, local warungs and market stalls.
The clifftop temple at Uluwatu is also worth a visit with the kids. With breathtaking ocean views, the temple is home to cheeky monkeys who aren't afraid to come up close visitors, so keep an eye on your little ones. A traditional Kecak dance performance is held every day at sunset, and is great entertainment for the whole family.
Let your inner pirate come alive at this exciting venue in Nusa Dua. Kids can have dinner in a tree house or a pirate ship, or spend a day pretending to be a pirate.
Their Pirate Camp packages offer different activities such as a treasure hunt, kite building and zip lining - perfect for keeping children entertained while parents take a break and enjoy dinner.
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A must-see for any visiting family is the Bali Safari Marine Park, located near Ubud. Children can ride camels and elephants, and have a photo taken with a baby lion orangutan. There's also a water park with fun slides, so remember to pack in your swimsuit and towel.
The park is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm and offers different ticket prices and packages.
The princess throne at Think Pink Nails is any little girl's dream. Perfect for a mother and daughter morning or afternoon, a little pampering session for teeny hands and feet is such a treat.
They also offer a complimentary driver service, where the Think Pink Nails car will collect you at your hotel or villa, take you to the salon for your appointment and then drop you back off again. Make sure to in inquire about this service when making your appointment.
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A firm family favorite, and with good reason, Waterbom in Kuta is easily accessible to holidaymakers. Boasting over 21 slides as well as water cannons, rafts and rides, Waterbom offers something for both young and old.
The park is set in 3.8 hectares of tropical gardens and is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm.
Another option for families staying in the Seminyak area is Cubby House Kids Club. Located at the luxurious Semara Resort & Spa, the kids club is also open to visitors and not only hotel guests.
A special package gets mum a relaxing massage at the blissful Semara Spa while the kids are entertained for two hours by helpful and friendly staff. A kids menu full of tasty and healthy options is also available.
Cubby House is open daily from 7 am to 10 pm.
Walk through tropical gardens as beautiful butterflies flit and flap all around you. Located about an hour and 15 minutes from Kuta, Taman Kupu Kupu is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the South. Children can not only get up and close and personal with butterflies, but also caterpillars and other creepy crawlies.
The Butterfly Park could be combined with a trip to Tanah Lot first, and costs around US$30 per family.
A little further away is the zip-lining park at Bali Treetop in Bedugul. Circuits for children as young as four years old are available, as well as a special adrenaline circuit for older children.
Whether it's fun in the sun, creative indoor activities or cultural outings, Bali offers something for visiting families with little ones.