Have your kids always wanted to be pirates? At Pirates Bay Bali, your kids (and you) can be, at least for the day! Pirates Bay is an amazing open-air café and restaurant that looks and feels exactly like a pirate hideout. It’s basically a massive playground and includes a replica of a pirate ship, a lookout tower, and numerous tree houses. If you’re itching to check out Pirates Bay Bali, here’s a number of awesome things you can expect to see:

Giant Bamboo Tree Houses

The tree houses are fit with sturdy bamboo decks so the kids can enjoy an awesome view of the bay from the top of the trees. Don’t worry, these tree houses are big enough for 50 people, so there is tons of room for your little ones to run around.

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Bonfires & Beach Huts

Pirates Bay Bali hosts beaches with complete with bonfires and huts. You can bond with the kids as you trade stories by the bonfire, while cooking ‘smores. Or, hang out by the beach, catching a break from the sun in one of the nearby beach tents.

A Pirate Ship Play Area

The pirate ship is definitely one of the main attractions at Pirates Bay. This old wooden boat has been re-designed to look like a real pirate ship. The ship comes complete with torn sails, a couple of lookout towers and a cool hideaway at the rear. At night, the whole restaurant is surrounded by lit torches, making quite the scene!

A lot of Fun Activities

Pirates Bay is made specifically for kids (and kids at heart)! Fun activities to check out include kite flying rope walks, zip lines, and the hanging bridge course. There’s also a two-hour treasure hunt available. Children ages 4 and up can join the booty hunt. Before joining the hunt, the kiddos will be suited up in pirate gear and sent off to look for the loot. Of course, at the end of the treasure hunt, the lucky winners will open a wooden chest filled with, what else? Gold coins!

A Delicious Menu

You can expect awesome eats at Pirates Bay! The menu consists of western and eastern cuisine. There’s also a separate menu for kids meals and vegetarians. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner. For adults, who simply want to relax as the kids play, they serve beer and cocktails to.

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