The tourist industry in Bali has recently become an international network for child trafficking, especially for pedophilias. Child trafficking by pedophilias is a systematic form of exploitation, which will affect the children’s development. Based on that fact, this study poses three main questions in order to understand the phenomenon of child trafficking by pedophilias in Bali. The first question is what is the pattern and form of child trafficking by pedophilias? Second, how large and how serious is the problem of child trafficking by pedophilias? Third, how do policy makers respond to this problem? This study was carried out in 8 months by using a qualitative method through participant observation and in-depths. Informants were chosen through snowballing techniques. A qualitative descriptive analysis and triangulation was carried out in order to achieve a description of the phenomenon through empirical facts and a naturalistic environment.