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Re­nais­sance Bali Uluwatu Re­sort & Spa

This re­sort in Uluwatu has been ce­ment­ing its sta­tus as a fun-filled des­ti­na­tion since it opened last year. A large part of it has to do with the fact that it pro­vides com­pli­men­tary ac­cess to the Tree House Kids Club for chil­dren who are four to 11 years old, and of­fers dif­fer­ent themes each day.

Mon­day is ded­i­cated to the pur­suit of arts so kids can paint, take part in an art & craft class, or learn clay mak­ing. Wa­ter ac­tiv­i­ties, in­clud­ing a swim­ming contest, and other pool and wa­ter games hap­pen on Tues­day. Wed­nes­day is Bali Day, when kids play dress up, dance or en­joy a sto­ry­telling ses­sion. They can also ex­plore na­ture through gar­den­ing or a pic­nic. Juice mak­ing takes place on Thurs­day. Fri­day is all about sports, Satur­day will make an ad­ven­turer out of any kid, and Sun­day is about em­pow­er­ing the kids with fun com­pe­ti­tions, such as danc­ing and dress up.

Chil­dren are wel­come to or­der from any of the dishes in the din­ing out­lets. The chefs will make the por­tion in half sizes (and at half the price), whether it’s the in­ter­na­tional fare at Clay Craft or beach club nosh at Roost­er­fish Beach Club, your chil­dren will savour delecta­bles like Crispy Soft Shell Crab Soft Buns, Baked Spinach and Ri­cotta Can­nel­loni or Dukkah Spiced Haloumi Salad. Jalan Pan­tai Balan­gan 1 No.1, Un­gasan, Bali. Tel: +62 361 2003588

The Westin Re­sort Nusa Dua, Bali

The Westin Fam­ily pro­gram is avail­able for all young guests of the five-star prop­erty. As one of Bali’s most fam­ily-friendly re­sorts, the beach­front es­tab­lish­ment of­fers a spa­cious out­door play­ground that en­cour­ages ex­plo­ration, a 12-me­tre pool wa­ter­slide and in­te­grated ac­tiv­i­ties.

If you want to give your lit­tle ones a taste of Ba­li­nese cul­ture, en­roll them in a one-hour tra­di­tional Ba­li­nese game­lan mu­sic ses­sion or have them work with marigolds and other lo­cal flow­ers to make a Ba­li­nese of­fer­ing. Kite fly­ing, wall climb­ing and kids yoga are also avail­able for the ac­tively in­clined.

Lit­tle gourmets will be thrilled to join the Fam­ily Sushi Mak­ing Class at Ham­abe Ja­panese Restau­rant. The re­sort chef will guide them to pre­pare sushi rice and roll maki. Al­ter­na­tively, head to Prego Ital­ian Restau­rant for an authen­tic Ital­ian pizza mak­ing with res­i­dent Ital­ian chef, Alessan­dro Molini. Molini will share his tricks to bak­ing a good pizza ev­ery Wed­nes­day and Fri­day. Kawasan Pari­wisata Nusa Dua BTDC Lot N-3, Nusa Dua, Bali.

Tel: +62 361 771906.

The kids club is care­fully de­signed and equipped with plenty of fa­cil­i­ties.

Slide down the Tree House Kids Club.

Soft fur­nish­ings in vi­brant colours cre­ate a safe haven for the chil­dren.

The chil­dren’s favourite slide at the out­door play­ground

Learn how to make a tasty Spicy Tuna Roll.

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