There are so many things to do in Bali with kids from cultural to culinary and adventure activities. This is a comprehensive list of what to do in Bali with kids; from toddlers to teens. We haven’t done all of these family activities ourselves, yet. But, we hope it gives you some inspiration for creating your own fun itinerary for your family trip to Bali.
50+ of the Best Things to Do in Bali with Kids
One of the most popular tourist destinations in Southeast Asia for families, Bali promises an action-packed family holiday.
Kids of all ages will love their time on the island.
Whether they are spending the day at a beach, relaxing in the resort pool, or doing one of the many Bali adventure activities on offer, Bali is somewhere families return to again and again.
1. Spend the Morning at Waterbom Bali
One of the best things to do in Bali with kids, small children, and adults alike will love the water slides at Waterbom Bali in Kuta
Waterbom is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm (except Nyepi).
Try to set aside a full day for Waterbom, as there really is a lot to keep you entertained.
The best time to visit is of course from opening until lunchtime or during the afternoon to avoid the harsh midday sun.
Also, remember not to book a big night out with the kids after a visit to this water park as they should be pretty tired after a long day in the Bali heat.
2. Go to the Bali Bird Park
The Bali Bird Park is home to 1300 birds from 250 species. Wander the park, pose with a macaw, or watch a live show.
You may also get to see a Komodo Dragon during your visit.
The Bali Bird Park is about 25 minutes from Ubud, Sanur, or Denpasar and about 50 minutes from Seminyak, Canggu, or Nusa Dua.
The park is open daily from 9 am to 5 30 pm. Tickets are about AUD$42($US27.50 each) and you’ll need about 2 to 3 hours to explore.
3. Try Some Fun Water Sports
Spending the day trying out different water sports is a fun activity for the whole family.
Nusa Dua Water Sports activities range from jet skiing to parasailing and snorkeling
4. Visit the Kuta Art Market
No trip to the island is complete without a visit to at least one Bali market. The Kuta Art Market is pretty iconic.
It’s a great place to wander around and pick up some Bali souvenirs.
This is also the best way to practice your haggling skills and bargain the price down.
Open 7 am to 8 pm.
5. Do a Seminyak Eat Street Food Tour
Feast on Bali’s best street food with a Seminyak Eat Street tour.
Try a traditional Soto Ayam, Babi Guling, and Joss Milk (a local energy drink) among other local favorites while learning about Indonesian food traditions and the influences from the rest of the region.
This is a nighttime tour so would best suit families with older children or teens (children under 6 not permitted).
There are also no ‘kids meals’ provided so they will have to have an adventurous palette.
6. Experience an Iconic Tanah Lot Sunset
You’ll need to plan your visit to Tanah Lot as it will take about half a day including the drive and exploring.
Tanah Lot is about an hour’s drive from Ubud or 1.5 hours from Kuta. You’ll want to spend 1 – 2 hours there.
Tanah Lot is open from 7 am to 5 pm ever y day. Foreigners cannot enter the temple itself. But, most enjoy visiting the temple at dusk to capture an iconic Tanah Lot sunset photo.
If you are doing a sunset tour or visit, book into one of these Canggu restaurants or a beach club for dinner afterward.
The sun sets at about 6 pm in Bali, so you should get the kids to dinner by about 7. 30 pm.
7. Spend the Day at a Bali Day Spa
Day spas are synonymous with the relaxing family holidays offered in Bali.
No matter what part of the island you stay on you will be able to find a great Bali day spa to spend a morning.
We love booking into a day spa on a rainy afternoon. It’s a lovely way to spend some time relaxing and you don’t feel like you are missing any of the outdoor activities Bali has to offer.
Some popular Bali day spas are:
- Bodyworks in Seminyak (read our full guide on things to do in Seminyak)
- Gold Dust, Tonic, and Amo Spa in Canggu (read more on things to do in Canggu)
- Spa at Fivelements in Ubud (read our full guide on things to do in Ubud Bali)
8. Do a Balinese Cooking Course
There are so many ways to do a cooking course in Bali. Most hotels offer adds ons like an onsite cooking course.
There are also lots of half-day tours or full-day tours that include Balinese cooking courses.
9. Visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
Visitors to the Ubud Monkey Forest walk a pathway through the 30-acre forest to view the four temples on-site.
They include Pura Dalem or a temple to worship Lord Shiva, Holy Water Temple, and Cremation Temples.
They also see the statues, and of course, see some of the more than 600 monkeys that live in the monkey forest.
The monkeys in the monkey forest are not shy. They will and do climb on visitors (one of the reasons this isn’t my favorite tourist activity).
There are specific guidelines outlined on the Sanctuary website to follow when interacting with the monkeys.
I wouldn’t recommend you to visit the park with young children.
10. Visit the Ubud Art Market
The Ubud Art Market is a fun family activity in the Ubud town center. The permanent market is the perfect place to buy a few Bali souvenirs.
The Ubud Art Market is open from 10 am to 5 pm most days.
11. Watch an Ubud Palace Legong Dance Performance
Once the residence of the royal family, the Ubud Palace hosts dance performances on its grounds nightly.
A wonderful thing to do with kids in Ubud, the cultural performances are beautiful and entertaining.
Legong and Barong dances are held on different nights with all shows scheduled to start at around 7.30 pm.
Tickets are about IDR 100,000 each.
Make sure you arrive at least 30 minutes early to get a seat as they get very busy during peak season.
12. Try Some Tasty Babi Guling
Try traditional Babi Guling or suckling pig. One of the best-known Bali street food options, the slow-roasted pig is served at some street food restaurants and warungs.
It is also made by Balinese locals for special occasions or gatherings.
If you are in Ubud, the most convenient place to try Babi Guling is at Warung Ibu Oka on Jalan Tegal Sari.
This is not a fine dining experience. You will be eating outside with the locals. Expect a plate of suckling pork with vegetables, sides, and sauces.
Better yet, ask the locals where they recommend you try Babi Guling in a more traditional (less touristy) setting.
13. Go White Water Rafting in Ubud
Older children might like to go white water rafting. I was very pumped up to try white water rafting while visiting Ubud.
While it wasn’t completely still, there weren’t many rapids to speak of which could make it a great family activity in Ubud.
Spending the morning rafting down the famous Ayung River in Ubud is such a great way to experience Bali in a whole new and exciting way.
I went with Mega Rafting but there are a number of companies that offer white water rafting tours in Ubud.
14. Take a Bali VW Tour
A VW tour was a super fun way to get around Bali.
I was traveling with a group from Kuta to Bali, so we drove in convoy through the busy streets of Kuta and watched as the scenery changed, becoming awash with green as we made our way to the jungle in Ubud.
This is a super fun thing to do in Bali with kids who don’t need car seats (so about 7 years and up). Children under 2 aren’t permitted.
There are full-day tours that will take you up to Mount Batur and through local villages.
15. Do a Bali Yoga Class
Bali yoga classes are the stuff of yogi dreams. From the whimsical setting of Desa Seni in Seminyak to flows on the cliffs in Uluwatu, and classes at the iconic Yoga Barn in Ubud. There is a setting to roll out your mat that will suit any yoga starter.
While a Bali yoga class probably wouldn’t be suitable for young kids, older children would definitely enjoy the experience.
Make sure you call the studio you are hoping to drop into first to enquire about any age minimums.
For those staying at family-friendly Bali hotels, there are often very inclusive classes scheduled for the morning.
You could always consider booking a private yoga class for the whole family with a local instructor too.
16. Take a Scenic Bali Cycling Tour
A Bali cycling tour will be a highlight of any family trip to Bali.
We did a downhill bike tour in Bali from Ubud.
Starting our day by drinking coffee with a view over Mount Batur we wound our way around through local villages, and rice fields and enjoyed a traditional Balinese lunch.
This type of tour would suit families with kids from about 10 years and up.
The cycling itself is not difficult and mostly downhill.
But, there were sections (like winding through the dirt roads behind villages or navigating the rice paddies that were a little tricky.
17. Visit a Bali Tourism Village
One of the best things to do in Bali with kids has to be to visit a Bali ‘tourism village’.
While a trip to Bali with kids can often mean time spent in waterparks, resorts, and restaurants, visiting a local village is a unique way to experience the Balinese culture.
A few of the ‘tourism villages’ in Bali are:
- Tenganan Pegringsingan Tourism Village (East Bali)
- Carangsari Village (Ubud)
- Mas Wood Carving Village (near Ubud)
Hire a private driver and visit some of the small tourist villages or book a full tour.
Expect to pay a donation on entry to the villages.
It is important to ensure you remain respectful of the village locals and their customs so please remember to dress modestly too.
And, don’t forget to buy some of their wares or souvenirs to support the village.
18. Tour the Green School Ubud Campus
Fascinated by the award-winning Green School in Ubud?
Why not take a tour and let the kids see the differences between this amazing open-air, bamboo-constructed campus and their own schools back home?
Warning: your kids may want to relocate to Bali once they’ve seen this wonderful campus up close.
For those interested in a more sustainable model of architecture, this offers a bit of an educational experience too.
Bookings for Green School Tours require bookings and aren’t offered year-round. So, contact their office directly when planning your family trip to Bali to secure a spot.
The campus gets very humid so dress accordingly and take hats and water bottles.
This tour isn’t suitable for prams or people with mobility restrictions.
19. Do a Mount Batur Sunrise Hike
If you are visiting Bali with kids who are a bit older, a Mount Batur sunrise hike is an amazing family activity.
This hike is not for the unfit or for small children. You will start hiking in the dark to make it to the viewing point at the sunrise breaks.
So, if you are a fit family with teenagers this could be the perfect Bali activity.
There are lots of operators offering Mount Batur sunrise hikes – some in combination with hot springs visits or breakfast.
20. Do an Instagram Photo Tour
Want to build up your Bali Instagram highlight reel?
Book a Bali photography tour. You can tick off all of those must-visit Bali sites and snap away.
This full-day Bali tour is a great way to cover a lot of Bali tourist sites very quickly if you only have a few days on the island.
Expect to cover some of Bali’s best Instagram spots like Lempuyang Temple the Gates of Heaven and the Inst-famous Jungle Swing.
This tour would suit pre-teens and above as there is a lot of walking and some rocky terrain.
21. Learn to Surf in Bali
A haven for surfers from around the world Bali welcomes beginner to expert board riders.
There are many places to learn to surf in Bali.
Padang Padang Beach right (up the coast from Uluwatu), Kuta, and Canggu are some of the best places to learn to surf.
But, there are surf schools and surf camps in Bali all over the island.
This is one of the best things to do in Bali with kids who can swim confidently.
The whole family can get involved. Book a group class or a private surf lesson just for your family.
Spend the morning in the surf and the afternoon recovering at one of Bali’s beach clubs.
22. Visit Some Incredible Bali Waterfalls
Visit some of Bali’s famous waterfalls for an adventurous day out in Bali with kids.
Whether you do a mini-waterfall tour with a private guide or add on a visit to one of two of Bali’s most beautiful waterfalls, this really is a lovely way to see a different side of Bali.
These are a few of the most popular Bali waterfalls to visit:
Gitgit waterfall is probably the most famous Bali waterfall.
It takes about 2 hours to get to Gitgit waterfall from Seminyak, so get on the road early to beat the crowds. This is a popular tourist attraction.
Tegenungan Waterfall is in Tegenungan Kemenuh village, south of Ubud, and is often added to any Ubud tour itinerary (or request it).
It costs a couple of dollars to enter and extra for lockers, toilets, and parking.
They are open from 6.30 am til 6 pm.
Try to visit first thing in the morning or early evening to avoid the harsh sun and the crowds. These are one of the busiest waterfalls in Bali.
There are almost 200 steps to climb at this waterfall, so this is an activity to fit, mobile kids.
Tukad Cepung Waterfall
About an hour from Sanur or just over an hour from Ubud, Tukad Cepung Waterfall is in East Bali.
A unique cave-style waterfall, book a day tour to visit Tukad Cepung Waterfall.
If you are staying in Sanur, you could ask to visit the Tegenungan Waterfall on the way through as well.
This Bali day tour includes a visit to an Insta-famous Bali Swing, rice terraces, a tourist village, and a coffee plantation as well. So, it’s a good way to tick off some Bali must-dos in a day if you are short on time.
23. Spend the Day at a Bali Beach Club
Bali Beach clubs have come a long way in the last couple of decades.
They are now highly curated mega catering to the entire family. You can safely plan to spend an entire day at a Bali beach club.
Many have pools, dining, bars, and endless entertainment options for both adults and kids.
24. Go Snorkelling off the Nearby Islands
The dry season in Bali (May to October) offers calmer waters for snorkeling and diving.
If you have the time in your Bali itinerary, consider a day trip to Nusa Penida or Nusa Lembongan to snorkel.
25. See a Devdan Show
Another great cultural activity to do on your Bali family vacation is to see a Devdan Show.
A fun way for older children to experience the Balinese culture, a Devdan Show is a live stage performance.
You can see a Devdan show at the Nusa Dua Theatre a few nights a week.
Tickets include complimentary transfers to the show from Nusa Dua.
26. Visit the Bali Safari Park
Showcasing more than 1000 animals, if you like animal parks, this may be something you are keen to explore.
Visitors can get up close to elephants, tigers, and more than 120 species of animals.
The park also offers a cultural Agung Show.
27. Get Wet at Splash Waterpark
Splash Waterpark at Finns Recreation Club in Canggu is filled with water slides, an aqua playground, and amenities to fill your family’s day.
With a designated Splash playground for young children and plenty of slightly hairier slides for older children and adults, there is something to keep the whole family entertained.
Swim vests can be hired for the day and towels and sun loungers are included in your ticket.
Covered cabanas and days beds can be booked at an extra cost.
28. Swim with Manta Rays
Get up close and personal on a swim with Manta Rays. The majestic mantas can be found all year round in Bali.
Book a snorkeling day tour that includes stops at Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan for the best chance at a sighting.
Recommended for children 5 years and older.
29. Go Trampolining at Bounce Bali
One of the best things to do in Bali on a rainy day, Bounce Bali is an indoor trampoline center elevated.
Located inside Finn’s Recreation Club, Bounce is also air conditioned should you need to cool off after a morning in the Bali humidity.
Open 10 am to 8 pm Sunday to Thursday and 10 am to 9 pm Friday and Saturday.
30. Go Horse Riding
There are so many options for horse riding in Bali, these days. From sunrise to sunset rides, beach or mountain, there are Bali horse riding tours aplenty.
However, if your kids aren’t proficient riders, start with a riding lesson. This is a truly unique thing to do in Bali with kids.
The Bali Equestrian Centre is a world-class facility that offers private lessons and group lessons, pony rides, and even pony riding camps for children.
31. Attend the Bali Kite Festival
If you are visiting Bali in August, add the Bali Kite Festival to your itinerary.
This annual celebration sees hundreds of giant kites take to the sky above the east coast of Padanggalak, just north of Sanur.
There are a number of events including local youth competitions as part of the Bali Kite Festival.
But, the main days are the 26th to the 28t of August as part of the Sanur Village Festival.
The beloved spectacle is held annually with kite-flying a tradition to thank the Gods for a rich harvest.
This is absolutely one of the most unique things you can do in Bali and the kids will love it.
32. Let the Kids Get Their Hair Braided
Is there anything that screams ‘Bali holiday’ more than kids with their hair braided?
There are little braiding stalls at most markets and plenty of hawkers around offering their braiding services.
The prices vary and may depend on how good your negotiating skills are.
But, if you think your kids can sit still long enough, this is always a favorite Bali activity for kids.
33. Go Ten Pin Bowling
A great idea when it rains in Bali, take the whole family bowling.
Located at Finns Recreation Club in Canggu, book a lane at Strike Ten Pin Bowling.
For about IDR95,000 per person, enjoy a little healthy competition and some snacks afterward. Suitable for ages 3 and up.
34. Go Shopping at the Factory Outlets
If your teenagers are mad for surfwear and keen to go shopping, head to the Bali factory outlets for some affordable retail therapy.
There are a number of shopping outlets in Bali, from Kuta to Seminyak, Ubud, Legian, and Denpasar.
You’ll find brands like Nike, Levis, Rip Curk, Oakley, and 69 Slam (my hubby’s favorite board shorts).
Check with your hotel for the outlets closest to your hotel. Then, if you are really keen you could still book a driver for a morning of shopping.
35. Spend the day at a Kids Club
I highly recommend you choose a family resort in Bali with a kids club. I mention a few here.
The beauty of visiting Bali with kids is that many hotels cater to children as well as adults, so kids’ clubs are part of the package.
With anything from in-house splash parks to arts, crafts, and cultural activities, there is so much to entertain young children at a kids club during their holiday.
This will leave you more time to explore the local area or check in to a spa for some time out.
36. Eat Fish on Jimbaran Beach
Eating with your feet in the sand on Jimbaran Beach is a Bali must-do for first-timers.
Jimbaran Beach is about a 20-minute drive from Kuta or Seminyak (depending on traffic).
The Jimbaran Beach cafes all sit on the sand along the beach with outdoor tables on the sand so visitors can eat right at the water’s edge.
You will go and choose your fresh fish or seafood and they will cook it for you right then and there and serve it up.
Enjoy your meal as the sun sets and the kids can play on the sand afterward.
37. Enjoy a Kecak Show at the Uluwatu Temple
Uluwatu Temple or Pura Luhur Uluwatu is one of the most important Balinese temples.
The sea temple sits on a cliff above a 70-meter drop to the beach and ocean below.
The Balinese Hindus believe that the powers of the Hindu Trinity are all present here.
Said to have been built by a Majapahit monk, it was later expanded and is now a popular tourist spot in Uluwatu.
A cliff pathway leads to the temple, so be mindful of this if you are considering bringing young children.
You will also encounter monkeys, so leave any valuables or food in the car.
The entrance fee to the Uluwatu Temple is about IDR 30,000 per person for adults and IDR 15,000 for children.
The best time to visit is in the afternoon, just before sundown.
A guide is recommended as organizing transport to and from Uluwatu can be tricky.
Book an afternoon tour where you can watch an incredible Balinese Kecak and Fire Dance show with the stunning Uluwatu sunset as a backdrop.
The Uluwatu Temple is open daily from 8 am to 7 pm.
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38. Learn Balinese Dance
Another fun thing to do in Bali if it’s raining is to learn Balinese Dance. While there might be a few giggles and some challenging choreography for some, this is a great way for the family to immerse themselves in the culture together.
The Yoga Barn in Ubud offers Balinese dance classes on Monday evenings.
The ARMA Museum and Resort offers 2-hour long classes (as well as many other cultural activities).
39. Go Boarding at the Bali Wake Park
Head to the state-of-the-art Cable Park Lake for a day of fun out on the water.
One of the best things to do in Bali for teens, Bali Wake Park has a full menu of water activities to suit all levels.
When it comes to boarding there is wakeboarding, kneeboarding, waterskiing, and skurfing on the cables which have been designed to cater to kids and beginners.
There is also a giant Aqualand fun park with obstacles on the water, a waterfront cafe, and a bar with an infinity pool.
So, everyone will find a way to relax at the park.
Bali Wake Park is in Benoa, about 15 minutes from Sanur and 20 minutes from Kuta or Seminyak.
It is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Entry is free and then you simply buy your activity tickets at the park.
40. See the Famous Bali Rice Terraces
It’s hard to see an advertisement for Bali without a photo of the stunning green rice terraces included.
They really are a must-see when on the island, especially for those looking for the best photo spots in Bali.
January through March are the best time to visit the Bali rice terraces. This is simply because they are lush and green at the end of the rainy season.
Tegalalang Rice Terraces are the most famous (you’ll recognize them from “Eat, Pray, Love”) and are often very crowded.
Other rice terraces in Bali worth visiting are:
- Jatiluwih rice terraces in Bali’s Tabanan Regency (known as Bali’s rice bowl) are about 2 hours drive from Kuta.
- Rendang rice terraces in East Bali
Be prepared to pay an entrance fee for each of the popular rice terraces.
The easiest way to visit is to book a tour which will usually include seeing the rice terraces and other activities like visiting a coffee plantation or other well-known Bali attractions.
41. Visit the Pura Tirta Empul Water Temple
The Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple is about 3o minutes north of Ubud, in the village of Manukaya, in central Bali.
This is a sacred site as the Balinese Hindu community believes the water from the natural springs here has been created and blessed by the God Indra. They, therefore, have the potential to purify.
A visit to this incredible complex is definitely a Bali bucket list item which of course means it can get very busy during peak season.
You will need a good hour or more once you reach the temple as the site is expansive and you will likely be greeted by crowds.
The temple is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm.
The entrance fee is about IDR 50,000 for an adult and IDR25,000 for a child.
42. Eat Traditional Indonesian Fare at a Warung
Made’s Warung has long been a favorite of ours since we started coming to Bali more than 2 decades ago.
Kids will love an easy Nasi Goreng, Mie Goreng, or other simple Indonesian dishes for dinner.
Just make sure you are clear on whether your kids can handle chili, so they can adjust accordingly.
43. Do a Rice Field Walk
If you are visiting Bali with teens who are happy to go out and get active, consider a morning rice field walk.
These walks are one of the best things to do in Ubud if you are staying in the village or nearby.
Work your way through the list or just start with the Sari Organik walk
Sari Organik Walk
Just 10 minutes from the Ubud Art Market, the Sari Organik walk is a great activity to do in the morning for breakfast before wandering the markets.
The walk is about 3.5 kilometers long and takes about an hour, depending on whether you stop at any of the cute restaurants (like the namesake Sari Organik) along the way.
The Penanstenan Rice Field Walk
About 4 kilometers out of Ubud you’ll find Penanstenan village. This walk starts at the north end of the village and is a quieter walk without the warungs and cafes along the Sari walk.
It finishes at Terracotta Restaurant at Mathis Retreat Ubud where you can enjoy lunch with a striking view over the rice terraces.
44. Visit the Ubud Water Palace
The Saraswati Palace or Ubud Water Palace is located in the heart of Ubud (behind Starbucks).
A popular Instagram photo spot in Ubud, many will recognize the stunning stonework rising up either side of the temple gates.
With ponds of pink lotus flowers on either side of the entry pathway, it creates a perfectly framed photo.
The best time to visit is in the evening when it is cooler and there is a Balinese dance performance (most nights except Friday).
Make sure you dress appropriately for the palace with covered knees and shoulders.
Entry to the palace grounds is free. The dance performance will cost extra and you just need to buy your tickets there.
45. Learn to Scuba Dive
If you are traveling with teenagers, why not get your Padi accreditation as a family in an idyllic location?
There are 2 and 3-day diving courses in Bali and of course some amazing scuba diving itineraries for those families that are already accredited.
46. Have a Floating Breakfast
Do as the influencers do and experience a Bali floating breakfast.
Many will remember those first pictures of the Bali crowd floating a colorful breakfast tray out to the edge of their jungle infinity pool.
Well, now it seems everyone is getting in on the act. Many Bali luxury hotels offer a floating breakfast at an extra cost.
But, if yours doesn’t, book one at the Padma Resort Ubud for about IDR 500,000++ per couple.
47. Take a Hot Air Balloon Ride
Elevate your Bali family holiday, quite literally, by taking a hot air balloon ride.
Drift 50 meters above the world-famous rice terraces, experiencing Bali in a whole new way.
Acting as a movable viewing point, the balloon remains tethered to the ground as you take in the beauty of the surroundings all the way to Mount Agung.
The balloon is located at the Tanah Gajah resort.
Your ticket includes a meal or snack. But, consider doing the breakfast flight and booking lunch at The Tempayan, with panoramic views over the resort’s rice paddies.
48. Take a Day Trip to Kintamani
Take a day trip to Kintamani and 4WD across the lava fields of the 1843 and 1963 volcanic eruptions.
After being surrounded by the frozen lava flows you’ll be able to relax in the Batur Hot Springs before returning down the mountain.
This tour isn’t suitable for very young children or pregnant women.
49. Stay in a Treehouse in the Ubud Jungle
Suitable for a small family with an older child, live out your Swiss Family Robinson fantasy by staying in a luxury treehouse.
The Tree House at Bambu Indah sits nestled in the branches of two Banyan trees, beautifully crafted from bamboo.
Go to sleep with the sounds of the jungle and Ayung River moving below and wake to rice fields and Mount Batukaru (Bali’s second-highest peak) off in the distance.
For families of four, there is the Riverbend residence with a private plunge pool and copper tub.
50. Enjoy Sundowners on the Beach
Something you must do in Bali is enjoy sundowners on a Bali beach.
Seminyak, Kuta, and Canggu all offer a lively night-time ambiance to watch the sunset.
Whether you book a table at one of the fancier beach clubs or grab a beanbag in the sand at a casual beach bar, this is the perfect way to end the day on the island.
51. Book a Bali Family Photo Shoot
There’s no better time to update your family photo album than when you are happy and relaxed on holiday.
Bali is the ideal place for a family photo shoot with such varied backdrops available; from the beach to the jungle.
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