Kids clubs and playgrounds in Bali

Gardens Kids Club Bali

The number one question before we travel to Bali is what things to do in Bali with Kids? We often find when staying in villas or hotels in Bali without kids clubs, that the kids love playing at the different play centres that are available to everyone.

They love the interaction with other kids and they make great friends. Bali resorts with kids clubs can be expensive but the following options can help to find something to do if you choose to stay in a villa or cheaper hotel. Most mentioned below would suit younger kids under 6 years but check out the websites to see if they might suit your older kids too.

As is the case in Australia, be sure to take socks with you to indoor play centres or they can be purchased quite cheaply at each place.


  • Peekaboo

    Such a great place in Sanur for young kids to have some fun in air conditioned comfort. The on site cafe does good coffee and snacks with free Wifi making it a great place to let the kids run wild for a couple of hours. I was really impressed with the cleanliness of the place with hand sanitiser and temperatures checked with an ear thermometer on arrival.

Mason enjoying his time at Peekaboo play centre in Sanur
Peekaboo Play Centre
Charlotte at Peekaboo the first time in 2012

The Garden Kids Club in Canggu is a fabulous place to leave the kids in very capable hands for a couple of hours. Charlotte loved playing in the indoor space and we returned on the Saturday to explore the outside area. The on site cafe Sprout also has delicious food and Wifi.

Gardens Kids Club indoor
Charlotte having a great time in the inside area
Gardens Kids Club
Exploring in the outside area of the Garden Kids Club
Gardens Kids Club
Charlotte loving the mud kitchen at the Gardens Kids Club

Back in 2013 when the Cubbyhouse kids club was located at Semara Resort, Charlotte had a fun couple of hours playing and painting. It has since moved to Canggu Club and is a great indoor option for kids aged 2-12yrs. Kids under 2 are allowed but must be accompanied by a parent and not a nanny.

Cubby House Kids Club
Art area at Cubby House Kids Club


An early learning centre catering for 15 mths to 6 years, Anak Atelier is located in Uluwatu so a taxi or driver would be needed. Check their website for times that the playground and kids club is open.

The Anak Atelier
Gorgeous rainbow over Anak Atelier (photo supplied)

[email protected] is located at Sheraton Kuta Resort and is open to non hotel guests who spend at least around $35aud at Shine Spa. Featuring an outdoor water area and other fantastic aspects of a hotel kids club this is one to check out.

Play Sheraton Bali
Outdoor area at Play Sheraton Kuta Bali (photo supplied)

Check out Cheeky Monkeys for daycare in 2 locations Sanur and the Sofitel Resort Nusa Dua. Bookings are required at Sanur.

Cheeky Monkey Bali
Playground at Sanur Cheeky Monkeys (Photo from Cheeky Monkeys)

A playcentre located next to Cheeky Monkeys in Beachwalk Mall Kuta. The kids can have a play and also have access to the playground through Cheeky Monkeys.

Minapolis Play Centre
Great indoor area of Minapolis Play Centre

A daycare centre north of Seminyak where kids between 6 months and 5 years can go to learn and play. Check out their website for details.

Umalas Kids Club
Outdoor area at Umalas Kids Club

Located in Seminyak, Spice is for kids 14mths to 5 years. They do take casual enrolments but make sure to contact them through their website to see what availability is like.

Spice Learning
Outdoor area with pool at Spice Learning

Located a 10 minute drive south of Ubud this International primary school also excepts casual visits. Check out their website to contact them to secure a spot.

Pelangi School
Pelangi School natural outdoor area


Would love to hear of any other great options that you have visited or have heard of. Email me or message at Facebook or Instagram.

Kate xx




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