Bouncy fun for your little ones!
Kidsworld is Indonesia’s largest inflatable play centre for kids aged 1 to 12 years and is a lovely, clean, safe space for kids to bounce out some of their excess energy while parents can sit back and watch, or have a coffee and take advantage of the free wifi to catch up on some work.
Parents of little ones will appreciate the thick bouncy foam flooring from wall to wall that’s there to catch any unsteady toddlers, and as nearly everything is inflatable, you don’t need to worry about sharp corners or gaps to fall through in play equipment.
There’s a seating area located right in the middle of the action so you can easily keep an eye on your kids without having to chase them around.
The littlest kids have their own fenced off area with a mini ball pool, tricycles and toddler-sized cars, while the older ones can enjoy the trampoline or the Playstation game room. The main attraction here though is the inflatables, and there is bouncy fun for all ages with inflatables ranging from Spongebob Squarepants to a giant gorilla.
Kidsworld is also a popular venue for children’s birthday parties and when it’s not in use, the party room doubles up as a painting and drawing area.
When your kids start to run out of steam, there’s a basic menu with mie and nasi goreng and a selection of sandwiches on offer. There’s also a small shop selling drinks and snacks.
When we visited in July 2013, work was just starting on a new swimming pool, so hopefully in a few months your kids will be able to cool off with a dip in the pool after all that bouncing around!
If you’d like to have your very own bouncy castle, Kidsworld also offer an inflatable rental service by day or week with delivery and setup.
Open: 10am – 6pm Monday – Thursday, 10am – 8pm Friday – Saturday and 9.30am – 7pm on Sunday
Admission is US $7.50 per child and adults are free.
Kidsworld is open for free to local schools on weekday mornings between 10am and 12pm so if you’d like to avoid busy times, visit in the afternoon or call first to check if a school group has booked.
Socks must be worn on the inflatables and can be purchased at the front desk if you forget to bring a pair.
Reviewed by Rachel, an Ubud based expat, mamma to two little cherubs and blogger, check out her fab blog about her life in Bali here: www.howtoescape.co.uk