The Mulia Resort: The must-do child-friendly luxury resort in Bali

There’s nowhere better to immerse in all that Bali has to offer than The Mulia and Mulia Resort & Villas.
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There’s a reason why Bali is one of the most popular overseas travel destinations for Australians. Put simply, it’s paradise. The friendly hospitable locals, incredible cuisine, rich history and culture and dramatic, breathtaking landscapes make it a destination that you’ll never want to leave.

And there’s nowhere better to immerse in all that Bali has to offer than The Mulia and Mulia Resort & Villas which you’ll find nestled in the pristine coastline of Bali’s Nusa Dua.

Luxury, culture, cuisine and first class hospitality ensure that all Mulia guests experience the very best of Bali, even the youngest members of the family.

A highlight of my stay at The Mulia Bali was the Canang Sari Class at the Eden Garden. Image: Supplied.

This is not a one-size-fits-all accommodation. Spread over a sprawling 30 hectares of tropical paradise, there really is something for everyone in the three property types on offer. From regular families, to uber-celebrities, there is an accommodation style to ensure every guest has their needs met.

I recently had the pleasure of trying out all three accommodation types on offer, and I can assure you that each one is more spectacular than the next!

The Mulia itself is made up of 111 one and two bedroom ultra luxurious suites for those looking for the ultra-luxury experience.

The more family-friendly Mulia resort, has 526 sophisticated accommodations including lagoon pool rooms and suites.

And for those looking for ultra-privacy, one of the 108 Mulia Villas, featuring private pools and tropical gardens might be more enticing. Ranging from one and two bedrooms villas, all the way to the six bedrooms of the Mulia Mansion.

The child-minding facilities at ‘Mulia Kidz’ are next-level! Image: Supplied.

For families enjoying a stay here, there are so many ways to relax and enjoy the facilities together. From glorious pools, to delicious eats and friendly faces there’s a reason families are booking to return after each visit.

And for parents looking for a little alone time to enjoy the facilities, the gorgeous staff at Mulia Kidz can help. Offering a fun and exciting playtime for children, Mulia Kidz is a premium childcare service that allows parents to fully immerse in relaxation, child-free.

The fitness facility features the latest training equipment and complimentary classes for Mulia guests. Image: Supplied.

The Mulia Spa is a true luxury experience featuring 20 treatments rooms including the Ice Fountain room. Image: Supplied.

Aside from the glorious accommodation, something that stood out to me on my stay was the hospitality on offer.

From the highly trained butler services, to the friendly faces throughout the resort and the super-helpful concierge staff, there is nothing that is too much trouble, which is particularly useful when you’re a family travelling with children.

Clearly happy to spend their days in such a incredible place, the staff throughout The Mulia are simply nice to be around. It really is a family, and in no time at all guests know that they are now part of the Mulia family too.

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The details are what make a stay Bali’s Mulia so uber-luxurious. Image: Supplied.

Relaxing in a cabana at the Oasis beachfront pool is a great way to make the most of your time at The Mulia. Or, of course, you could take a dip in the other five pools at the resort! Image: Supplied.

We need to talk about the food drools each restaurant – and there are a lot – has an incredible variety of spectacularly presented delicacies to make even the fussiest members of your family smile with glee.

For buffet-style dining guests can enjoy The Café. Offerings from fresh sashimi, oysters, and sushi rolls in the Japanese corner, to Chinese barbequed ducks and pork, tasty tom yum goong and Thai salads at the Southeast Asian station, exotic butter chicken and naan from the Indian section, to a la minute pastas at the Western corner. And then there is a dessert room. Yep, I said room. Cakes, sorbets, mousses and and a chocolate fountain you’ll want to dive into.

Insider tip: Ask for the cheese naan, it’s not on the menu but it’s a known favourite and you have to try it’s mouth-watering goodness.

With gourmet chefs and incredible local produce, the food at The Mulia is famed for a very good reason. Image: Supplied.

The cakes at The Mulia Deli … oh my … the cakes! Image: Supplied.

Breakfast is always a treat at The Mulia. Image: Supplied.

Soleil, famous for it’s Sunday brunch, is the seaside restaurant at the Mulia. . Specialising in delectable dishes from world renowned chefs the food at Soleil has a definite mediterranean touch, as well as featuring exotic cuisines from Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand. And dessert … of course there’s dessert.

Table8 is the Chinese restaurant, and Edogin offers a Japanese Teppenyaki twist.

And of course, all guests have to try the decadent cakes, chocolates and patisseries from Mulia Deli.

Paradise. Total paradise. Image: Supplied.

For a luxury Bali experience with all the trimmings, you really can’t go past a stay The Mulia and Mulia Resort & Villas .

Rebel stayed as a guest of The Mulia.

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