Yeh Puluh consists of a 25-metre sequence of reliefs, carved directly into the rock face. They are said to date back to the 14th century. Their beauty lies in their simple lines and nearly real-life size figures.
Elephants are not native to Bali and the only ones found on the island today are at the Bali zoo. But if you are looking for stone elephants in a magical place, come to Goa Gajah, the Elephant Caves!
Well some Balinese drinks are age old, very old, and steep in our culture. Others are more mundane and of recent tradition... but all will quench your thirst. Start with Bali brem, which is often translated as "rice wine". This slightly alcoholic beverage is sold everywhere, to both locals and tourists.