When a group of Ubud friends and parents realized that there was no safe outdoor space for their children to play in nature, the idea for Tamanak children’s playground was born. Tamanak is named after a combination of three Indonesian words: Taman (garden), Aman (safe), and Anak (children).
Tamanak was built in Sayan village, Ubud earlier in 2013, funded entirely by donations from the community. The play park is free to enter and provides a safe, natural and exciting environment to encourage kids to get outdoors and do what they do best – play! Here you’ll find a simple but enchanting collection of tire swings, slides, balance bars, a bamboo fort and art projects from recycled materials.
Everyone is welcome at Tamanak!
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Tamanak has a real community feel and encourages kids to get back to the basics of uninhibited joyful outdoor play. A great place to meet other parents and have a chat while the kids are running around, Tamanak is free of charge, every day of the week!
Kids of any age in search of good old-fashioned outdoor play.
Tamanak is funded entirely by sponsors and donations from the community and other supporters. If you would like to get involved, you can donate to the project here!
Open daily 9am-5pm
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