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Bali makes a great place for a family holiday, but everyone needs a break from the kids every once in a while. Whether you just want to unwind for a couple of hours over cocktails or are planning a whole day excursion that’s not quite kid-friendly, here are a few childcare services in Bali that will leave you feeling reassured that your little ones are in safe hands. Babysitters and nannies in Bali: The Balinese are known for having a great attitude towards children, and, as can be expected on an island with such a reputation, there are plenty of babysitting services to choose from. First things first though, check to see if your hotel has an in-house babysitting service or a kids club. You will find that most of the big resorts offer something in the way of childcare and a kids club in your own hotel can be…

Happy wife = happy life right? Well, is there anything that makes the mama happier than a bunch of content and exhausted kids at the day’s end? Plan a stay at one of the best Seminyak family villas and ensure that the little ones stay entertained the entire length of your holiday in Bali. Villa Tiga Puluh With seven bedroom suites, Villa Tiga Puluh is large enough to accommodate two or three families travelling together. A room with twin beds is connected to a larger, queen-size bedroom, particularly nice for younger kids who need to be within easy reach to their parents. A 10-minute walk to Jalan Oberoi, aka ‘Eat Street’, this tucked-away villa is great for hosting BBQ cookouts, yoga retreats or other special events. Prices start at US$1,328 (low season), US$1,732 (high season) and US$2,079 (peak season) Book now Villa Arte Minimalist and airy in design, Villa Arte…

We know Seminyak is all about stunning sunsets, shopping and dining but are there any family-oriented places to take the kids for drinks and a meal? Yes, there are! Seminyak may be highly fashionable and sophisticated but she also loves your little cupcakes and cheeky little rascals – you just need to know where to go. We looked around and found 11 family cafes in Seminyak. Check them out below. Did you already find that perfect family villa to spend this Bali holiday with the kids? if not, you may want to check the Best family-friendly villas in Seminyak. 1. Dinner & traditional Balinese dance – Made’s Warung Made’s Warung started out as a small Indonesian street stall but it grew into a famous restaurant chain in Bali. The Seminyak dining venue is wonderfully spacious and the restaurant is quite an icon on Seminyak’s main street. Made’s Warung is a great…

Beautiful, exotic, safe and so many things to see and do, Bali is a paradise island for all! Families are not left out. In fact, Bali is great for families with kids! Wondering how you can make the best of your holiday in Bali with kids? Get inspired by these 6 awesome family activities: 1. Beach time: Go for a family surf lesson and explore the wondrous underwater world Family time at the beach is one of the best things to do in Bali! Kids can run around on the sandy shore with the wind in their hair, build sandcastles and swim in the sea. Parents can sit back, sip cocktails and watch the kids play. Ahh, life is good here in Bali, isn’t it? Why not go for a family surf lesson? The beach in Seminyak is perfect for beginners and there are plenty of cool surf teachers around…

Bali, with its beautiful beaches, rich culture and plentiful activities is a great place to take the family. But with so much variety, deciding on where to stay and what do can be a little overwhelming – especially when small children are involved. With that in mind, I have put together a quick itinerary that should give a good taster of all that Bali has to offer and help you narrow down your options. Here’s a Bali itinerary to spend 2 weeks on this island! Before you go: Make sure your passports and vaccinations are up to date and do not leave the country without first purchasing travel insurance. Packing essentials: Hand sanitiser/wipes – Bali may be beautiful, but it’s not always the cleanest place, especially for grubby little hands Thongs, swimmers, beach hats, sunscreen etc – it’s a tropical island, no explanation needed! Sarong(s) – if you haven’t owned…