Here at Bali Kids Guide we’re always willing to seek out information to make our blogs better. So when Club Med Bali invited us to come experience a day at their resort we said “absolutely”, and got our swimmers ready! 

Club Med is an international chain of all-inclusive resorts, with an amazing reputation for their guest activities and fantastic facilities. Knowing this, it was no surprise to find that their Nusa Dua is absolutely gorgeous and filled happy holiday makers. Read on to find out all the cool things we did with our Day Pass at Club Med Bali. 

We’re also going to give you the run down of the choices of passes you can get to make the most of your time and inclusions while you’re at the resort. 

We arrived in Nusa Dua in time for lunch (although the day pass actually starts from 10am) and delved into the massive lunch buffet. There was everything from salads, pizza, pasta, Indonesian, Japanese…I could keep listing forever. The kids loved the coloured trays and of course the ice cream selection for (lunch) dessert. 

After lunch we headed to the main pool, where we found a lovely cabana to hang out in and let our food settle. The pool is huge and not so deep, so we swam and relaxed under the shade of the over-pool canopies. 

We also wandered down to the beach where the sand is powdery soft and spotlessly clean. Non-motorized watersports like kayaking and paddle boards are included in the price of the day pass and there is a resort watersports station where you can get info and all the gear. 

Other sports like tennis, golf and squash are also included in the pass. My Sunday was being reserved for laziness, so I decided against all of this…

For the kids there is a great kids club that caters to ages 4 months to 17 years. It’s split into 4 different groups to ensure everyone gets the attention and care they need. Kids club is included in day passes, but there is an extra charge for under 4’s. 

My kids wanted to play in the pool and on the beach but did join in with the family carnival-style games in the afternoon. It was really fun, well organized, and they even won little prizes. 

The games were right next to the trapeze school, which was great to watch. Maybe next time we’ll actually join in! 

There are 4 options for passes to spend time at ClubMed, each one with slightly different inclusions. So have a look below and see which might be best for you and your family. We had a great time not having to worry about a minimum spend, how much drinks or food were, or if the kids were going to get bored. The staff are amazing, the location picture perfect, and we were able to truly unwind for the day. If you live in Bali or are visiting and want a great luxury experience, Club Med Bali is now well and truly Bali Kids Guide approved!

Day Pass

(10 am – 6 pm)

Adults/Kids Rp920,000/550,000

– International Buffet Lunch

– Free Flow Drinks (Alcohol & Non Alcohol)

– 3 Swimming Pools

– Water Sports (Snorkeling, Wind Surfing, Paddle Board, Kayak, )

– Land Sports (Golf, Tennis, Squash, Beach Volley)

– Circus Flying Trapeze & Archery

– Kids Club

– Changing / Shower Room

– Wifi

Afternoon Pass

(2 pm – 6 pm)

Adults/Kids Rp450,000/220,000

– Free Flow Drinks (Alcohol & Non Alcohol)

– 2 Swimming Pools

– Water Sports (Snorkeling, Wind Surfing, Paddle Board, Kayak, )

– Land Sports (Golf, Tennis, Squash, Beach Volley)

– Circus Flying Trapeze & Archery

– Kids Club

– Changing / Shower Room

– Wifi

Evening Pass

(6pm – 12am)

Adults/Kids Rp1,100,000/660,000

– International Buffet Dinner

– Pre Dinner Cocktails with canapes

– Free Flow Drinks (Alcohol & Non Alcohol)

– Evening Shows
(Circus show, Cabaret, Comedy, Mini Club, Avatar)

– Club Med Party
(White Sensation, Glow Party, etc)

– Night Club

– Wifi

Full Day & Night Pass

(10 am – 12 am)

Adults/Kids Rp1,700,000/1,020,000

– International Buffet Lunch & Dinner

– Free Flow Drinks (Alcohol & Non Alcohol)

– 3 Swimming Pools

– Water and Land Sports Activities

– Circus Flying Trapeze & Archery

– Evening Shows

– Club Med Party

– Night Club

– Wifi