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It is an archipelago of luxuriant jungle, terraced rices, exotic sandy shores, reefs, bustling cities with lots of characters and the most sincere human beings. The first time we went to Bali with a baby was in 2015, when our daugther Esmé was nine month old and had the most surprising time. Esmé and Quinn recently came back to Bali with us, so we have published many more stories about traveling with children in Bali that you can find here.
At first we remained in Jimbaran before we moved to Legian, Ubud and Nusa Lembongan Island. In Bali there are many other places that we have not yet researched and are looking forward to in the near term! Where you can find the "all important" baby articles!
Arriving in the night, we made our way to the shore for supper. When we got there it was darkness, but the whole shore shone with lights on the hundred eating desks lying in the sands. Enjoy your supper on the shore with chill-out melodies and a glass of cold water in this automated vacation game!
It' all pretty soft, so it felt good to be in that mood with a baby. We also have a number of portable stands that prepare sandwiches on the beaches, my favorite being the BBQ'd maize on the piston. As everywhere on Bali, meals and beverages are very inexpensive. Definitely I was a bit anxious about what Esmé would be eating, especially after I heard the saying "Balibauch" and the fact that the eating is very different.
I' m glad to inform you that none of us have a Bali stomach. We' ve recently returned to Jimbaran, take a look at Jimbaran with children to get more detailed advice on Jimbaran. It has several outdoor pool areas and a small pub overlooking the sea. The Legian is located in the same area as the infamous Kuta Strand, which is most loved by windsurfers by day and by participants by dark.
There were many anticipated thoughts about Kuta, but it was actually quite nice to be on the shore. This is probably the most devastated place in Bali in view of massive tourist traffic, so I wouldn't be spending much on it. But if you're after surfing class, it's a good first.
Surfboard hire is £3 for the whole afternoon and can be found anywhere on the shore. Many places on the shore where you can get some shadow for the little ones. There were no too big ripples in the shoals, so it was good for the baby to take a bath. Kuta beaches are fantastic for sunsets!
Watch out for the bat, which can often be confused with the swallow that pollutes the skies at night. For four whole nights we lived in Ubud, in the centre of Bali. In the Uma Sari Cottages we stayed away from the highway. It is such a sweet little place and in a great position, which has some quieter little eateries and other accommodations along this street.
The first time we came to Ubud we thought that four evenings could be too much, but every single night we found something new and astonishing. But Ubud draws many Yoga students because of the many treatments that take place there. At Ubud you will find several hundred spas and massagesalons. Most places don't want you to have a baby.
Only when you went to Ubud were you in the monkey forest! The place is totally wonderful, but I'm not sure if you can record everything at this hour for afraid of being attacked by one of the apes. As far as I could see, the primates only hopped on those with a banana, so I took the baby out of the stroller to look at it.
Several different strolls through the terraced rices behind the busy Ubud roads. This is the best one coming from the extreme northeast point of the highway. Along the route there are many cabins that sell groceries, beverages, arts and craft. It' s such a cool and quiet place, where only one or two people pass by from time to time.
It' s a small and bumpy road, like many others in Ubud, so you definitely want your baby carrier and not a stroller. The last few day of our journey to Bali with a baby we took a speedboat from the continent to Nusa Lembongon, a small 45 minute islet.
Well, the tempo of living is much lower than in Bali. I' d say it's the ideal place for young family. Yeah, we used to live at the Bay Shore Huts. A problem with Lembongan is that there were no real streets on the isle. Every tourist came around with the roller as there were no automobiles on the isle and yes, I have seen many who were out with their baby.
The Mushroom Bay is a really lovely place to relax. Its waters are crystalline and there are some lovely beacheside pubs and eateries. Sundown's probably one of the best I've ever seen. The majority of Lembongan's inhabitants come to Lembongan for its famous windsurfing, scuba and snorkeling. You can do many charters, but this would not suit a baby and they are also a bit overpriced.
Found a fellow with a beautiful boot on the shore who takes us to a good snorkeling area. Me and my man took turns snorkeling while the other had baby responsibilities. When it comes to sandy shores and tourists, Kuta often gets poor publicity. Although it is one of the most built-up and westernized places in Bali, we have greeted some of the famous stores in the shopping area.
But after traveling for ten month we had to refill the most important things for babies like baby games. Kuta is a very good place for the international airports, although we prefere to spend the night in less touristy parts of Bali. During the Bali dynasty we spent the last two days before our 7am morning plane ride from Denpasar International Airports.
It is a particularly family-friendly place. There is a children's pool for the little ones, a children's playground with various age-appropriate children's playgrounds and children's playgrounds. Local restaurant are very hospitable with all kinds of dishes for the little ones. They had all the basics from snacks to baby mash.
It is only a stone's throw away from a really beautiful and peaceful part of the shore. If not, you sometimes have to choke your way out of a meal and go, which is not so pleasant. On the Bali peninsula there are two large super market chain stores, Hypermarket and Carrefour. You also have baby-specific groceries. Not much more I have seen than the Heinz and Heinz Reiscracker cups.
Bringing baby foods means you anticipate that it will take longer to get through the goods and explain the way out. A ticket price to Ubud, for example, should not exceed 300,000rp and Jimbaran 50,000rp. The Matta Restaurant, Ubud - excellent value for money cuisine. Eating's astonishing, still cheap, but a little nobler, say.
warung 99, Nusa Lembongon- THEE BEST MI GORENG by far! Did you go to Bali with a baby?