Amankila, a kid-friendly resort

Written by AWI. Posted in Hotels Update

Amankila Bali

The setting and facilities of this Bali resort make it an idyllic playground for children.

Amankila is a luxury seaside resort in the regency of Karangasem, Bali’s most traditional regency. Its ideal location plus its numerous kid-friendly facilities makes it the perfect venue for family holidays.

Amankila’s beach, its beach club, and the coconut grove make the resort an idyllic playground for the children.

The little Aman guests can take part in numerous activities, from mini football to morning cruise and a daily picnic on the lawn of the coconut grove at 3pm. These activities also provide the chance for the young guests to make friends with other children.

The more adventurous kila kids can go hiking over river bridges, through jungles, over rice fields into an ancient village.

Or learn a bit of culture through Balinese dancing classes conducted by Ibu Kadek Suryani, a professional Balinese dancer from a local village who teach the kila kids the basics of traditional Balinese dance. The children will be dressed in Balinese dancing costumes.

In Bali, little girls are taught to make offerings such as canang from a very young age. The resort extends an invitation to the kila kids to join these girls in learning to make offerings.

And for those who would rather spend their time within the resort there is the library with a wide selection of English children books, from modern popular books such as Harry Potter to children’s favourite Balinese stories, as well as DVDs. Colouring books with Balinese traditional stories are also available in the resort’s shop and gallery.

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