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Here are the best things to do in Bali with kids — or without them. There are so many Bali attractions that it can be hard to decide what to do when you’re there. That’s why we created this list for people like you. Whether you’re a backpacker, a traveling family or luxury travelers, this list of things to do in Bali is for you.

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Best Things to Do in Bali with Kids (or Without)

Bali has changed a lot in the last 20 years. Sure, it’s been a tourist mecca for decades, and many … but the truth is that Bali is still a great place to visit. Below are our top tips for what to do in Bali. What’s missing?

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Where is Bali?

Indonesia is comprised of over 17,000 islands, and Bali is one of the larger and more fascinating ones in the archipelago. Situated between Java to the west and Lombok to the east, Bali is almost directly north of Perth, Australia.

Why Visit Bali? Why Visit Bali With Kids?

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Bali is packed with natural wonders, cultural marvels and culinary delights. Bali is safe, has beautiful nature, incredible art and culture opportunities and a dizzying array of accommodation options. The food is fresh, delicious and varied.

Bali has been a holiday destination for decades and has the resources and infrastructure to meet the needs of tens of thousands of travelers every day. Yes, parts of Bali have been spoiled by the tourism machine, but the island still holds lots in store for curious and considerate travelers. You will never run out of things to do in Bali.

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Bali Weather / Best Time to Visit Bali

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Bali weather is hot and humid all year, but there are high and low seasons. Basically, all your typical Western holidays — Easter, Christmas, and July through August (summer holidays in the northern hemisphere) are all part of the high season in Bali.

April through June would be a recommended shoulder season that’s still relatively dry, as is September and early October. After that, it becomes the wet season in Bali and there’s a lot more rain. There’s a lot of rain between November and March. That also means muggier weather and more mosquitoes.

Visit in shoulder seasons and accommodation will be cheaper. Visit in the wet season and it will be cheaper still, but your options for things to do in Bali will be limited. Trails get slippery, there’s lower visibility in the water and it’s more dangerous to drive around. but it usually comes in huge squalls that end suddenly and the sun comes back out. If you come in the rainy season, bring a decent pair of sandals.

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Getting to Bali / Getting From Bali

Most people fly into the Denpasar airport from all over the world. You can also reach Bali by boat from Flores, Lombok and other destinations. Unless you’re already in the area, we recommend looking for flights to Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar (DPS).

If you’re already in Southeast Asia, you may able to find a cheap flight with Air Asia out of Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Taipei, Tokyo or one of their many other regional hubs.

Typical Flights to Bali

  • Bali to Lombok / Lombok to Bali: Direct flights can be as low as USD $100, but taking a ferry from Bangsal harbor would be less than half of that.
  • Bali to Gili Trawangan and the other Gilis/ Gili Trawangan to Bali: Ferries from Bali’s Amed harbor take you to Gili Trawangan in half an hour. Longer if you take a cheaper/slower local boat.
  • Bali to Kuala Lumpur / Kuala Lumpur to Bali: Direct flights to/from Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Bali (DPS) take around 3 hours in the air. Prices vary.
  • Bali to Bangkok / Bangkok to Bali: Direct flights to/from Bangkok (BKK) require about 4-5 hours in the air.
  • Bali to Singapore / Singapore to Bali: Direct flights to/from Singapore (SIN) take about 2-3 hours. You can actually take ferries and overland routes from Singapore to Bali, but you’d need several days to do it.
  • Bali to LA / LA to Bali: Flights transfer in places like Taipei, Tokyo, Manilla, Shanghai, and Brisbane. Most flights are well over 20 hours.
  • Bali to New York / New York to Bali: Another very long flight. Many planes transfer in places like Guangzhou, Doha, Singapore, and Taipei.
  • Bali to Perth / Perth to Bali: Direct flights from Bali to Perth and from Perth to Bali are easy and frequent. Usually about 3-4 hours in the air.
  • Bali to Sydney / Sydney to Bali: Direct flights from Sydney to Bali and from Bali to Sydney are common and frequent. Usual time in the air is 6-7 hours.

Getting Around Bali

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Unlike some other popular Asian destinations like Penang and Tokyo, Bali doesn’t have a large and organized mass transit system. Instead, plan on using taxis, hired drivers, and bemos. Bemos are open-door vans that serve as shared taxis. They’re very similar to collectivos in Mexico and songthaews in Thailand.

If taking a taxi, always make sure the meter is running or the price is fixed and agreed upon before getting in the car. We try to stick with Bluebird taxis in both Bali and Lombok. Why the Bluebird company? Because they are known for being more honest and equipped with a meter.

Scooters in Bali

Another option is to rent a bicycle, motorcycle or scooter. We love exploring Bali on two wheels but understand the risks. You can easily rent scooters in Bali even if you don’t have a license in your home country. Just keep in mind that most travel insurance providers do not cover scooter/motorcycle accidents if you don’t have a license.

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Car rental in Bali

You could also rent a car, but the same risks apply. We drive rental cars in many countries. We drive in Malaysia, Mexico, and Spain for example. Yet we have never driven a car in Bali, Lombok, Sumatra or any other part of Indonesia. Why? Traffic tends to be fairly lawless.

There are lots of large trucks to deal with: construction equipment and trucks in Bali & Lombok, logging trucks in Sumatra. On top of that, the roads in many places are in poor condition, and at night most roads are poorly lit. Some vehicles don’t turn on their lights.

What to Eat in Bali

There are so many great places to eat in Bali that it’s hard to fit them all in. From streetside warungs to white-tablecloth fine dining, the best restaurants in Bali vary dramatically in menu and price.

Traveling with picky eaters? You’ll easily be able to find pizza, burgers and chicken fingers, but the true rewards are for the curious eaters.

There is fine dining, and there is fast food. There are incredible fish and seafood options, but there is also spaghetti and BBQ ribs. Our kids two favorite restaurants in Bali are for Indonesian-style duck…and the other they claim is the “best pizza in the world” (very good but possibly hyperbole).

What to Bring to Bali

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Bali is hot and humid year-round, so you’ll want everything you need for the tropics:

Sarongs are essential for a Bali holiday. They’re great for the beach and they’re needed to cover your legs when you go to Bali sacred sites (men and women must cover their legs). They also work as substitute beach towels, scarves, skirts and more.

We’d also recommend bringing sandals and/or flip-flops, as we think it’s a much better way to walk around in this weather. That goes double if you visit during the rainy season — no one enjoys soaking wet socks and sneakers!

Having said all this, keep in mind that almost everything you’ll need is available in Bali. However, they may not have your favorite brand or make you pay a premium for it.

Where to Stay in Bali

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There are lots of fantastic hotels and resorts in Bali. We’ve listed some of the best hotels in Bali in a separate post. But if you have a specific area of Bali in mind, follow the Links below:

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Once you’ve read about the best things to do in Bali, then explore the region further through the related posts below.

Bali Travel Guide: Top Things to Do in Bali

This list of Bali activities is far from complete. There’s much more to add, but it should give you an idea of the variety of things to do in Bali that there really is. Do you have suggestions for what to do in Bali? Is something missing from this list? Let us know!

Waterslides at Waterbom

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This waterpark is on lots of lists of things to do in Bali with kids, but I would recommend it to just about anyone. Lots of slides, a beautiful “lazy river” and plenty of sun chairs and space. It’s clean, well-landscaped, and well-constructed.

Sure, it’s expensive compared to many things to do in Bali that we recommend, but it’s totally worth it. Especially if you’re in Bali with kids. The food inside the park was decent and reasonably priced. Relatively speaking, of course — this is an amusement park after all. Make an entire day out of it. Some people rent a shaded gazebo for the day. We’ve never done that, but next time we go we probably would.

Wood Carving Lessons

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There are a number of places to try wood carving in Bali. Our kids took lessons at the Pondok Pekak library in Ubud, but this is one class of many available island-wide.

If you ask around you should be able to find wood carving classes in many parts of the island. Bali has a long and revered history with wood carving. You’ll see it in furniture, picture frames, and sculptures everywhere you go.

Traditional Balinese Dance

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This is definitely one of the top things to do in Bali. Balinese traditional dance is fascinating, mesmerizing and beautiful to watch. The best place to watch traditional Balinese dance is in Ubud. This is the cultural heart of the island, and there are more serious troupes training and performing here than anywhere else. That said, even resorts in places like Sanur, Kuta and Nusa Dua may have performances for guests.

There are a number of traditional Balinese dances. We have seen performances of the Legong, Barong and Kecak dances. I would say the Kecak is my favorite because the chanting and movement are like nothing I’ve ever see or heard before or since. There’s fire involved, too. That said, the costumes and stagecraft of the Barong and Legong dances at the Ubud Palace are amazing. They might appeal to kids more.

Either way. The dances are a must and one of my most recommended things to do in Bali with kids or on your own. Try to see a performance after dark.

Ride Scooters/Bicycles

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One of our favorite things to do in Bali is to just ride around. Riding bicycles on the road work well in Ubud and Sanur, but I wouldn’t recommend it in busy places like Kuta.

We love to ride scooters in Bali, but we understand that we’re taking a risk doing this. Remember that most travel insurance will not cover motorcycle accidents in Bali if you don’t have a license in your home country.

If you do rent scooters in Bali, make sure to snap pics of every scratch and dent before you ride off.

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Waterfalls in Bali

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As much as we like the beach, we’re more a freshwater family, and swimming under waterfalls is one of our favorite things to do in Bali. Sukawati, Munduk, Gitgit, the list goes on and on. There are over a dozen beautiful waterfalls in Bali. Hire a driver to take you to a few.

Rice Paddy Treks and the Campuhan Ridge in Ubud

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Whether it’s in Northern Spain or Northern Sumatra, we love a good hike. Hiking in Bali is a lot of fun, too, and not that strenuous. In Ubud and other parts of the interior of the island, you can hire a guide to take you through the rice patty fields. If you’re brave enough, you can do it on your own.

Ubud also has the Campuhan Ridge. This is is a semi-paved path that has some beautiful views and plenty of places to stop and eat or drink along the way.

Silversmithing & Jewelry Making

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Have you ever made a piece of jewelry? Our kids did, and everyone in our group (they were the only children in the class) was amazed at the result after just a few hours. This is one of the best things to do in Bali with kids interested in design.

Snorkeling & Scuba Diving

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Indonesia’s underwater world is remarkably diverse. Unfortunately, a lot of the coral has been damaged over the years. Yet there is still much to see under the surface here.

One of the most amazing places for snorkeling in Bali is Lembongan Island, but there are a lot of options for snorkeling and diving in Bali and the nearby islands. Our kids got their Junior PADI licenses in nearby Gili Air.

BBQ Dinner at Jimbaran Beach

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Walk along this stretch of beach in southwest Bali and you’ll find dozens and dozens of seafood restaurants with tables in the sand. Most of the restaurants serve the same dishes — fish, lobster and other shellfish by the kilo. Prices vary by quality and service.

We suggest getting there well before sunset — like 5 or 5:30 pm. You’ll have a better selection of tables and possibly some extra leverage in getting a better deal on your meal. It’s ok to bargain a bit between 2 or 3 nearby restaurants. Just keep it respectful.

In our opinion, you’re not coming here for the beach. The last time we at BBQ at Jimbaran, the beach looked terrible, with lots of trash on it. That said, it as the sun set it was still a fantastic meal and a lovely experience.

Ceramics Classes

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One of our kids’ favorite things to do in Bali is playing with clay. At Sari Api in Ubud, there are classes every Saturday from 10:30-noon. For Rp 85,000 (approx. USD $6),  you get to work on hand building projects and work one-on-one with an instructor for a brief throw on a potter’s wheel.

If you stay in Bali long enough, you can dry, glaze, and fire your work.

Sign up for the potter’s wheel as soon as you arrive because the spaces fill up fast. Classes are for kids 4-14 years old, and lessons include a glass of hibiscus lemonade.

Painting Lessons

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Another creative thing to do in Bali is take painting lessons. We took our lessons in Ubud, but you can find Balinese painting lessons in many parts of Bali. You can go deep into the philosophy of Balinese painting if you have time. For us, we just did a one-day lesson for a few hours and the boy loved with the results.

Visit Balinese Temples

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Bali is unique in many ways. One of the most extraordinary aspects of Bali is that it’s a predominantly Hindu island in one of the world’s most populous Muslim countries.

This makes Balinese culture and religion interesting on many levels.

One of the most interesting things to do in Bali is to visit some Balinese temples. Famous ones like Ulun Danu, Tanah Lot, Tirta Empul, Uluwatu are incredibly photogenic. In addition, locals often hold ceremonies there.

If you can’t make it to the most famous Bali temples, don’t worry. You can find Balinese temples everywhere, including in people’s houses. If you’re lucky enough to be invited into someone’s home, make sure see their family’s temple.

Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)

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This is one of the most famous religious and archaeological sites in Bali, and not far outside of Ubud. You’ll need only an hour or less to see it but we think it’s worth it. Avoid the shops at the entrance and bring a sarong to cover your legs (men too). Keep in mind that there are a lot of steps involved.

Massages & Spa Treatments

This should be a no-brainer. One of the most relaxing things to do in Bali is to get a massage or a spa treatment. You’ll find spas and nimble hands in nearly every town in Bali, and they do a great job.

Lots of the best hotels in Bali and most of the best resorts in Bali have a spa and masseuse on staff. Convenience and quality like this cost more, naturally. Shop around, as the prices are often much lower if you walk down the street to a smaller shop.

The Pondok Pekak Library

Pondok Pekak is more than a library in Ubud. It’s also a place to take dance classes, painting classes, and wood carving class. It’s a place to check what events are happening in town and relax in. Oh, and they have a lot of English-language books, too (and German, and French, etc).

Art Museums

Bali is a dizzyingly creative place. Most Balinese people have at least one artisan skill, such as painting, carving, blacksmithing or music. You can see this creativity all over the island. Both local Balinese and foreigners living in Bali are at constant work creating. And the Bali museums and galleries are filled with their work.

Some of our favorite museums are in Ubud. Places like the Don Antonio Blanco Museum and the Arma are a great way to spend an afternoon in Bali.

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Surf Lessons

One of the most famous things to do in Bali is to catch some waves. There are surf schools in many parts of Bali, but Kuta is one of the most well-known spots.

Our kids have been surfing in Mexico, Spain, the Canary Islands and on Bali’s neighboring island of Lombok. We’ll surf in Bali next.

Cooking Classes

Taking a cooking class in Bali is a great way to experience the food and culture of the island.

You’ll fond Bali cooking classes in high-traffic areas like Kuta, Seminyak, and Ubud. Expect fewer classes in less populated areas but still ask around. Ask your hotel or guesthouse and they’ll either know a place or possibly set one up for you themselves.

Interested in cooking classes elsewhere?

Spice Farms and Coffee Farms

Not everyone thinks about agrotourism when planning their Bali holiday. In spite of this, it can be rewarding to learn about where our food and drink comes from. Visiting a spice farm or a coffee plantation helps you have a better understanding of the origins of ingredients we use and consume all the time.

If you’re interested in trying “kopi luwak,” one of the most expensive coffees in the world, this is your opportunity. Of course, keep in mind that coffee has been through the digestive system of a civet cat. Certainly one of the most educational things to do in Bali with kids…or without.

Chocolate Factory

What goes better with coffee than a little chocolate? Bali has several chocolate plantations and factories. Here cacao pods are harvested and processed into the sweet stuff we love so much.

This is the best thing to do in Bali for the sweet-tooth in your family.

Rafting, Kayaking, Canyoning & Tubing

Love the outdoors and a little adventure? Then some of the best things to do in Bali can be found in the island’s rivers and canyons.

We love rafting, canyoning, and tubing, and will definitely be jumping in feet first next time we’re in Bali.

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Bali Treetop Adventure Park

This airborne obstacle course is fun for all ages. Using zip lines and other gear, you complete different levels depending on your strength and aversion to heights.

Like the ESCAPE adventure park in Penang, Malaysia, it’s all safe and professionally-run. Leave your fear of heights at home.

Turtle Sanctuary

There’s something special about seeing sea turtles in the wild…or soon to be released into the wild. Want to see turtles in Bali? Then head to the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre on Serangan Island. Here you can see baby turtles before they are released into the ocean. They also have older injured turtles that they care for.

Further reading: We’ve released baby turtles in Oaxaca, Mexico, and seen grown ones near Cancun.

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Hiking Mount Batur

One of the best views in Bali is from Mount Batur. Many people like to hike to the top for sunrise. It’s a pretty stunning view, but consider your children and their needs/capabilities. The sunrise hike requires a 2 am wake up call (ie. you’re hiking in the dark), and the path has some steep parts that can be slippery if it rained earlier. On top of that, it’s cold up there.

This could be an immensely rewarding experience (like it was for us in Sumatra). On the other hand, it could leave you cold, cold, tired and grumpy. You probably already know which kind of person/people you are.

Woodworking Villages

Speaking of craftsmanship, take some time to visit the areas where lots of the island’s wood carving takes place. It can be fascinating to watch a true craftsman at work. In fact, it might inspire you or your young ones to pick up the tools and try it yourself.

Fly Kites

That’s right: I’m telling you to go fly a kite. This may seem like a flippant tip but in truth, kites are a big deal in Bali. There’s even dozens of competitions and a Kite Festival every year. You can pick up a kite (large or small, cheap & simple or pricey and elaborate) in any town in Bali.

At certain times of the year, you’ll also see HUGE kites in the sky. You might also see the teams that fly them in the back of trucks heading from one competition to the next. So yes, one of our recommended things to do in Bali is fly a kite.

Things to Do in Bali When it Rains

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If you’re like us, then you don’t shy away from visiting somewhere during the rainy season. Prices are usually lower and there are fewer people. Besides, it usually rains for a few hours and then stops, giving you the rest of the day to enjoy.

That said, here are a few things to do in Bali while it’s raining.

Go to the Movies

There are some great movie theaters in Kuta, Seminyak and nearby. Sitting in a cinema may one of the best things to do in Bali on a rainy day.

Get Massage/Spa

We’ve already recommended getting a massage in Bali. Rainy days are even better. Relaxing like this with the sound of a storm in the background would be my favorite thing to do in Bali on a rainy day.

Cooking Classes

If you have to stay indoors, you may as well, eat something, right? Most cooking classes are indoors — or partially so, as some cooking is open air with shelter from the rain.

Museums & Galleries

Some of my daughter’s and my favorite activities are seeking out new art — in Tokyo, in Kuala Lumpur and wherever else we can find it. We once got trapped at the ATMA gallery in Ubud during a storm, in fact. There is some amazing art opportunities in Ubud and elsewhere on the island. If you’re looking for something to do on a Rainy day in Bali, seek out a museum.


For some people, retail therapy is one of the best things to do in Bali on a rainy day. There is plenty to buy or browse in many parts of the island, but you’ll get soaked walking from shop to shop in Ubud. For the full-on indoor mall experience, you’ll need to be shopping in Seminyak, Kuta or elsewhere in the south.

What NOT to Do in Bali

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Okay, so this post has focused on what to do in Bali, but there are a few things we’d like to steer you away from, as well. Keep these in mind during your Bali holiday.

Don’t Touch Someone’s Head

Like in Thailand and elsewhere, it is considered rude to touch someone’s head. That includes children.

Don’t Enter Holy Places Without Covering Yourself

You have your sarong, so use it. Both men and women should cover their legs when entering any sacred place in Bali. Many tourists don’t, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t. Respect the local customs.

Don’t Make the Wrong Hand/Feet Gestures:

There are a few cultural taboos with hands and feet to be aware of. Foreigners are often given a pass in heavily tourist areas, but you never know who you’re dealing with so be aware.

  • Pointing with the index finger: it’s better to use your entire hand to indicate something
  • Touching/Giving/Shaking with your left hand: Like in India and Malaysia, this is the hand used traditionally for using the bathroom. It’s considered unclean, so try to use the right hand.
  • Both hands when giving/receiving: Considering the taboo above, this seems counter-intuitive. Yet it is considered respectful to hand something to someone with both hands.
  • Pointing/Touching with your feet: The feet are considered unclean (well, duh). Therefore, don’t point at someone or touch someone with your feet. That means no footsie under the table with locals, even if you’re fresh from the shower.

Don’t Wear Shoes Indoors

Like in Japan and many other Asian countries, people take their shoes off before entering their homes or holy places. One of many reasons I love flip-flops and other slip-on/off shoes.

Don’t Step on the Offerings

You may see some of these beautiful hand-made offerings may be strewn on the street, but try to step around them.

Don’t Ride Elephants

Seriously. This is fairly well-known now, but I’ll reiterate it. Riding elephants is cruel and unnecessary. There are other ways to experience elephants up close. We rode them years ago in Thailand before we knew better. We won’t anymore. You shouldn’t either.

Don’t Haggle Too Hard

Sure, you know you’re getting the tourist price at first, and many places expect you to bargain some. Just don’t go overboard. Remain respectful, and if you can’t get the price you want, either pay or walk away.

Don’t Get Too Close to Monkeys

You’re going to see people feeding monkeys and letting them climb on them. We highly suggest you refrain from this. The monkeys in Bali are not your friends. The gray macaques you see there are bold, smart and unafraid of you. They will rip something out of your hands (or your child’s hands) and then bare their teeth (or worse) if you resist.

Observe them at a safe distance.

Many tourists fool around with them. One out of every 50 tourists regrets it. Okay, so I made up that statistic, but you know what I mean. There are lots of fun things to do in Bali. Getting bit or threatened by a monkey is not one of them.

Don’t Go Without Travel Insurance

I hope you never need your insurance. But before you visit Bali or anywhere else, get travel insurance for you and your travel companions. You need travel insurance. We’ve explained why and offered some tips on finding the best insurance.

Animal Tourism in Bali

Monkeys, elephants, dolphins, exotic birds, and more. There are lots of animals experiences available in Bali. I won’t be recommending them here. Why? Because I simply don’t know enough about them to know if I think they’re worth recommending.

Our views on animal attractions have changed over the years. Not just me: the kids went to “zoos” and other places with us and we all left sick to our stomach.

I’m not here to preach to you. I eat meat and own leather goods. I don’t claim to be an animal rights advocate. But there are lots of places out there that don’t deserve your money. Some of these animal attractions in Bali are some of them. Before you consider taking your kids to one of them, do your own research and come to your own conclusions.

Further Reading/Links

What Are Your Favorite Things to Do in Bali?

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Have you visited Bali? Did you go to Bali with kids or on your own? In your opinion, what are the best things to do in Bali? What have we left out? Let us know so we can keep this Bali travel guide up to date!


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  1. Thank you so much for this informative post. Here you explained everything about this post. I really appreciate your writings. You have perfectly explained all the details of the topic.

  2. Ajay kumar says:

    Really thanks for sharing this useful post !! Bali is a nice place to visit for holidays and I will definitely do all these things with my friends.

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