Alisa Kleybanova, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Yanina Wickmayer posed before their surfing lesson.
Yanina Wickmayer and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova are both seeded this week, No.4 and No.3, respectively.
Alisa Kleybanova, Yanina Wickmayer and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova honed their surfboard balancing skills.
Yanina Wickmayer, a champion at Auckland in the first week of the year, hit the water on her surfboard.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Yanina Wickmayer came back onto dry land after trying their surfing skills.
The players posed with their boards after the surfing lesson.
Li Na, the No.1 seed at the Commonwealth Bank Tournament of Champions, took part in a spa session.
Former No.1 Ana Ivanovic and former No.5 Daniela Hantuchova also took part in the spa session.
Ana Ivanovic, a winner in Linz, is unseeded; Daniela Hantuchova, a finalist in Monterrey, is a wildcard.
Daniela Hantuchova, Ana Ivanovic, Li Na and Angelique Widjaja were paired off at the spa session.
Indonesia's own Angelique Widjaja, who won two WTA titles - including in Bali in 2001 - at the spa session.
Li Na at the spa session. Li, China's No.1 player, takes on Japanese No.1 Kimiko Date Krumm in her opener.
Alisa Kleybanova, who opens against No.2 seed Aravane Rezai, signed a ceramic plate ahead of the draw.
Ana Ivanovic, who opens with No.3 seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, signed a ceramic plate before the draw.
The eight participants in the Commonwealth Bank Tournament of Champions in traditional Balinese dress.
Ana Ivanovic put her coral on the rock at the draw ceremony. The coral was later planted into the sea.
The elite eight held Coral Restoration Certificates. They planted coral into the sea later in the day.
Aravane Rezai and Kimiko Date Krumm had a Europe Vs Asia cookery competition at Metis restaurant.
Japan's Kimiko Date Krumm prepared food in her cooking competition against France's Aravane Rezai.
Aravane Rezai won best presentation and Kimiko Date Krumm best tasting dish at Metis restaurant.