Bali is not just for couples, it's also the perfect place to take the kids. Almost every attraction in Bali is kid-friendly, so the little dudes will never run out of things to do. For a fascinating and educational experience, take the kids to Rimba Reptil (Rimba Reptile Park). Adjacent to the Bali Bird Park, the park features reptiles on display, including an eight-meter reticulated python -- possibly the largest in captivity -- green iguanas, water monitors and crocodiles. An open-air area allows visitors to interact with some of the tamer species. The serpent cave houses a large collection of venomous snakes and the famous Komodo dragons.
Check out Pura Alas Kedaton, a monkey forest temple. Apart from the temple's natural beauty, hundreds of monkeys live in and around the temple grounds. Because of this, the temple is very popular with both local and foreign tourists. The monkeys are very tame and curious about visitors. But hold on to your things -- they like to run off with food and even cameras. In the nearby forest you can witness huge fruit bats hanging from the trees, sleeping through daylight.
Explore the real Bali, join the Bali Nature Land Tours, which promises the traveler the chance to discover the true face of Bali. It offers rice paddy trekking, jungle trekking, mountain biking, horse riding, rafting and cultural tours -- there is something for everyone. Sit back and relax in one of its Volkswagen Safaris or Jeeps and watch as the magic of the island unfold before your eyes. After your adventure you can take a dip in a natural pool followed by a traditional Balinese lunch. The array of kid-friendly things to do in Bali will keep the family busy throughout your stay -- which makes Bali all the more ideal.
Jalan Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir, Singapadu
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Jalan Raya Pantai Kuta
Jalan Eleven Safari Park
Jl. Bypass Prif Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19.8 Gianyar
Ten kilometers from Tabanan City
Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai
No 622 Suwung
Bali Club Aqua, Sekar Menuh Building,
Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai No.5, Sanur, Denpasar
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One kilometer before Ujung, take the
northern road for eight kilometers