Bali for Kids

Check out Bali’s Best Babysitting Facebook page and enter their competition to win prizes including free babysitting, free baby equipment hire, free family photo sessions, free baby food and free adventure journals. Bali’s Best Babysitting website is Follow links on the website for their Facebook page or do a search on Facebook for them. Entries open 31 August.


Tugu Respati at the Hotel Tugu offers an All You Can Eat Brunch for families every Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm. Buying the brunch package gives you access to their swimming pool, as well as an Arts & Crafts Corner for kids to keep them entertained. The hotel has been nominated for Bali’s Leading Boutique Hotel 2019 in the World Travel Awards. Hotel Tugu is located at Jalan Pantai Batu Bolong, Canggu Beach, Canggu. For bookings, email, call (0361) 473 1701 or visit




Mucky Pups is a play program by Park Life Bali for babies and toddlers that creates a messy but fun and safe environment for them to play in. Messy play helps young kids explore their developing senses and stirs their creativity to blossom. Kids get to play with colors, water, sand, play dough, jelly and goo! (All the messy stuff that kids secretly love and you hate to have smeared all over your walls and floors at home.) Play sessions will be held Mondays and Wednesdays in September, from 8.30 – 9.30 am. Each session costs IDR 150k, which includes access to the park and playground afterwards. Make sure to dress kids in old clothes that can get messy and bring a towel and a change of clothes for your child. Email or call +62 818 0511 3200 to reserve a spot.

Also at Park Life Bali is a Sunday Family Fun Day for the whole family. Come for breakfast at 8 am, then kids can join in face painting and jumping castle activities at 10 am. The day wraps up with a magic show at 5 pm and Happy Hour for the grownups. Park Life Bali is located at Jl Raya Uma Buluh No. 15, Canggu.


Paradiso Ubud will hold a Kids Yoga and Mindfulness Workshop on Sundays in September for kids 5 to 10 years old. The workshop runs from for an hour, starting at 3 pm. They also offer Capoeira classes for kids on Mondays and Thursdays in September, for an hour, starting at 4.30 pm.

Paradiso Ubud also shows movies on a big screen with comfortable seating and an extensive healthy vegan menu for ordering food. They have a good offering of children’s classic and new films, usually shown at 5 pm, so not too late for bedtime. Ticket prices are IDR 75k for adults and IDR 50k for children, IDR 25k of which can be spent on food from their delicious menu. Check out the list of upcoming movies on their website,

Paradiso Ubud is located on Jalan Gautama Seletan (just off Jalan Hanoman) in Ubud. Call for bookings on +62 812 3931 5346, email at or check out their Facebook page (Paradiso Ubud).


Art Geed Art is an art space and café set up by Balinese artist, Geed, in 2018. The studio offers painting and craft classes, as well as Bahasa Indonesian lessons and monthly special events, called ‘Creative Meet-Up” where everyone is welcome to come and make art all night long.

The studio offers a Small Artists Day on Saturdays at 2 pm. For a fee of IDR 50,000, kids will be given a canvas, paints and brushes to let their creativity and imagination run free. The fee includes a juice.

Art Geed offers Kids Craft classes every Sunday from 10 am to 12 pm. The IDR 50,000 fee includes gluten-free cookies from Made’s Banana Flour Company. Past classes have included slime making, pinwheel making and painting, finger painting and play dough making.

Call or WhatsApp the studio on +62 858 4713 0941 or message them through their Facebook page on Art Geed Art (@artgeedart)

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By Liz

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