On the coast just north of Tenganan is Candi Dasa, a temple after which the seaside resort is named. But the resort is better known for its marine and night life than is temples. In fact, less observant temple goers are likely to pass in by on the way to Besakih, Bali’s most important temple complex, which is located on the slope of the island’s highest peak Mount Agung. Visitors are not allowed to enter the sacred interior of the huge temple, but the view from the outside and the fresh mountain air make this a trip well worth taking. There is also the Silayukti sea temple at Padangbai, the point of departure for the Lombok ferry.