Kid’s Fun


Capoeira for Kids

Indulge | Mar 12, 2020

For parents looking for an activity that simultaneously provides children with both physical training and creative stimulation, capoeira might just be the solution. Parents usually want their kids to join extracurricular activities that either involve some being active or foster artistic thinking. While some kids have the opportunity to do several activities, others may not […]

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Walks in Nature with the Kids

Indulge | Feb 20, 2020

With so much happening to our beloved Earth at the moment, it’s more important than ever to introduce nature to the next generation – and to do so as early as possible. Breathing fresh air, feeling the different textures against their skin, be it leaves, sand, soil or even a soft breeze, introducing children to […]

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Swimming Classes in Bali : From Toddlers to Young Adults

Indulge | Jan 26, 2020

Everyone loves the water, be it for a small paddle in the pool, or diving in the ocean. Of course, without the right skills, water can be dangerous, and that’s why more and more parents now send their children to swimming classes from a very early age. Familiarising them with water in childhood is not […]

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Ice Skating in Bali? You Can at the Bali Ice Skating Arena

Indulge | Dec 04, 2019

Has it ever crossed your mind to go ice skating in Bali? Probably not, but with Christmas here, it may just be a season-appropriate activity! Bali Ice Skating Arena is found within Mal Bali Galeria and only opened recently. It is the first ever permanent ice skating rink in Bali. What started off as an […]

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Tamora Gallery: Canggu’s Answer to a Family Day Out

Indulge | Oct 10, 2019

Looking for somewhere to let the kids run free while you can sit and enjoy a coffee or a meal on the side? Berawa’s Tamora Gallery may just be the place you’re looking for. Canggu has been growing into a huge tourism destination over the last few years. What was once a sleepy beachfront, Berawa […]

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ARTOTEL Beach Club Launches an Interactive Playground Experience for Kids

Kid's Fun | Oct 01, 2019

ARTOTEL Beach Club (ABC) is known to be one of Bali’s more family-friendly beach clubs or dining destinations, and with their brand new, interactive Playground Experience, they are cementing that reputation! Working together with Playscape, the playground provides a space where children can participate in an education-meets-entertainment experience, complete with a fun, outer space theme. […]

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Playtime at Parklife, Bali’s Newest ‘Family Hub’

Indulge | Sep 08, 2019

Let the young ones run loose in Canggu’s brand-new playground, where socialising without (too many) restrictions is celebrated. Welcoming the first ‘family hub’ to the neighbourhood, Parklife is calling children of all ages to learn and play whilst mums and dads keep themselves busy, whether its running errands or tackling a piling inbox of emails. […]

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Fun with the Little One at GWK

Indulge | Aug 20, 2019

In 2018, one of Bali’s largest and most impressive landmarks was completed. Garuda WisnuKencana – or just GWK as Indonesians refer to it – is a 121 metre high, copper-brass statue depicting the Hindu God Wisnu riding the god-bird Garuda.  It is eye catching to say the least, as it can be seen by those […]

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A Family Escape to Lembongan

Indulge | Jul 18, 2019

When mainland Bali gets busy during peak holiday times, this calls for a quick escape. If you and the family love the small island experience, then a trip ‘over the pond’ to Nusa Lembongan is the perfect choice.  Nusa Lembongan is much smaller (6.15km2), calmer and laidback than mainland Bali. Known as somewhere to kick of […]

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Getting Muddy with Mepantigan, Bali’s Own Sport

Indulge | Jun 03, 2019

Back in 2008, Putu Witsen, a former Taekwondo athlete, developed a unique style of martial art combining Balinese tradition and culture with Taekwondo techniques, he called it Mepantigan. Being a Balinese raised in Jakarta, there was a space between him and the Balinese culture and tradition. His move back to the island was purely career-driven, […]

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