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Seminyak Kids activities

Had enough shopping, eating and lounging?! Now it’s time to look at what to do in Seminyak with kids? Here are some down town Seminyak family activities for the tribe. From the pool to Seminyak kids clubs and beach action there are some great Seminyak kids activities to enjoy. Here are some down town Seminyak family activities for the tribe.

Kuta Surf

Surf lesson

There are several great surf schools on the beach from Kuta through to Seminyak. Such a fun way for the family to be active together in the water! Check out Santai Surf, Rip Curl or Quicksilver for some quality coaching.

Seminyak Market

Seminyak Market

The Seminyak Square market and the more extensive Flea markets near the entry to The Oberoi Hotel are a fun way to shop! The prices are not fixed and highly inflated, so bartering is part of the experience.

Seminyak Cooking Class

Cooking Class

Nia Café is at the back of the Seminyak Flea market and offer Balinese cooking classes. They are casual and fun, with the group clasees suitable for kids 8 years and above. If you would like a private cooking class in your Villa, they can also arrange. A great activity for the whole family.

Balinese Dance Seminyak

Balinese Dance

The public can also enjoy the natural stone amphitheatre at the stunning Oberoi hotel. Here traditional Balinese dance performances are bi-weekly. You can pay to watch the performance only, or choose to dine at the candlelit restaurant. An authentic and tasteful cultural experience.

The Amphitheatre is open in the evenings. Please contact The Oberoi, Bali for more information.


Tilo Kids Club

Tilo Kids Club is the largest kids club in Seminyak, spanning a whopping 300 square metres. It is an imaginative space specially created for kids to have endless amounts of fun. Led by a team of qualified mentors, the Tilo Kids Club provides artistic, educational and fun activities for children aged 4 to 12,  with music, games, Balinese arts & crafts and baking. Children below 4 years old will need to be accompanied by an adult guardian. In addition, Tilo Kids Club houses a playroom which is equipped with a PS3 and Wii which the older kids appreciate. It is all indoors, but a safe and clean space for the kids to play while adults enjoy some shopping, massage or much needed adult time!  Tilo Kids Club is open to the public and hourly rates apply. There is also a membership rate that you can enquire at the resort about.



This iconic beachfront venue devotes Sunday mornings to the little ones, staring from 9am. With a kids menu, free jumping castle, arts and crafts and fun activities. Bring your swimmers for an ocean splash and rinse off in the pool any day of the week. Sundays at Ku De Ta have become a family institution in Seminyak, open from 8am for hungry tummies!

Mrs Sippy


Mrs Sippy is like a beach club, without the beach! A fantastic lagoon style salt water swimming pool complete with palm trees, sand and lounge chairs. There is an old school diving platform and a great café menu! Kids are welcomed but we would say the mornings are more family-friendly  and the afternoon can be a more adult only pool party atmosphere. Head down for breakfast, lunch and a jump! They also have swings and sweet playground area! We recommend checking the web site for any events and reserving in advance! There is an entrance fee of approximately $10.



Shooters is a spot with a difference on stretch of Jalan Petitenget.
With a fun little mini-golf course, mini basket hoops, axe throw, giant jenga,
shooting to ping pong, Shooters has a game for just about anyone. The blue, red
and white décor is all about sideshow alley and the fun of the fair. A great little
activity the kids will love. Serving casual foods & drinks.

La Plancha

La Plancha

This Spanish inspired beach café / sunset bar is right on the sand of Seminyak, on the border of Legian. With it’s stretch of colourful bean bags and Balinese umbrellas, it’s a great spot for late afternoon splashing about and enjoying some drinks and snacks. Who doesn’t love family dinner at the beach, Bali style!


Waterbom Bali

Not actually in Seminyak, but worth the trip down to Kuta for waterslide lovers! The park has plenty of thrill-seeking rides as well as a splash zone for younger children and babies, lazy river for those wanting to relax with a good food selection and areas to rest poolside.
It’s a big day out for everyone, and for many, a must-do year on year!

suka sunset beach club

Suka Sunset Beach Club

 This Seminyak beach club is on the walk way that connects Seminyak with Legian and onto Kuta. In a great location right on the beach with a tropical pool, beanbags, and a great thatched roof bar. Open for lunch and dinner and a great way to enjoy the waves and sand of Seminyak beach in style.


beach walk kuta

A day at the mall can be a great option for a day out of the sun or weather. A short drive down to Beach Walk offers fun options for the whole family. With a great cinema with affordable Gold Class tickets, a range of shops and cafes, a ginormous lolly shop Candilicious, indoor playground Miniapolos and more. Also home to Zara, H&M and Sephora for any holiday shopping top ups. The roof top area overlooks the ocean at Kuta Beach too.

mall bali galeria

ice skating at mall galleria

Perhaps not what you first had in mind for your tropical holiday, but Bali is full of surprises! This mall has an ice-skating rink that is a nice option for active kids and tweens wanting to do an activity. Located on Sunset Road with several shops and a cinema also.