Not sure what to do in Bali this Easter weekend? From egg hunts & hot cross buns, to epic feasts & family friendly activities - here’s what’s on this Easter 2020 in Bali.
Easter is just around the corner (this year it falls on Sunday 12th April 2020) and if you’re as egg-cited about the holidays as we are, then you’ll already be planning your hopping Easter happenings and long-weekend adventures. Luckily for us, Easter in Bali is packed full of beachfront family brunches, chocolate-stocked Easter egg hunts and gourmet goodies for the kiddos, and we’ve even found fresh-outta-the-oven Hot Cross Buns too. So without further adieu, here’s everything you need to know about spending Easter in Bali.
Happy Easter Honey bunnies!
EGG-CELLENT EASTER BRUNCHES IN BALI
Bali’s delicious Easter brunches are still being announced, but rest assured that we’ll be adding all the details for every fabulous restaurant and gourmet brunch right here as soon as the details are released!
THINGS TO DO THIS EASTER IN BALI
Soak up the sun at Sundays Beach Club
For the long Easter weekend, celebrate in the sunshine at Sundays Beach Club with crystal-clear waters and plenty of fresh-from-the-ocean seafood, (including the Cooked Chilled Seafood Basket for two).
Party in the pool at Mrs Sippy
April marks Mrs Sippy‘s birthday, so expect plenty of parties in the pool over the long weekend. Think pumping tunes, superstar performances and post-party recovery sessions. Mark your calendars, tell your mates, book your flights and get ready for a very long weekend indeed!
Eat at an award-winning resto
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Bali’s food scene is right up there with the world’s best. So this Easter, why not add some fancy munching opportunities to your itinerary. From Locavore in Ubud to Sarong in Seminyak, work your way through our list of Bali’s best restaurants.
Splish and splash at a waterpark
Some say that Easter is all about the kiddos, so why not take them to Waterbom for a day of heart pumping splishing and splashing! Voted Asia’s best waterpark over and over, a day here is top notch for families, kids, and adults too!
Spot wild deer at Menjangan’s National Park
Since we don’t have bunnies hopping around here in Bali, take the kids away from the hustle and bustle of South Bali to the tranquility of the Bali Barat National Park. Here you’ll be spot wild deer, black monkeys and even snorkel at the nearby Menjangan Island – a fab day out for the whole fam.
WHERE TO BUY HOT CROSS BUNS IN BALI
If you’ve ever spent Easter in Bali, you’ll know that the struggle to find authentic Hot Cross Buns is oh-so real. So, we’ve hunted down the real deal for you – the kind that are freshly baked, lightly spiced and made true-to-tradition using real butter. You’ll want to get your orders in quick, because these babies sell like hotcakes!
Farine Bakery: Jl Pantai Berawa No. 23, Berawa, e. [email protected]
Honeymoon Bakery: JL Raya Ubud, Ubud, e. [email protected]
Delicioso Bali: Jl. Raya Semer No. 168, Kerobokan, e. [email protected]
Sprout Café: Jl Raya Semat No. 18A, Canggu, e. [email protected]
Milk & Madu: Jl Pantai Berawa N0. 54, Berawa, e. [email protected]
EXPAT. Roasters: Jl Petitenget No1A, Seminyak, p. +62 812-4614-0493.
Mini Munchers: Jl Raya Anyar No. 30, e. [email protected]
Biku: Jl Petitenget No. 888, Seminyak, p. +62 851 0057 0888.
Dijon: Jl Setiabudi, Simpang Siur Square A1-A2, Kuta, e. [email protected]
Pison: Jl Petitenget No. 19, Seminyak, e. [email protected]
Coffee ‘n’ Oven: Jl Pantai Berawa No. 51, Canggu, p. +62 853 3840 4434.
Happy Easter Honey Bunnies!
Keep your eyes peeled for more Easter events & announcements – more TBA!