Hide and Seek Playground (Jl.Sunset Road No. 239, Second Floor, Kuta) is a kid’s play zone and birthday party place in Kuta. This is a fun play center for kids, from toddlers up to pre or young teens. There are playrooms for kids of different ages, including one just for toddlers. The playground has a café on the premises where parents can order in from the sushi restaurant downstairs. They can reserve a room for a birthday party for an extra charge, but you need to bring cake and food yourself. Hours are Monday-Tuesday from 9:30 am to 6 pm, Wednesday-Sunday from 9.30 am – 8 pm. Admission is IDR 85,000 during the week or IDR 95,0000 on weekends. For more information and birthday party prices, call them on 081999 622 300 or email at





Mini Mighty Muncher (Jl. Raya Anyar No. 818A, Kerobokan) is a catering and delivery company making food just for babies and kids. They make organic, healthy meals and can deliver to most areas in Bali. Food is made daily, from scratch. Started in 2015, Mini Muncher was set up by Mum Silvija Rumiha, who had moved to Bali and was having trouble finding healthy, organic food for her children. She started offering baby food, but soon expanded her business into a range of kid meals, snacks, bars and salads. They can cater for any dietary requirements, including gluten, wheat or dairy free. Mini Muncher also offers a healthy school lunch delivery program. Mini Muncher is part of the Zero Waste Bulk Food Store in Kerobokan. The shop is open 8 am to 5 pm daily. Check out their menu and order online at You can also order via the GoJek (GoFood) app.




Bali’s Best Babysitting is a company that offers nannies and babysitters for travelling (or local) families, all of whom have extensive experience in working with Western children. For families coming to Bali who want to have someone look after their children, this service offers trained, experienced professionals who happen to love kids and will keep them occupied and entertained with activities and outings. Each nanny is police-checked, trained in First Aid & CPR and knows how to swim. If you check the reviews on the website, you can tell that the service has a lot of repeat clients. Their office is open daily from 7 am to 7.30 pm. For more information and prices, contact them on +62 0812 3795 3463 or email on



Villa Kitty (Jl. Ambarawati No.1 No.320, Lodtunduh) is a non-profit near Ubud, that has been rescuing, caring for and re-homing Bali cats since 2011. Villa Kitty runs a program called Every Child Deserves a Kitten that educates Balinese kids and their families about animals and their welfare. Each month, Villa Kitty vets travel to the SOS Children’s Village in Tabanan to do monthly checks, de-worm and give vaccines to kittens adopted by the children, who previously could not afford a cat due to poverty. There are many ways to help support the work of Villa Kitty: make a donation, adopt a kitten or cat, volunteer as a cat-petter or help with fostering young kittens. Bring your kids to cuddle and play with the cats and kittens on Sundays. Villa Kitty cooks up a big staff and visitor lunch at noon and everyone is welcome to join them, and stay on to help after with the furry residents. You can also assist by becoming one of Villa Kitty’s foster carers and looking after young kittens until they can be neutered and given to a loving home. You can foster even if you are only in Bali for a short time. This is a great way for kids to learn how to care for and bond with animals. For more information, email Villa Kitty on or call +6282147944216 or +6281246928317.



Dream Museum Zone (DMZ) (Jl. Nakula No. 33X, Legian) is a 3D Trick Art gallery that features huge, three-dimensional murals painted by both Korean and local artists. You can travel around the world – from Venice to Egypt to the Amazon – while never leaving the gallery. Some of the murals show famous ruins or well-known archeological sites, such as Bali’s Tanah Lot Temple. Kids can strike a pose while appearing to be chased by a dinosaur or flying on a magic carpet, and they can even have their photos printed onto T-shirts as a souvenir. There is a small café that serves snacks and bubble tea. Tickets are USD $25 for adults and USD $20 for children. Kids under three enter free. The gallery is open daily from 9 am to 10 pm. For more information, call +62 0361 849 6220.



Tony Raka Gallery and Art Lounge in Mas (Jalan Ray Mas No 86) offers an ongoing series of monthly art activities on Sundays for kids. Children get to join real, working artists – hands-on – to make their own memorable piece of art and have fun in the process. Past classes have featured slime making and creating robots from recycled materials. Classes cost 200,000-250,000, which includes materials and a special kid meal afterwards. Contact the Tony Raka Gallery on +62 0361 7816785 for information on upcoming classes. Bookings are essential.

The gallery will feature children’s string art from past classes in an upcoming exhibit, How Long Is A Piece of String. The show opens Sunday 16 December and runs until Saturday 23 December. The gallery is open daily 10 am – 5 pm. The opening reception will be on Sunday 16 December from 4pm – 6 pm. Everyone, big and small, is welcome at the opening and the show.