Travelling is a rejuvenating bliss, and one’s travel is much more fun and interesting with kids. Ninety percent of a child’s brain is developed in their early years of childhood. What would be better than leaving themselves in arms of the mother nature, so that they grow up with every ounce of adventure and the fortune of eternal bliss and love that mother nature has to offer? If you are able to align your thoughts with ours, you can not restrict to explore all the places to visit in Mas, Bali with Kids and have a splendid outing.
Be your child’s best friend and indulge in all the fun let yourself loose in Bali premier and South Asia’s one of the best water parks. Enjoy world-class slides and water sports in Bali with your kids and spend a day worth a lifetime! Let your kids have fun with the waves! Take them to one of the most reputable schools for surfing. There are courses for children below 13 years of age. Let them learn and splash! Ubud monkey forest is a soothing sight for sore eyes. What is better than a natural forest along with grey, long-tailed macaques? Let your kids explore the life beyond the concrete jungle that we live in. Watching monkeys swinging through canopies, feeding them
bananas, and walking on a pathway with a natural forest surrounding you, your little kids and your family will rejuvenate you in the most adventurous way! These days, it has become imperative that we let our children explore different cultures and various startling forms of art and acknowledge their beauty. Therefore, we suggest you tag your kids along to an exquisite temple, Empul and let your kids them know about the traditional tale of, ‘Dharma’ against ‘Adharma’.
Tourists consider Bali as a year-round destination due to its amazing weather throughout the year but the best time to visit Mas, Bali is recorded during the months of April to October, which is regarded as the dry month. One may take advantage of cool wind blowing due to the low humidity, light raindrops and a lot of sun to get you suntanned. The months July and August will be a little heavy on your wallet as the tourist’s number increases to a large extent due to Easter. The wet months may experience heavy rainfall which is not suitable for a trip. Make sure you mark the dates on your calendar before planning a trip to Mas, Bali.
Places To Visit In Mas, Bali With Kids
There are many places to visit in Mas, Bali with Kids. Mas offers some of the most ravishing places to visit and spend your time with your little ones. Scroll through and chalk down all the places and include them in your travel plans.
1. Monkey Forest
It is also recognized as ‘Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary’. The sanctuary is opened for visitors from 8:30 in the morning until 6:00 in the evening. The monkey forest is situated in the Padangtegal village. The forest has an economical, spiritual, educational importance for the village. The forest is home to more than 700 monkeys and 186 species of trees. As the name suggests it is a very beautiful place. Explore this beautiful place, don’t tease the monkeys and run when you are chased by them.
Location: Monkey Forest, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali
2. Tegenungan Waterfall
If it is a hot and humid day in Ubud then you can go to the Tegenungan Waterfall which is just 10 minute to the South of Ubud. The waterfall is located in a small valley. You can enjoy a swim in the pool at the bottom of the waterfall and wander around the gorge. The waterfall is surrounded by dense greenery and the volume of the water in the waterfall is quite impressive throughout the year. The water volume increases during the monsoons, that is, October to April. It is not advised to go to the waterfall during heavy rainfall due to the danger of flash floods.
Location: Jalan Ir. Sutami, Kemenuh, Sukawati, Kemenuh, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
Timings: 6:30 am to 6:30 pm.
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3. Goa Gajah
It is a temple located in a small village called Bedulu, out of Ubud. It is just 10 minutes’ drive away from the downtown area of Ubud. Goa Gajah means ‘Elephant Cave’. It is a very large temple. It takes almost an hour to explore the whole temple. You will enter the temple through the hollow mouth of a demon. Inside the temple, you will find the incomplete relics of a lingam, (a symbolic representation of the Hindu God Lord Shiva), and his female equivalent the Yoni. There is also a statue of Lord Shiva’s son, Lord Ganesha.
Location: Raya Goa Gajah, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Timings: 7:30 am to 7:00 pm
4. Agung Rai Museum Of Art
Not exactly hot on the tourist map of Bali, the Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) is more than just an art gallery. If you are forced indoors because of the rains in Bali in October, ARMA can be a pleasantly surprising experience. The exquisite taste of the local culture and the love for Bali is quite apparent in Agung Rais collection of historical items. Spread over more than 5 hectares, ARMA is also the venue for loads of cultural performances, and there is a boutique hotel here and also a botanical garden.
Entry Fees: INR 283
Timings: 9 AM – 6 PM
Best Known: Agung Rais collection of historical items
We are never too busy to find time to spend with our little ones, it is always important to give time to our children, they are at a crucial stage of their life and deserve all our attention and love for a strong base. Holidays give us a reason to escape from our work and come close to our loved ones, now when you already know about all the places, what are you waiting for? Be the best parent and plan a trip to Bali and explore all the places to visit in Bali with kids for an exciting getaway.
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