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During our recent trip to Bali, we spent the day at Finn’s Recreation Club and Beach Club.  It’s been something I’ve wanted to do ever since it opened as I’ve heard it is a great day out for families.

We thoroughly enjoyed our day at both the Recreation Club and the Beach Club and have provided the below information for anyone else considering

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Where are Finn’s Recreation Club and Finn’s Beach Club

Finn’s Recreation Club and Finn’s Beach Club are in Canggu – but are not actually located together.  While the beach club is located on the beach in Canggu, the recreation club is located 1.5kms inland among the rice fields, just a short walk from the main tourist strip of Canggu.

There is a free shuttle bus that takes you between the beach club and the recreation club.  The bus runs between the two locations all day and you won’t have to wait any more than 15 minutes.

Finn’s Recreation Club

For families, the recreation club is where you will be spending most of your day, as this is where most of the family friendly attractions are.  Across 4 hectares, here you will find the popular Splash Water Park, Bounce Trampoline Centre, Strike Bowling, Body Temple Day Spa, Cubby House Kid’s Club and a bistro.

The recreation club is actually located in two separate buildings across the road from each other.  There is a little buggy that runs between the two buildings – but the buildings really are literally across the road from each other and so it’s much quicker to walk rather than wait for a buggy to transport you across.

The reception to the recreation club, Splash Water Park, the Day Spa and bistro are in one building and Bounce, Strike and Cubby House are in the other.

Splash Water Park

Unfortunately during our visit to Finn’s Recreation Club, Splash was closed for renovations, so we didn’t get to check it out.  However most families say that Splash is perfect for the younger kids as the park is not overly big and most of the attractions are aimed at the younger ones. 

Water attractions include the Splash Playground, a climbing fort, giant water bucket, water cannons and mini slides.  Other slides include the Super Bowl, Big Red and Crazy Creek and for those who want adrenaline pumping slides there is the 5 storey high, 90m long Giant Racer or the Speed Racer.

Splash Water Park is opened daily from 9 am to 6 pm and entry is 400,000 IDR per adult ($42 AUD) and 270,000 per child ($28.35 AUD), with under 3s and over 60 are free.  You can purchase discount tickets from Klook where tickets are 360,000 IDR ($38 AUD) per adult and 243,000 IDR ($25.50 AUD) per child.  Click here to purchase your discounted tickets via Klook.

If you plan on visiting other attractions at Finn’s, you’re better off purchasing one of their passes – see below for more information. 

Cubby House Kids Club

Cubby House Kids Club is open for kids aged for 2 to 12 years and offers a huge variety of things for the kids.  Children under 2 are permitted with adult supervision.  We were travelling with another family and between us had three kids aged 8, 9 and 10 and they all came out of Cubby House just raving about it!!!  All the kids said the staff there were wonderful.

There is one large main room which is split into various zones (such as computers, dress ups, arts and crafts), a separate movie room and a separate toddler room.  Activities on offer include dress ups, Lego, computers, stories, dollhouse, blocks, arts and crafts, movies, karaoke and more. 

On certain days they also hold themed parties such as a dinosaur party or a mermaid party.  These parties offer great value for money as they include 4 hours of play, games and lunch for 300,000 IDR ($31.50 AUD).

You can also arrange for your child to have lunch while at the Cubby House too.  Click here to view the current menu and prices. 

There are a range of price options depending on how many hours or how often you want your child to visit while you’re in Bali – this is perfect if you are staying nearby in Canggu but your property doesn’t have an onsite kids club.  Here are some of the different prices (these prices are net and include all taxes):

  • 2 hours for 175,000 IDR ($18.40 AUD)
  • 4 hours for 350,000 IDR ($36.75 AUD)
  • 6 hours for 430,000 IDR ($45.15 AUD)
  • 5 x 3 hour visits for 180,000 IDR ($18.90 AUD) per visit which includes a snack and drink.
  • 10 x 4 hour visits for 200,000 IDR ($21.00 AUD) per visit which includes a snack and drink.

We popped the kids in Cubby House as soon as we arrived so that we could head down for a relaxing massage.  If you purchase the day passes – I recommend you consider doing the same.

Cubby House is open daily from 9 am to 7 pm.

Bounce Trampoline Centre

On the day we went to Bounce there was no one there and so we had the whole centre to ourselves!  The kids had a ball jumping around and trying out various trips such as flips, and wall jumps as well as the everyone having a very competitive game of dodge ball.

There is a range of different trampolines here so you can just jump or try out a few different tricks.  The staff are great and it’s even just fun watching these guys perform some pretty cool tricks.

You do need to purchase the Bounce socks to enter which cost 30,000 IDR ($3.15 AUD). If you plan on going bowling too – come get your Bounce socks first so you don’t end up buying socks at both as you can wear the Bounce socks bowling, but not the bowling socks to Bounce.

Sessions are either 1 or 2 hour long and must commence on the hour. The cost is 135,000 IDR ($14 AUD) per person per hour.

If you plan on visiting other attractions at Finn’s, you’re better off purchasing one of their passes – see below for more information. 

Bounce is open daily from 10 am and closes at 8 pm Sunday through to Thursday and 9 pm Fridays and Saturdays.

Strike Bowling

If the weather in Bali is poor – escape the heat or rain and go bowling!  Each lane can accommodate up to 6 people and there are even bumpers for the kids.

If your family loves pizza, I can highly recommend having lunch here.  If you do, I can assure you it will be the biggest pizza you’ve ever seen!  Click here to see the current menu and prices.

Prices for bowling is 95,000 IDR per person ($10 AUD) for 1 hour and includes shoes.  If you forget your socks, you can buy a pair for 25,000 IDR ($2.65 AUD) – however see my note above under Bounce re socks.

If you plan on visiting other attractions at Finn’s, you’re better off purchasing one of their passes – see below for more information. 

Strike is open daily from 10 am to 9 pm.

Body Temple Spa

Pop the kids into Cubby House and go get a massage – that’s what we did! 

If you purchase the Super Fun Pass, you will receive 100,000 IRD ($10.50 AUD) voucher to go towards a service – mind you the massages are a bit pricey in terms of Bali prices.  The cheapest massage is a 30-minute massage for 250,000 IDR (excluding taxes) ($26.25 AUD).  However having said – this was the best massage I had during my entire trip to Bali!

Click here to check out the spa menu and prices.

The Body Temple Spa is open daily from 9 am to 7 pm.

Fitness Centre

If you want to work out on your trip and your hotel doesn’t have a gym – Finn’s Recreation Club also has a fitness centre.  We didn’t visit the fitness centre so I can’t comment on what it’s like, but from what I saw it looks great.

The fitness centre has a gym, fitness classes, cycle studio and towels and lockers are available for hire too.

The fitness centre is open daily from 6 am to 9 pm, and entry is 300,000 IDR ($31.50 AUD).  If you plan on visiting other attractions at Finn’s, you can also purchase a pass which includes entry to the fitness centre – see below for more information. 

There are also tennis courts available for hire too.  Click here for more information.

Bistro C Restaurant and Sports Bar

Finn’s Recreation Club also has the Bistro C Restaurant and Sports Bar. Bistro C is open daily from 7 am to 10 pm.  Click here to check out the menu.

Finn’s Beach Club

I had heard so many great things about Finn’s Beach Club, that I have been dying to go there!!  And after my recent visit, it did not disappoint.  Seriously this would have to be one of the coolest places I’ve ever been. 

Of course the main guests at Finn’s Beach Club are the young 20 something beautiful people – but that certainly doesn’t mean it’s not family friendly or that families are not welcome.  We saw a few families during our visit and even people with babies.  In our group – both the kids and the adults equally had a great time.

Ok so let’s get into everything you need to know about a visit to Finn’s Beach Club.

Swimming Pools at Finn’s Beach Club

Finn’s Beach Club has 4 different swimming pools, 2 of which are family friendly and 2 of which are adults only pools.

If you have one of the Finn’s Passes, you are entitled to a day bed per adult at the Club Pool.  If you don’t have one of the passes – you are best to book online prior to coming, as this way you can choose exactly where you sit.

If you do want to head to one of the adults-only areas, you could always drop the kids at the Cubby House Kids Club beforehand – just keep in mind that the Kids Club closes at 7 pm, whereas Finn’s Beach Club closes at 11 pm.

Check out the different pools below:

Club Pool

This is a family friendly pool which looks out over the beach and has a swim-up pool bar. This is the area which is included in the Finn’s passes – see below for more information.

Lagoon Pool

Right next to the Gazebo pool, this pool is an adult only pool and has a swim-up pool bar.

VIP Gazebo Pool

Located towards the back of the property, this is a VIP pool area which is family friendly.  No one was there during our visit so you could have had the place to yourself!

Oceanfront VIP Pool

Located right on the beachfront, this pool is an adult only pool.

Entry Fee at Finn’s Beach Club

It is free to enter Finn’s if you just want to visit a bar or restaurant, however if you wish to have a day bed – which I recommend – there is a minimum spend which is 100% credited towards food and drinks.  You also receive free towels. 

If you have one of the Finn passes – no minimum spend is required.  In many ways, a pass works out far cheaper – even if you don’t intend on visiting all the different attractions included in the pass.  The only problem with the passes is you can’t pre-book a day bed and one is not even guaranteed during busy times.

Given there are only certain areas which are family friendly, I’ve only covered off on these areas in terms of pricing.   The following prices are for groups of up to 6 people (not each) and are subject to 10% government tax and 7% service charge:

  • Club Pool Double Day Bed: For walk-ins, the minimum spend is 3,000,000 IDR ($315 AUD) or 2,600,000 IDR ($273 AUD) for bookings commencing before 3 pm or 6,000,000 IDR ($630 AUD) for bookings commencing after 3 pm.
  • VIP Gazebo Double Day Bed: For walk-ins, the minimum spend is 3,400,000 IDR ($357 AUD) or 3,000,000 IDR ($315 AUD) for bookings commencing before 3 pm or 6,000,000 IDR ($630 AUD) for bookings commencing after 3 pm.  This area also includes morning tea or coffee between 10 am and 12 pm, afternoon tea from 3 pm, unlimited water, sunscreen, cold towels and sunglasses cleaning service.
  • Grazing on the Green: For walk-ins, the minimum spend is 1,250,000 IDR ($131.25 AUD) or 1,000,000 IDR ($105 AUD) for bookings from 3 pm (not available before 3 pm).

While we were in Bali I noticed Finn’s had a 50% off the minimum spend – so be sure to check their social media before making a booking for current deals.

Finn’s is open from 9 am to 11 pm and the above prices allow you to use your day bed for the entire day.

Dining Options at Finn’s Beach Club

There is a huge range of places to eat at Finn’s, from basic poolside snacks to fancy fine dining and everything in between.

Places to eat include:

  • Bondi Bakehouse: Open daily from 9 am to 10 pm and which serves a range of salads, pizzas, steak, fish, pasta, sandwiches, burgers, has a great kids menu and is the only place on site that has a breakfast menu. Click here for the all-day menu.
  • Sushi Bar: Open daily from 11 am to 10 pm and serves all your favourite sushi rolls, sashimi and tempura. Click here for the menu.
  • Mumbai Kitchen: Open daily from 11 am to 10 pm and serves a range of Indian food.
  • St Tropez: which serves Italian and French cuisine. Click here for the menu.
  • Ice Cream Shop – there is also an ice cream shop serving a range of delicious desserts.
  • Grazing on the Green: Pictured above – from 3pm every day you can also order a Mediterranean feast to share on the gorgeous grass area. I saw people eating this and it looked amazing!!!!  Click here for the menu.
  • Rooftop Bar, Lounge and Dining: Open from 3 pm each day – this is an adults-only venue. Click here for the menu.

In terms of paying for everything, when you arrive at Finn’s they give you a number which is on elastic so you can wear it around your wrist.  All you have to do then when you order food or drink is to let them know your number.  Then when you leave Finn’s you just need to pay for anything over your minimum spend.  

Finn’s Passes

Above I’ve listed off individual prices; however in most circumstances, you are best to purchase one of the Finn passes. In most cases, this will work out far cheaper than paying for attractions individually, particularly if you plan on visiting the Finn’s Beach Club which has fairly high minimum spends.

Below I’ve listed the most popular passes for families.

Super Fun Pass

The Super Fun Pass allows you to visit all of Finn’s top attractions.  Included in the Super Fun Pass is the following:

  • Entry to Splash Water Park and one single day bed per adult
  • Use of the 25 m lap pool at Finn’s Recreation Club.
  • Entrance to Finns Beach Club and one single day bed per adult
  • 1-hour Bounce Trampoline session per person
  • 1 hour Strike Ten Pin Bowling session per person
  • 1-hour Cubby House Kids Club session per child (3-12 years)
  • 100,000 IDR voucher per adult for use at the Body Temple Spa
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free shuttle from Finns Recreation Club to Finns Beach Club and return

You have seven days to use your pass, so you don’t have to worry about using everything in the one day.

The cost of the Super Fun Pass is 600,000 IDR ($63 AUD) per adult and 480,000 IDR ($50.40 AUD) per child, with under 3s free.  You can also purchase discounted tickets via Klook with tickets being 540,000 IDR ($56.70 AUD) per adult and 432,000 IDR ($45.36 AUD) per child.  Click here to purchase your discounted Klook tickets.

Bali Day Pass

The Bali Day Pass is great for those that like to keep fit while away.  Included in the Bali Day Pass is the following:

  • Entry to Splash Water Park and one single day bed per adult
  • Use of the 25 m lap pool at Finn’s Recreation Club.
  • Finns Fitness Centre and one fitness class per adult
  • Tennis Centre & 1-hour tennis court rental per person
  • Entrance to Finns Beach Club and one single day bed per adult
  • 1-hour Cubby House Kids Club session per child (3-12 years)
  • 100,000 IDR voucher per adult for use at the Body Temple Spa
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free shuttle from Finns Recreation Club to Finns Beach Club and return

Unlike the Super Fun Pass – this is just a day pass, and so the pass is only valid for the one day.

The cost of the Bali Day Pass is 550,000 IDR ($57.75 AUD) per adult and 330,000 IDr ($34.65 AUD) per child, with under 3s free.  You can also purchase discounted tickets via Klook with tickets being 495,000 IDR ($52 AUD) per adult and 297,000 IDR ($31.20 AUD) per child.  Click here to purchase your discounted Klook tickets.

Bali Day Use Package

This is great for families with a late flight, as you can check out of your hotel and into Finn’s for the afternoon.  They will store your luggage for you and even transport you to the airport.  Included in the Bali Day Use Package is the following:

  • Fitness Centre
  • Use of the 25 m lap pool at Finn’s Recreation Club.
  • Entry to Splash Water Park and one single day bed per adult
  • Entrance to Finns Beach Club and 1 single day bed per adult
  • 1-hour Cubby House Kids Club session per child (3-12 years)
  • 100,000 IDR voucher per adult for use at the Body Temple Spa
  • One cocktail or one beer at Bistro C
  • Luggage Storage
  • 1 Locker per adult and 1 bath towel per person
  • 10% Discount at Bounce Trampoline and Strike Ten Pin Bowling
  • Free shuttle from Finns Recreation Club to Finns Beach Club and return
  • Private Car Transport from Finns Recreation Club to Airport

Unlike the Super Fun Pass – this is just a day pass, and so the pass is only valid for the one day.

The cost of the Bali Day Pass is 550,000 IDR ($57.75 AUD) per adult and 270,000 IDR ($28.35 AUD) per child, with under 3s free.  You can also purchase discounted tickets via Klook with tickets being 495,000 IDR ($52 AUD) per adult and 243,000 IDR ($25.50 AUD) per child.  Click here to purchase your discounted Klook tickets.

Our Tips for Visiting Finn’s

  • Start your day early – there is plenty to do!
  • Note that the Bounce sessions start on the hour – so consider this when planning your day.
  • You are required to purchase the Bounce socks – so I recommend going here first and then reusing the socks for your bowling session.
  • To save money, plan to have lunch at Strike – the family size pizzas here are HUGE and will easily feed the largest of families.
  • Go to Finn’s Beach Club at the end of the day so you can see the sunset – the sunsets are fabulous. However I recommend leaving soon after sunset as the place does turn into more of a nightclub.

Finn’s Our Verdict

Finn’s is absolutely a great place for a family day out.  The day passes offer such great value for money, and the onsite attractions will easily keep your entire family entertained for the entire day.  No doubt the kids will be begging to return!

Click here for our guide on all the best things to do in Bali with kids.

Thanks to Finn’s for providing us with Super Fun Passes so we could check out all the attractions.

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