Bali Family Holidays

The Indonesian island of Bali is a super-fun, family friendly holiday destination that’s packed with adventure, awe-inspiring sites of nature and the most incredible cultural experiences. Almost Asia in microcosm, you’ll find lush green rice terraces, smoking volcanoes, picture-postcard temples, idyllic, palm-fringed beaches and tea plantations. There are also a range of fun activities on land and in the sea to keep kids of all ages occupied and excited, from scuba diving to soaking in a waterfall, exploring the jungle to discovering ancient water palaces and temples.

There are some awesome hotels for families in Bali that are designed with the whole gang in mind and which have all the facilities to make every day on the resort a joy. From onsite kids clubs to large pools and water parks, you’ll find lots of family-pleasing hotels in the likes of Nusa Dua, Seminyak and Kuta. Some even have a deluxe spa for some head to toe pampering.

If you want a little luxury while on your Bali family holidays, then look no further than the Four Seasons Sayan, which has beautiful family suites that have separate kids bedrooms, two-tiered swimming pools and one of the best kids clubs in Bali. Click here to see prices and availability.

Another popular option for Bali family holidays is the Griya Santrian Beach Resort, which is right on the beach and has immaculate rooms that are big enough for families. This resort is also home to the Finns Recreation Club which is a boredom-busting wonderland of pools, a water park, tennis courts (and lessons), football pitch and bowling alley and a huge indoor trampoline area. There’s also a children’s playroom and a low-key selection of restaurants for the hungry kids.

There are so many amazing things to do on a Bali family vacation, and we’ve got plenty of ideas on our blog. But some of our top picks include scuba diving, climbing Mount Batur an active volcano, visiting Tegallalang rice terraces, seeing the Sacred Monkey Forest and enjoying the tropical Bird Park. If your teens are into their thrill seeking then you can take them white water rafting or ATV riding in the mountains of Ubud.

You can fly direct from Australia to Bali with kids, which makes it an ideal holiday destination for a quick trip or extended stay. There’s also a good choice of accommodation, from opulent family resort hotels to private villas and guest houses. Or you can travel around, backpacker-style, which is easy to do and suits most ages of kids. You can rent cars and drivers to explore at your own pace, or join a guided tour – which are great for older kids. If you prefer, there are also some excellent public buses and trains which cover most of the main routes.

Bali Family Holidays

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