Bali Plus - - KIDS ZONE -

There are sev­eral chil­dren friendly beaches, and even beach clubs who will cater to our lit­tle trea­sures with all lux­u­ri­ous needs close by.


This beach has a won­der­ful prom­e­nade that stretches for kilo­me­tres, al­low­ing for strolls with prams or even gen­tle cy­cling, dot­ted with restau­rants and ho­tels. The beaches are white sand and per­fect for wad­ing, snor­kel­ing and su­per­vised swim­ming. There are some sport cen­tres that rent equip­ment as well as or­ga­nize lessons, if de­sired.


This trendy beach club is hid­den among tow­er­ing lime­stone cliffs over­look­ing 180 me­tres of white sand. En­try is IDR 300,000 per adult and IDR 50,000 for kids aged 3-11 and set against food & bev­er­ages. Re­lax on deck chairs and bean bags or en­joy water sports, beach vol­ley­ball and a tan­ta­liz­ing se­lec­tion at the shack-style restau­rant.

Jl. Pan­tai Se­la­tan Gau, Ban­jar Wi­jaya Kusuma Un­gasan Ph: +62 361 8482 111 www.sun­days­beach­


This beach curves cre­at­ing a la­goon feel, and is the throes of com­plet­ing its prom­e­nade, al­low­ing for strolls with prams or even gen­tle cy­cling, dot­ted with restau­rants and ho­tels. This beach is per­fect for wad­ing, snor­kel­ing and su­per­vised swim­ming. When the tide is out there is hours of fun search­ing in the rock pools. There are some trees on the beach also of­fer­ing shade as well as sunbeds for hire, and sport cen­tres that rent equip­ment for ac­tiv­i­ties as well as or­ga­nize lessons, if de­sired.


A lot of water sports are of­fered in this area, just next to Nusa Dua. The beach is clean and the sea calm and mostly flat due to the reef break be­ing fur­ther out. You can water ski, para­sail, snorkel, jet­ski, wind­surf etc in this area. This is also a ho­tel and resort area, so there are many restau­rants with a mul­ti­tude of cuisines to pick from, most be­ing kid friendly.


Housed within an open-sided bam­boo ed­i­fice, Pasir Putih wel­comes walk-in vis­i­tors as well as guests of the tented Men­jan­gan Dy­nasty Resort at Banyuwedang Bay in North­west Bali. En­joy all-day din­ing, beach­side swim­ming or have fun kayak­ing, ca­noe­ing and pad­dle board­ing in the calm turquoise sea.

Desa Pe­jarakan, Gerokgak, Kabu­paten Bule­leng, Bali | Ph: +62 361 753300 | info@men­jan­gan­dy­ |­jan­gan­dy­


On the road to Balan­gan beach, this re­lax­ing Latin-Amer­i­can style café fea­tures pos­i­tive vibes, a non-pre­ten­tious at­mos­phere, de­li­cious food & cakes and the best cof­fee you’ll ever have in Bali. Come by and hang out, meet with friends, do some work or just grab-and-go, this cafe is a def­i­nite must-try if you’re in the neigh­bour­hood.

Jl. Pan­tai Balan­gan, Jim­baran, Kuta Sel. Bali | Ph: 0812-38-10-9228 / 0812-468221-88 | la­pa­sion­


On a more se­ri­ous note, BIMC Hos­pi­tal cen­trally lo­cated be­tween all the tourist ar­eas, can pro­vide cares the whole fam­ily, and es­pe­cially lit­tle ones, for all pos­si­ble med­i­cal at­ten­tion. This is a western style hos­pi­tal with a mul­ti­lin­gual body of staff and sup­ports in­sur­ance and/or emer­gency as­sis­tance com­pa­nies with ease. If pos­si­ble do make an ap­point­ment or if not, am­bu­lances are an op­tion.

T. +62361 761263 open 24 hours.

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