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Bali’s World Class Beach Clubs Are Increasingly Family Friendly 

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Bali is proudly a family-friendly tourist destination. Famous and welcoming to everyone, the Island of the Gods is loved by families, especially those with young children looking for a safe, accessible, and, most of all, enjoyable getaway in the sun.

Bali is also increasingly famous for its world-famous beach clubs. Typically catering to party lovers, some of the island’s beach clubs are focusing more and more on family-friendly experiences. 

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Bali’s biggest beach club also just happens to be the biggest beach club in the world. Atlas Beach Club is about to celebrate its one-year anniversary, and the venue has taken the entertainment scene in Bali by storm.

Known for hosting world-class parties and being home to one of the biggest food courts in Bali, Atlas Beach Club is also positioning itself as a leading destination for families looking for a fun and memorable place to spend a day on vacation. 

Atlas Beach Club has also been given the seal of approval by Indonesia’s Tourism Board, Wonderful Indonesia.

The venue was also recently visited by the Minister for Tourism and Creative Economies, Sandiaga Uno, who shared his praise for the beach club’s impact on the tourism sector in Bali and the local community.

Known as Bali’s number-one destination and the largest one-stop entertainment center, Atlas Beach Club is part of Atlas Beach Fest.

This huge complex is home to everything families could wish for in an exhilarating day out in Bali.

There is a continuous rotation of activities for children at Atlas Beach Fest, ranging from face painting to craft workshops.

There are waterslides great for all ages and plenty of delicious delights to explore at the culinary ground. 

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But Atlas is not the only family-friendly beach club in Bali; there are dozens of fantastic days out for families with little and not-so-little children.

Flamingo Beach Club is a vibrant and vibey beach hangout for families in Bali. Located along the stunning Gianyar coastline at the little-known Saba Beach, Flamingo Beach Club is a must-visit for families in Bali.

Designed with families in mind, tourists can look forward to having their every need catered for at Flamingo Beach Club.

The team is highly attentive, incredibly kind, and clearly loves being part of making tourist’s vacation memories in real time.

There is a huge play area for children and a stunning swimming pool, and Flamingo Beach Club even puts on special activities at the weekend, like face painting.

Titi Batu in Ubud may not be a beach club, but this day club is the perfect day out for all the family. In fact, timing a visit to fall on a Sunday is a smart move.

Sunday Funday is not to be missed at Titi Batu. Kids gave access to the family pool, bouncy castles, the wonders of the kid’s room, and even a skatepark that offers equipment for hire.

There is plenty to keep the grown-ups entertained, including a gym, yoga classes, spa, sauna, and steam room. The food at Titi Batu is pretty impressive too. 

Back to the coast and to the far south of Bali, families looking for an epic day out should look no further than Sundays Beach Club.

It could be said Sundays is a little better for families with tweens and teens, but the beach club is the perfect family-friendly beach club in Uluwatu whatever age the kids are.

Not only do guests have access to a private stretch of beach, but the use of stand-up paddle boards, kayaks, and snorkeling equipment is included in the entry fee.

Sundays Beach Club is particularly good for families as there are always two lifeguards on duty who keep a close eye on everyone in the water and on the beach.

The staff at Sunday’s Beach Club are famed for being some of the most friendly and welcoming people in Bali’s hospitality sector and go above and beyond time and time again to ensure that tourists have a memorable day out. 

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Thursday 3rd of August 2023

Why not mention what a "family day at Atlas" will cost? 10 Juta, 15 Juta, 20 Juta? Sounds like desperation if families are now the target group.

These clubs makes life miserable for hundreds if not thousands of people living in their area. A disgrace that politicians allow these to operate next to residential areas. It just shows the disregard and cynicism among the elite.


Sunday 3rd of September 2023

@Exp, Agree totally, if only something could be done about the noise.


Wednesday 2nd of August 2023

We are going to bring our children and let them play on the dance floor till 5am, while we party, drink and do easily accessible drugs all night long. This took so long for Bali to wake up and realize that all families just want to party all night long and have their unattended children be there with them.

petter gleeson

Wednesday 2nd of August 2023

and if you rent a villa within one klm you will not get any sleep just like my daugther and grandson experienced last week


Friday 4th of August 2023

@petter gleeson, As a temporary measure: Use silicone/wax type earplugs (the type used for swimming) -- but then you will not notice if burglars enter.


Wednesday 2nd of August 2023

Bali Sun I'm confused. You publish articles to promote 'indigenous' and natural features. You support in the main Koster's drive appealing to and featuring Balinese values and customs. Yet, this article like some many other advertorials extol the attraction of places that could be anywhere in the world. The only thing Balinese about Atlas, Flamingo, Ubud, Waterbom, Finns...are their locations and staff. Sorry, and the token decorations. You highlight the tourism inequity between the the south and other areas. Yet overwhelmingly you concentrate and publish articles promoting the Sanur, Nusa Dua and Canggu triangle. With apologies to Neil Diamond.... 'Money talks But it don't sing and dance and it don't walk'

Wayan Bo

Wednesday 2nd of August 2023

In translation it means many loud children = kindergarten.