My family and I recently enjoyed a beautiful five night adventure to Bali, and if you have read my post you’ll know why we choose to holiday at this sunny island destination time and time again.
There is an endless list of fun and fascinating things to do in Bali, but there are two places that we love visiting as a family.
So now that we are home, and I’ve had countless questions from other Mama’s about my favourite kid-friendly destinations (that parents will love too), I thought why not put together a blog post about it!
Finns Beach Club
This place is phenomenal! With 170m of absolute beach frontage in the popular area of the Berawa surf break, you will never truly understand how huge the space is until you visit Finns Beach Club.
With a choice of four pools, nine bars (including two swim up pool bars), five restaurants and a Sushi Bar, there really is something for everyone.
Located only 10 minutes from Seminyak, Finn’s Beach Club is an unmissable destinations for couples and families alike.
Entry is free, however in my opinion, securing a day bed is a must. Beds can be booked online or on arrival, and prices vary, however, your fee for the day bed is redeemable for food & drink throughout the venue, making it more than worth it to book a daybed for the day.
Visitors to Finns can choose from a variety of areas to lounge including single and double day beds on the white sandy beach, party beds located directly inside of the lagoon pool, a party platform at the Gazebo Pool which is perfect for families, or the adults only lounge located at the 41 metre VIP Oceanfront infinity pool.
We loved the ocean front daybed we chose, but based on the delicious food being enjoyed in the lawn-area lounges, this would be my pick for future trips.
Just like everyone else who has and will visit Finns Beach Club I was totally in awe of its beauty. The bamboo structure is extremely open giving everyone an incredible view of that picturesque sunset. Finns Beach Club’s opening hours, location and other details can be found on their website.
NOTE – Entry is free however I recommend booking a daybed based on the details above.
For more information visit The Finns website, Facebook or Instagram.
While I had heard of Finns Beach Club prior to our trip, I had never heard of the Finns Recreational Club, and I was blown away with this playful wonderland.
As into the club grounds, you instantly feel relaxed, knowing that your little ones are going to be entertained for hours!
There are so many opportunities for fun at the Finns Recreational Club and e checked most of them, so I feel fully qualified to give you a rundown of my top six must visits for families ….
Splash Water Park
The Splash Water Park, a water play park perfect for all ages and was definitely the highlight of our visit to Finns Recreation Centre centre.
Each of us had a great time swimming in the pool and hitting the slides.
And I have to warn you, there’s endless amounts of fun to be had for big and little kids alike. Ryan and I had SO MUCH fun on some of the ‘big kids’ slides.
There is also a bar and restaurant located just next to the waterpark, with staff on hand to serve you to your own sun lounger (heaven).
This place was such massive hit with the kids, that we wished we’d had time to go back again! We felt like we were onto such a parenting win by spending our time there.
A huge indoor trampoline centre full of fun for children and adults alike, this was my husband Ryan’s pick of activities at the centre.
A super cool bowling alley that also serves drinks and food. We enjoyed some family friendly competition after checking out Bounce, it’s located just upstairs.
Cubby House Kids Club
A play centre where you can leave your children to have fun with toys all while being supervised by the clubs beautiful staff. We left Ari and Chloe in the Cubby House, allowing us to spend some quality couple time together, while knowing the kids were having a blast too!
After dropping the kids to the Cubby House we headed for Bistro C to enjoy a drink and some dinner. The food was delicious, and there was a lovely variety of drinks.
Body Temple Bali
The perfect place to visit while the kids enjoy the Cubby House for an incredible couples massage. It was seriously amazing to step into the tranquil setting of the spa and slip away from ‘mummy travel mode’ for a moment. The therapists were very kind and accommodating, making our experience a special one, from choosing our oils to the delicious tea we drank after our massage was over.
Finns Recreational Club’s costs, opening hours, location and other details can be found on their website. For more information visit their website, Facebook or Instagram.
Now that you have heard all of the fun filled ways you can entertain your children and yourself at Finns Beach Club and Recreation Centre, it’s time to book those flights and get packing!