Pirate adventure in Bali
If you are looking for a different setting for a Sunday afternoon with the family, where the kids can play freely while you kick back and relax, pirate bay has it all. This pirate themed restaurant is set on a large area of around 4000m2. The ground is covered in fine sand, and there are tree houses, a pirate ship and tent settings dotted around, as well as picnic tables, nestled under the trees.
Set in the exclusive hotel complex in Nusa Dua, this is a great hideaway, bringing you back to nature, and providing a great space for your children to run around in a safe setting. Situated right next to the beach, they can alternate between swinging between the trees, and swimming in the ocean.
There are various swings set up on the trees, as well as a climbing net and zip line, where the children can play. The restaurant also sets treasure hunts, with a real live pirate that will lead the children searching for the treasure. This is great for children of four years and above and is available on a daily basis. They also offer their space for birthday parties and beach parties. The capacity is up to 1000 guests, which is pretty impressive.
We went there for the afternoon, with children ranging in age from 7 to 14, and they all found ways to entertain themselves while we sat in the shade and enjoyed food and drinks from the extensive menu. The setting lends itself to photography, and there were several photo shoots being performed during the day.
The restaurant is open every day from 10am until 10pm, and serves both Eastern and western food.
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