Looking for things to do in Canggu with kids? We love staying in Canggu and I often get asked by families for tips on what to do in Canggu. The first thing that always comes to mind is a visit to Finns Club Bali. There is so much to do at Finns that the kids will be very pleased if you choose to stay nearby! On our recent family holiday to Bali we were invited to visit Finns in Canggu on a Super Fun Pass that includes entry to Splash Bali, a hour at Bali Bounce, a hour at Strike Bowling Canggu and entrance to Finns Beach Club. We managed to do 3 out of 4 as we ran out of time to visit Finns Beach Club. We had a fantastic day exploring all that Finns had to offer, for more information on buying tickets or entrance prices check out their website here. We visited back in 2015 and you can find our experience in this post here. If you are interested in reading more reviews on Splash, check out Tripadvisor.
This was our 2nd visit to Splash Bali and the kids had a fantastic time! I really like the fact that it’s easier to keep an eye on younger kids, compared to Waterbom Water Park in Kuta. Another fantastic aspect is that Mason could go on all the water slides except for one. He has just turned 4 years old and measures up at 112cms so could ride all except for the Super Bowl. This made it so much easier rather than the tantrums we had at Waterbom where he could only ride about half of the slides.
The Splash Playground is great for the younger kids to explore and since we visited last time in 2015 they have made the entrance to the lagoon a lot safer as the tiles were quite slippery. The resurfaced area doesn’t include the whole lagoon so there are still slippery parts but the water is deeper so not as much of an issue. The kids spent lots of time at the pool swing having a fantastic time dropping into the water and I loved floating around the crazy creek, yep that’s about my level of rides these days! Hubby mentioned that the Super Bowl and Big Red water slides could do with some maintenance and I was pleased to hear that this is planned soon.
The food was delicious and there was no need to move from our seats as you can order directly from your lounge chairs. I love that they give you a tab card with your number once you give them a credit card as security. We were then able to pay for all the food and drinks at the end, no need to worry about cash. Our nachos were yum and the kids loved their hot dogs and mac n cheese.
This was definitely one of Mason’s favourite activities of the trip! He loves to move and bounce with his eyes wide open when we walked in. The way that it works is on the hour the next session begins. So we arrived at 11am and had until 12pm to bounce. A great range of trampolines and areas for all abilities. Trampoline socks weren’t included in the entry price so if you don’t bring trampoline socks with you they are were 30,000rp per pair which is about $3aud. If you are wanting to regularly go to Bounce during your holiday, they have great deals for multiple sessions so check out their website.
We had so much fun at Strike and who would of thought we would have been bowling in Bali! We visited here first but I do note they have adjusted there opening hours and now open 12pm-8pm. If you don’t want to pay 25,000rp for a pair of socks bring your own. They are well set up for kids with the rolling assist available which was great with Mason. They had a well stocked bar and viewing area with pool tables over Bounce so great for all of the family including Dads! Such a great activity if it gets too hot or rainy outside.
This Canggu Kids Club is great as anyone can use the facilities. If you have younger ones that you don’t think would handle the full day at Splash or they are wanting a space to explore and make things, Cubby House Bali in Canggu is a great pick. I had a quick look through and a chat to the manager about the facilities and was happy to learn that the outdoor area was nearly ready. Kids under 2 are welcome but only if parents stay, they do not allow nannies to stay with the kids. They have some great deals for multiple visits and spa packages with Body Temple Spa.
We highly recommend a day out at Finns Canggu or even better spread your visit over your holiday. If you are keen to see more videos of our time at Finns, come over to our Facebook page where I took live videos throughout our day. If you have any questions please ask away and you can either comment here or send me an email here.
Note: We were guests of Finns Recreation Club and received a family Super Fun Pass. We paid for our own food and drinks including socks to Bounce.