If your ready to venture out of your resort here are a few things to do for the kids and to see some culture in Nusa Dua area.
For the kids:
The Pirates Bay
This is a pirate themed restaurant that also has a huge scale model of a wooden pirate ship. They hold 2 treasure hunts a day for children and there are a few other activities they can do there, once you have chosen your treetop spot to sit and eat, you can easily spend several hours there eating and relaxing while the kids play.
This water park has plenty to offer, a great place for the kids which has Water cannons, slides, wheels, ropes, and our giant dump buckets which will keep them entertained all day. you can also hire a privet gazebo, get massages and have a little shop. For a family, it will roughly cost DR 1,435,000.
Or if that’s too far away try
Surf & Turf Bali
Surf & Turf is a waterpark and a beach club, there is a great restaurant, waterslides and a wave rider they are surrounded by loungers where you can relax while the kids run around. The white sandy beach just steps away and the waters are calm and warm, which makes them perfect for the kids.
Bali Camel Safari
Here’s something to do in Nusa Dua with kids that you will all love! At the southern Sawangan coast of Nusa Dua is a Bali Camel Safari, The safari starts with a camel ride from the nearby beach, and ends with a caravan for the whole family!
Bajra Sandhi Monument
Bajra Sandhi Monument is a major landmark in Denpasar, set right in the centre of the Renon Square. Inside the base is a museum that displays various historical dioramas of the people’s past struggle for Independence.
Bali Nusa Dua Theatre
Bali Nusa Dua Theatre Cultural Arts centre is located in the heart of Nusa Dua. It offers regular theatrical stage performances. One performance you shouldn’t miss is the Devdan Show, Treasure of the Archipelago. The Devdan Show will take you through 90 minutes of a visual tour of the Indonesian Archipelago. It features heart-stopping acrobatics and stunning dance choreography. The show runs 4 times per week.
Five different religious places of worship stand harmoniously side-by-side at Puja Mandala. There’s an Islamic mosque, a Catholic church, Protestant church, Buddhist temple, and a Hindu temple
If you feel like watching the awesome forces of nature in action then this is for you, this is where the sea water travels through a small hole in the rock and pushes it up and out blowing it everywhere. Its located – Benoa, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80363