Traveling With Kids To Bali

June 03, 2019 4 min read

For many Australians, a trip to Bali equates to slurping cheap cocktails by the beach in Kuta, dodging banana-crazy monkeys in Ubud and shopping in Seminyak.  Millions of Australians go to Bali each year many for a relaxing family holiday. Here are some tips and links to help you get orangised for your next bali trip.


Hire Baby Equipment

Sit back and relax “” have everything you need for your infant, you do not have to bring strollers, food, Nappies, cots, toys or even car seats. You can hire everything your baby needs and order it before you get  to Bali so everything will be ready in your Villa/hotel room upon your arrival. have all the top leading brands including Heinz, Huggies, Fisher Price, Safety 1st, Grace go and mother care just to name a few. It is a fantastic service which is provided please check out the link


Are you looking for a driver to meet you’re your family needs, we are highly recommend “Secret Bali Tours”, Dwi can be found on Facebook or follow him on Instagram @dwitheflea. Dwi has a 8 seater van with air conditioning and also provides cold face washes and bottled water to cool you down.

Bali secret tours provides airport transfers, day trip, short trips, pick up and drop off to attractions and a great knowledge of amazing places in bali. He is very friendly and will meet all your family’s needs. Dwi has a wife and 2 girls of hes own so he is very helpful with the children and helping with setting up your pram and car seat needs.


Are you needing a babysitter/nanny when you go to bali???

Check out  www.

This service is aims at tourists with children who spend a holiday in Bali. Imagine: wouldn’t it be nice to have this extra freedom to enjoy your holiday, knowing that your children are in the care of a professional, friendly and caring nanny/babysitter. All nannies are experienced in working with foreigners, speak adequately English, and have an impeccable record of customer satisfaction.

The fees for a Nanny and Babysitter Service are a Session Fee of Rp 30,000 per session and an Hourly Fee of Rp 45,000 per hour of service. So, for a full 8-hours single session of service within our Standard Service Area, which is Kuta, Tuban, Legian, Seminyak and Sanur, you’ll pay Rp 390,000. Its worth every penny to be able to have an extra set of eyes on the kids around the pool, out at attractions, walking around the shops or just to leave them so mum and dad can enjoy some much needed time out.


Bali’s Best Babysitting is also another well known Baby sitting service:


Baby supplies are everywhere in Bali no need to pack nappies, wipes, baby food, crackers. Bali really try and cater for Australians and have so many little shop called kwki marts, 24/7 shops which are located on almost every corner. At all these shops you can buy fresh fruit, yogurts, cheese slices, puree baby food, crackers, breakfast cerel, Vegemite, bread, fresh milk, nappies, wipes insect spray,baby creams, sun cream, hats, thongs. These little shops really have all your family’s needs which will make packing so much lighter and easier.

Bail chemists also have childrens nurofune, childrens Panadol, insect spray, sun cream, and most chemists have a chemist out the back and can give antibiotics. All medications and written in Indonesian so listen carefully when they are explaining the dosages to you.


Heavenlee helpful HINTS:

* Turkish Towel can double up as a baby wrap on the plane and also be used by the pool we have both kids and adult sizes and lots of colours available. These can be purchased from

* Visa on arrival is currently US$35 (they also accept $50 AUD, or the equivalent according to the exchange rate, change will be given in IDR). Departure tax is payable if you booked your ticket prior to February 9th (or Feb 25th for Air Asia) and is 200,000 IDR (children under 2 are exempt     from the charge).

*  We  highly recommend to take Mosquito products as there are bad all year round and become worse at sunset and around water. – Wrist bands  and patches can be found from your local chemist warehouse store – check out, which sell creams and candles which will help keep the mosquitos away – There is a 100mls liquid limit when going through the airport this also includes water for baby bottle, after passing customs you can order some hot water from the cafe. – When taking baby formula its so much easier, safer and lighter to take the boxes which already have the formula in packets which is packaged up per serve. 

Most importantly don’t forget your swimwear. Ensure to pack a few pairs of bathers and rash tops and board shorts  or bikini bottoms as kids are always in and out the pool, check out our full range at 

We hope these tips and suggestions help make your bali trip more relaxing and organised. We hope you have a fun and enjoyable time.


Cheers Katie xx

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