One of Bali’s most visited tourist sites is a grotto of elaborate stone carvings from the 9th century. The main attraction is the impressive entranceway, made of what appears to be menacing creatures and demons. Legend has it that the main protagonist was an elephant and since the carving at the entrance is elephant-like, they’re known as the Elephant Caves. The mouth leads into a small underground T-shaped cave measuring about 9m [ts] 9m (30 ft. [ts] 30 ft.) with several small ledges possibly used by priests to meditate on or even sleep. Aside from the small cave the only other thing to see here is the decorative bathing pool. On the far wall of the pool are six, semi-clad, female figures holding urns pouring water. Women bathe on one side and men on the other.