Resort vacations are the best way to enjoy quality time with your family and put your feet up. Visiting locations that are bursting with vibrant wildlife and have an abundance of beaches with soft white sand will ensure you have the best family snaps to put on Instagram and boast to relatives. Indonesia has become a bustling tourist hotspot in recent years, as it has great cuisine, picturesque locations and plenty of resorts to kick back in.
Make the Most of the Outdoors
While you’re spending time with your children, you will want to show them the best that Bali has to offer in terms of wildlife. It also has tremendous waterfalls that really have to be seen to be believed. Tegenungan Waterfall, for example is located in an abundantly lush forest near Ubud. It’s a 15 meter drop and the water that tumbles from that height creates a tremendous roar, which is invigorating at any age. The strength of this water, however, means that it’s not one for standing under. This site gets quite busy, too, so expect plenty of crowds during tourist season.
Stay in a Villa
In your search for things to do in Bali, you may have come across plenty of pictures of the stunning villas that are on offer in the region. They are truly a better alternative to hotels as they grant you a bit of freedom with your schedule, which is essential when you have small children. Seminyak villas are ideal in this infamous beach resort area for guaranteeing spectacular views and a comfortable place to stay.
The gorgeous climate in Bali makes for the perfect location to enjoy an adventure park. In fact, you will find attractions such as the Bali Treetop Adventure Park, which is a thrill seeker’s best way to enjoy the outdoors. There are an abundance of challenges and obstacles, so you will easily lose a day to this. If your children aren’t a fan of heights, then Waterbom Bali provides its thrills in the form of water park rides.
Dance, Activities and Yoga
Unsurprisingly, Bali has attracted a lot of fitness gurus into its studios and temples, which means you will find yoga classes for small people too. You will also find trampolining parks, which are great for little ones who need to burn off some energy. If you want to watch traditional dances being performed, then Ubud Palace is your best bet, as it has regular schedules to browse through.
Giving your children a glimpse of the world outside of their own country is one of the best ways to enlighten them to new cultures and cuisines. Bali is such an experience of the senses that it makes for a fun and vibrant place to take small children. As well as cultural sites and events to see, there are plenty of traditional childhood activities (playgrounds and waterparks) to take them to when you need to burn off some energy.