Written by Beverley Lennon

Bali might like to emphasise its glitz and party vibes, from glamourous flashy beach clubs to hidden speakeasy bars, but it is also one of the most family-friendly destinations in Southeast Asia.

Besides featuring tons of kid-friendly dining options for your fussiest tots and teens, the island is embraced for its year-long warm weathers (drop by between June to August for cooler temperatures!) and has loads of fun activities for kids. And yes, it’s much more than just waterparks and beaches. There are exciting family things to do deep in the jungles of Ubud too! Indeed, Bali ticks all the boxes when it comes to family fun.

What’s more – there is something truly special about the Balinese’ love for children. Maybe it’s their laid-back nature, where life is truly lived in the moment but whatever it is, it will be the highlight of your family holiday!

With our 4D3N family itinerary, you get a holiday experience of a lifetime with a family beach club, themed cafes (including a unicorn cafe!), waterpark, animal encounters and so much more! Yes, finally an island escape paradise that’s not just meant for couples!

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10 Affordable Bali hotels with family rooms (for 4 pax) with pool and near the beach in central areas under $100!

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We love our families, but holidays with them aren’t always the easiest right? I get it. Frankly speaking, I am always the one planning our family getaways and it’s never an easy task, so this 4D3N itinerary to Bali is here to help you save your next holiday with the tots and teens! Let them know about the new exciting family things to do in Bali; these include a unicorn cafe, a circus restaurant, flamingo beach club and so much more! You can be sure that they won’t be stuck in front of their screens all day long as you’ll be having so much fun!

Getting to Bali

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Direct flight (total cost from SGD 175)

Take Tigerair, AirAsiaGaruda Indonesia, SilkAir or Singapore Airlines from Singapore Changi Airport to Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali. (Flight time: ~2h 40 min)

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Take AirAsia, Jetstar, Virgin Australia, Garuda Indonesia or SilkAir from Perth to Ngurah Rai International Airport (Bali). (Flight time: ~3h 40min)


Day 1

Take a peek at Bali’s nature and cultural centre

Here we are – you finally made it happen! Your exciting family getaway to Bali finally begins. Enjoy your first day with lunch at a fun pool club in the jungles of Ubud before making the kids’ eyes glow with giant cotton candy, stepping into a monkeys’ sanctuary and relishing traditional Balinese performances at dinner time.

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Eat and play at Ubud’s first family pool club! – Titi Batu Ubud Club (2 hours)

Titi Batu Ubud Club is Ubud’s very own version of Finns Recreation Club. The recreation club welcomes families who wish to reconnect through a bunch of exciting activities and sports! A day pass at Titi Batu Ubud Club gives you access to their studios with a large variety of classes for kids and adults, gym, squash court, kids’ playroom, swimming pool, steam room, sauna, cold bath and so much more!

They also have a restaurant with an international menu and healthy, local, sustainable food options for you and your little ones!

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Titi Batu Ubud Club

Price: Adult Entry Pass Rp. 150,000 (Rp. 75,000 food & beverage credits) (Approximately USD $10.80); Child Entry Pass Rp. 100,000 (Rp. 50,000 food & beverage credits) (Approximately USD $7.20)
Address: Jl. Cempaka, Kumbuh, Mas, Ubud  (Coordinates here)
Contact: ​+62 361 972 134; +62 813 3845 1161 (WhatsApp)
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 7am-10pm


Check into your jungle pool villa – Casa Priya (1 hour)

Worried about your kids disturbing other guests at a hotel? We’d recommend you to opt for a villa stay. What’s best, besides being affordable for a 2-bedroom villa, Casa Priya features a private pool and comes with magical jungle views as you enjoy the cool air of Ubud. Kids will thoroughly enjoy having the pool to themselves as you peacefully lounge in the bathtub.

Now you won’t have to sleep one on top of each other as the kids get their own bedroom! Not to worry, morning cuddles are just one door away!

Craving a Balinese Massage but don’t know what to do with the kids? Get your body treatments right at your stay when you book Klook’s In-Villa Spa and Massage package!

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Casa Priya

Rates: From USD $160 for 2-bedroom villa with private pool (Approximately Rp. 2,243,984)
Address: Jl. Tirta Tawar, Ubud, Kec. Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 938 1372

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Treat the kids with giant cotton candy creations! – Barbapopa (30 minutes)

By now, the kids might be already planning their next tantrum so treat them with some giant colourful cotton candy at Barbapopa! Their sugar-based fluff ball treats somehow always make everyone happy. Their swirled creations come in different cloudy-shaped forms and will surely get everyone messy too (you know, the typical scene where you wake up the next day with candy floss in your hair!).

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Price: From Rp. 20,000 (Approximately USD $1.44)
Address: Jl. Raya Pengosekan Ubud, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Contact: +62 857 3822 3503
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 11am-10.30pm


Meet cheeky little monkeys! – Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (1 hour)

You haven’t been to Ubud if you don’t drop by the ever-so-popular Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. For some, the experience is stressful but for others, it’s ultimately fun and I bet there’s nothing more exciting than animal encounters when travelling with kids. The open-air sanctuary is home to over 700 monkeys roaming freely in 12.5 hectares of untouched forest!

The venue is also an important preservation centre as it has deep spiritual meaning for the locals. You’ll also find a temple that dates back to the 14th Century.

If you’re looking for a value-for-money option to visit the sanctuary and other attractions, check out Klook’s Central Bali Tour and enjoy a hassle-free experience with their convenient hotel pick up and drop off!

TripCanvas’ Tip: Be mindful of the monkeys and avoid carrying any sort of bottle or food items as they can get pretty aggressive and grab it from you!

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Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

Entrance fee: Rp. 80,000 for adult (Approximately USD $5.75); Rp. 60,000 for child (Approximately USD $4.30)
Address: Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 971304; +62 361 972774
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 8.30am-6pm (Ticketing office closes at 5.30pm)

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(From USD$22 for Group Tour option in Central Bali)

Immerse in culture and learn Balinese moves – Laka Leke (2 hours)

When in Rome, do as the Romans do – surely you weren’t thinking of leaving Bali without trying things the local way? The immersive dining experience at Laka Leke is bound to keep kids and adults entertained!

At Laka Leke, you’ll get to try out local favourites, modern Indonesian fare, authentic Balinese cuisine and more. You’ll also be entertained by traditional Balinese performances as you dig in!

We personally loved their popular crispy duck, which goes amazingly well with some sambal matah. Then again, everything at Laka Leke tastes fantastic, but no words can do justice to their mouth-watering Nasi Campur – colourful and flavourful!

TripCanvas Tip: On specific nights, the restaurant gets busy with traditional performances, which see locals dressed in colourful and shiny outfits replicating theatrical dances such as the Barong and Kris Dance, Frog Dance, Joged and Children Dance, as well as Bali’s popular Kecak Dance.

Want to bring the flavours of Indonesia back home? Sign up for a cooking class in Ubud with Klook!

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Laka Leke

Price Range: Rp. 60,000 – 110,000 (Approximately USD $4.10 – 7.52)
Address: Jalan Nyuh Bojog No.32, MAS, Ubud, MAS, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 9am – 11pm
Performance Schedule: 8pm – 8.45pm (Mon, Wed, Thurs, Sat)
Contact: +62 361 977565

Day 1: Route

Day 2

Tick off Bali’s most family-friendly dining options!

As we know that kids can be fussy and choosy, it is best to pick places where you can truly relax and everybody in the family gets their own happiness points. Today, from breakfast, lunch, tea time to dinner, all your family members get to enjoy unique experiences, exciting games and delectable food in a fun atmosphere!

Go on a fun breakfast date with orangutans! – Bali Zoo (1 hour)

You’ll barely have to chase after your kids for the first meal of the day as it is bound to be one magical experience.

Head over to Bali Zoo to share your breakfast table with orangutans. It is an experience like no other as you get to sit next to human-like species in their natural environment and catch special moments with them next to you.

Breakfast is buffet style and as you settle down to indulge, other animals will also make their way to your table – think elephants, birds, pangolins and more!

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Breakfast with orangutans at Bali Zoo

Price: Breakfast with orangutans from Rp. 720,000 (Approximately USD $51)
Address: Jl. Raya Singapadu, Sukawati Gianyar 80582
Contact: +62 361 294357
Breakfast time: 8am

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(From USD$40 for adult / USD $27 for child)

Drop by Bali’s most family-friendly beach club! – Flamingo Bali Family Beach Club (2 hours)

Flamingo Bali Family Beach Club has heard every family out there – finally a beach club where your kids can go wild without disturbing others! What’s more, the beach club is located merely 20 minutes’ drive from Bali Zoo, which makes it great for some water fun with the kids after all your animal encounters.

Besides their expansive pool, they also feature an exciting playground for the kids and a kid-friendly menu for all your picky eaters out there!

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Flamingo Bali Family Beach Club

Minimum spend: Weekday – Indoor chair from Rp. 100,000 for adults (Approximately USD$7.30); Rp. 75,000 for children (Approximately USD$5.48) | Weekend – Indoor chair from Rp. 150,000 for adults (Approximately USD$10.95) + Rp. 50,000 entrance fee (Approximately USD$3.65); Rp. 50,000 (Approximately USD$3.65) for children + Rp. 50,000 entrance fee (Approximately USD$3.65)
Price: Mains from Rp. 60,000 (Approximately USD $4.30); Drinks from Rp.20,000 (Approximately USD $1.40)
Address: Jl. Pantai Saba, Saba, Kec. Blahbatuh, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80581, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 479 5777
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 8am-8pm


Optional: Step into the real Rio movie! – Bali Bird Park (2 hours)

If your little one is a fan of the movie “Rio”, you might want to check out Bali Bird Park. This is where you get to step into a bird kingdom. In here, it’s a world full of spectacular birds and a tropical paradise!

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Bali Bird Park

Price: From Rp. 346,500 per adult (Approximately USD $25); Rp. 173,250 per child (Approximately USD $12.40)
Address: Jl. Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir Singapadu, Batubulan, Kec. Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 299 352; +62 811 3883 388 (WhatsApp)
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 9am-5.30pm

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(From USD $20 for foreign adult / USD $10 for foreign child)

Settle down for lunch at this colourful haven! – Alam De Ubud (2 hours)

Alam De Ubud is a happy and colorful place where you and your family can spend the whole day relaxing in the sun, on the colourful beanbags, swimming (yes, they have a pool!) and drinking fresh juices.

You can gaze at the rice paddies and snooze in the hammocks while safely letting your kids run around on the manicured lawn or have some good old fun on the swings.

We’ve heard they have some killer traditional Indonesian Nasi Campur, or for the hungry Daddies among us, go for a plate of ribs!

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Alam De Ubud

Price range: Rp. 15,000 – Rp. 60,000 (Approximately USD $1.06 – $4.24)
Address: Bangkiangsidem Village, Jl. Bangkiang Sidem, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Coordinates here
Contact: +62 361 908 0176
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 10 am – 10 pm

Sign up your prince and princess for an afternoon tea – Biku Bali (1 hour)

Are the little ones feeling hungry between lunch and dinner? Don’t miss on signing up for an afternoon high tea session at Biku Bali! They have a dedicated child-friendly tea time with exciting and delectable little treats for your mini ones – both sweet and savoury! Now your kids can be mini adults with their own cute miniature versions of the snacks, with delicious cakes and scones stacked up high on tiered plates!

Once done, they can keep themselves busy with some fun games and colouring books or drop by the cafe’s very own bookshop!

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Biku Bali

Price:  Traditional Afternoon Tea at Rp. 150,000 (Approximately USD $10.70) per pax; Asian High Tea at Rp. 250,000 (Approximately USD $17.80) per couple; Children’s Tea Time Rp. 45,000 (Approximately USD $2.20)
Address: Jalan Petitenget 888, Seminyak Badung, Bali, Indonesia 80361
Contact: +62 851 0057 0888
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 8am-11pm
High tea: Mon – Sun 11am-6pm


Get a whole pool to yourselves! – Danoya Villa (1 hour)

So many villas in Bali but Danoya Villa is definitely a jewel in the crown when it comes to family-friendly options! It’s not only affordable, but also has various villa categories ranging from two to five bedroom options for families. What’s more, the villas here come with a private pool so you are guaranteed with privacy for your whole family!

Best yet, you’re located smack bang along the famed Jalan Batu Belig, closed to a bunch of shops and restaurants, yet it is very quiet and peaceful.

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Danoya Villa

Rates: From USD $130 for 2-bedroom villa (Approximately Rp. 1,853,767)
Address: Jl. Batubelig No. 559, Seminyak, Kerobokan Kelod, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 473 5305; +62 819 1376 0650 (Whatsapp)

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Have dinner and play fun games at the circus! – Shooters Bali (2 hours)

Every kids’ dreams come true at Shooters Bali – a fun park-style cafe with popping carnival vibes invite kids to have an exciting time at their mini-golf course while adults can chug down some icy fresh Bintangs!

You’ll feel the nostalgia of not being a kid anymore as you relive memories with some fun games – besides their mini-golf, you’ll get to play table tennis, basketball hoops, foosball and capture moments at the photo booth.

Oh and can we get a “HELL YEAH” for their enormous cotton candy and giant set of Jenga?!

Note: All games are free except for the mini-golf.

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Shooters Bali

Price range: Mains from Rp. 60,000 (Approximately USD $4.30); Drinks from Rp. 40,000 (Approximately USD $2.80)
Mini golf: Rp. 30,000 per person (Approximately USD $2.19)
Address: Jl.Petitenget No.43D Kuta Utara, Badung, Bali, 80361
Contact: +62 858 5877 5235(Whatsapp); +62 361 934 2035
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 2pm-12am
Happy hour: Mon – Sun 5pm-7pm
Golf tournament: Wed 7pm

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Day 3

Have fun at Asia’s #1 waterpark, a unicorn cafe and more!

We turn your third day in Bali as colourful as a rainbow and we promise you’ll have lots of fun! What you can be sure of is that your kids’ eyes will glow from brunch to dinner time with a whimsical cafe, an exciting waterpark, a unicorn cafe and so much more to look forward to!

Sit down for a funky brunch at Sea Circus (1 hour)

This colourful whimsical cafe sends out some of the best brunch items in Bali, including the ever-so-popular acai bowls, scrambled eggs, burritos, smashed avo and kids’ favorites like waffles, pancakes, churros and more! Personally, I thoroughly enjoyed meals here as the playful decors bring out pure joy for the rest of the day!

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Sea Circus

Price: Mains from Rp. 65,000 (Approximately USD $4.65)
Address: Jl. Kayu Aya No.22, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 738 667
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 7.30am-10pm


Have a blast at this world-class waterpark – Waterbom Bali (3 – 4 hours)

Waterbom didn’t win the title of Asia’s Best Waterpark for nothing! This tropical playground is full of thrilling rides, amazing slides and fantastic attractions that guarantee the best of exciting times for you and your little ones!

A lazy river and surf lessons in the wave pool offer slightly more relaxing activities. One thing for sure is that it’s a whole lot of fun! You’ll think this is all for the kids but even the adults might not want to leave!

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Waterbom Bali

Price: Rp. 495,000 (Approximately USD $35) for adults and Rp. 355,000 (Approximately USD $25) for children  | Rp. 1,565,000 (Approximately USD $111) for a family package (2 adults and 2 children)
Address: Jalan Kartika, Tuban, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
Contact: +62 361 755 676
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun 9 am – 6 pm

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(From USD $35 for adult / USD $25 for child / USD $111 for family package)

This is where all your unicorn dreams come true! – Unicorn Cafe Bali By Brie (1 hour)

Make your rainbow-coloured dreams come true at this magical unicorn cafe. We’ve been to the one in Bangkok and it was like a throwback to childhood so we’re super excited that we can be real unicorn princesses in Bali too.

In here, you can get your full-on unicorn fix with colourful plush toys and pretty murals as you slip in the cutest unicorn onesies and dig in too-pretty-to-be-eaten cakes!

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Unicorn Cafe Bali By Brie

Price: Unicorn cake slices from Rp. 40,000 (Approximately USD $2.90)
Address: Jl. Batubelig, No. 10 A Kerobokan, Petitenget, Seminyak, Bali Indonesia
Contact: +6281 338 539 413
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 9am-9pm


Drop by a family hub that lets you play and dine at sunset – Parklife (3 hours)

If the playground here is called “The Madhouse”, you know your kids are in for an amazing wild time at Parklife. Everyone finds happiness at Parklife – toddlers can escape to an imaginary world at the sensory playroom while all of you can go crazy at the park with water features and a mini beach.

At rest time, why not find shade and settle at their Instagrammable picnic area as you enjoy views of Canggu’s endless paddy fields while the sun sets. They also offer supervised childcare services for when you prefer to enjoy some alone time with a few beers by your side.

The menu at the on-site restaurants is eventually very kid-friendly and comes with healthy options too!

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Price: Single Pass Entry 1 Child from Rp. 150,000 (Approximately USD $10.70) *Each entry includes 2 adults. Additional adult is Rp. 50,000 (Approximately USD $3.57)
Food price range: From Rp. 80,000 (Approximately USD $5.70)
Address: Jalan Raya Uma Buluh, No. 15 Canggu, Bali
Contact: +62 818 0511 3200
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 7am-9pm

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Day 4

Check out Bali’s exciting inflatable playground and turn into little pirates!

Jump up high at this floating playground – Bali Wake Park & Aqualand (1 hour)

If you’re always worried that your kids will get hurt when falling off from the playground, you’ll be glad to know about this inflatable park in the middle of water. In fact, this is Asia’s largest aquatic park and this is where you get to enjoy the exciting floating obstacle course. The activity is open to kids above 6 years old.

Simply run around the water park and see who can make it without tumbling into the water! For older ones, you can give a try to their wake park mounted with an overhead cable system which enables you to excitingly glide across the water surface!

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Bali Wake Park & Aqualand

Entrance fee: From Rp.180,000 per person per hour (Approximately USD $12.80)
Address: Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Benoa No.7X
Contact: +62 361 846 88 66
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 10am-6pm


Alternative: Build sand castles at Nusa Dua Beach (1 hour)

Alternatively, if you’re traveling with younger kids, we’d recommend you to enjoy some time by the beach in Nusa Dua – Bali’s most family-friendly destination. Here, you get to enjoy safe shallow and clear waters. The area also features some amazing food places and resorts!

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Nusa Dua Beach

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Ahoy! Eat the Jack Sparrow way – The Pirates Bay Bali (2 hours)

Seafood is best enjoyed when you get the whole shebang rolled in one – experience it like a little scalawag, aboard a pirate ship overlooking the spectacular ocean!

Drown yourself in their glorious “Pirates Basket”, ideal for sharing – or guzzling alone. The restaurant has perfected the delicate balance of crispy seafood exteriors with interiors so tender and juicy, they almost melt in your mouth!

With a scene straight out of the Pirates of the Caribbean and a kids-friendly menu, you can be sure that your little ones will be the happiest of them all while your hands get dirty with chunks of the freshest seafood!

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The Pirates Bay Bali

Pirates Basket Price: Rp. 550,000 (Approximately USD $40) (Sharing platter for minimum 2 pax)
Address: The Bay Bali ITDC Area Lot C-0 Nusa Dua, Kuta Selatan, Bali 80361
Contact: +62 361 894 8138
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun, 10am – 9pm


Go home and plan your next family vacation!

Sadly, every good trip comes to an end. As you make your way to the airport, why not suggest other trip ideas to your family? We personally recommend you to escape to a safari in the chilly highlands of East Java!

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Best time to travel

  • Bali has a reliable, warm and tropical climate all year round.

  • Temperatures generally linger between 26°C and 28°C, except for places located on higher grounds like Ubud and Bedugul (where it would be more chilly!).

  • The dry season is generally from May to September, and the wet season from October to April.

  • In May, June, September (non-peak period), you will find that prices of accommodation are 30% to 50% cheaper than peak season rates. Plus, you still get great dry season weather most of the time.

  • April and October are great if you enjoy watersports, such as surfing, as the waves are good at this time of year. You might have some refreshing rain showers, but you will also see plenty of sunshine. These are also great months to travel with children as most theme parks and attractions are quieter, and getting around would be less crowded and stressful.

  • Peak season in Bali is July and August, as well as Easter holidays, Christmas and New Year.

Getting around

It’s definitely much more convenient to either stick to the ever-reliable Bluebird taxis, Grab and Go-Jek, or simply opt for reliable car rental options with a driver and/or guide. If you’re absolutely confident about driving in Indonesia, then skip the driver/guide!

1. Our recommendation: Renting a car with private driver

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Klook (with driver)

Price: From Rp. 470,000 per day (Approximately USD $33)

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Note: Book at least 5 hours before your pick up time!

2. For the pros: Renting a car without driver

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Bali Rents Car

Price: From Rp. 250,000 per day (Approximately USD $18)
Contact: +62 821 4481 4888 (Hotline) / +62 812 1280 0880 (WhatsApp)

Travel Budget- Estimated Cost Breakdown

Flight cost:
Travelling from Singapore: SGD $175/ USD $128 per pax (USD $512 for 4 pax)
Travelling from Malaysia: MYR 600 / USD $145 per pax (USD $580 for 4 pax)

Activities (2 adults + 2 children): Approximately USD $240 (calculated based on activities listed, not inclusive of shopping)

Car rental (2 adults + 2 children): Approximately USD $132 (for private car with driver for 4 days)

Total costs for food (2 adults + 2 children): Approximately USD $360

Total costs for hotel (2 adults + 2 children): Approximately USD $420

Estimated Total for 4 pax from Singapore (Flight+Activities+Transport+Food+Hotel): ~ USD $1664 (~USD $416/ SGD $575 per pax)
Estimated Total for 4 pax from Malaysia (Flight+Activities+Transport+Food+Hotel): ~ USD $1732 (~USD $433/ RM 1808 per pax)

Have we convinced you to bring your family to Bali? What’s another destination you can’t wait to see in Indonesia? Let us know below!

PLEASE NOTE: All the above information is correct at the date of publication. If you come across any changes or updates, please let us know and we will update the information accordingly. Thank you!
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