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Myanmar Andaman Sea

 

The Archipelago in the Andaman Sea is a almost unexplored part of the Indian Ocean bordering India, Bangladesh, Myanmar and partly Thailand with almost no contact to any foreigners except the Thai part. The last times foreigners were seen in the Andaman Sea was during British colonial time, now slowly some "live aboard" diving tours are offered out of Thailand.

During colonial times this area was the domain of the British from India all the way down to Penang Georgetown in Malaysia.

From the end of British colonial times until recent days no foreigners have been allowed into the Myeik / Mergui archipelago, the area off the Tanintharyi / Tennasserim coast.

The Andaman Sea around is dotted with more than 800 untouched islands, densely forested with jungle, usually a frontline of white beaches and sometimes rocks, Myanmar Thailand travel is popular in this area. One of the very few “virgin” places on this planet, above and under the ocean surface. In 1990 the government changed the mostly English names of the islands to native names. On all the islands in the Myanmar side of the Andaman Sea are no hotels or similar, except one very near to the Thai border but on a Myanmar island, this resort

includes a casino. If you ever might go to the islands, don’t be shy to ask if you can stay in one on the houses. Pls. keep in mind to pay accordingly. Since the end of the 90 - ties some diving companies operating out of Phuket, Thailand, got permission to explore the waters.

Have a look at our e-book on the Andaman sea...100 breathtaking photographs on 100 pages

There are not many places on earth so untouched and this wont last very long have a look into our unique e-book ......on the Andaman Sea......

The Andaman Sea, the Islands, the Sea Nomads and the terrific Underwater World
The Myanmar Andaman Sea, the Islands, the Sea Nomads and the terrific underwater world
 
Spearfishing harpoon
Spear fishing in the Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar
Pearl Diving
Pearl Diving

The Andaman Sea, the Islands, the Sea Nomads and the terrific Underwater World are the topic of our book, our book is unique, pls. buy it, its worth it.

In our book you will find comprehensive up to date information about the Andaman Sea and the seafarer, for the casual traveler and also from a ethnological point of view.

.....Facts about the Salone were first discovered in the travel diary of a Frenchman published in 1675. In Morris Collis's "Siamese White" they were called Silita.  In 1891 census report of Kawthoung Township, they were called Silone.

Many years ago, they lived in Malay

Andaman Sea in the Mergui or Myeik Archipelago
Andaman Sea in the Mergui or Myeik Archipelago

Peninsula and now, on the islands of Myeik, Botepyin and Kawthoung Districts. They are called Besing by the Malay.


They called them Chao Talay or Chao Lay ( men of the sea ), Chao Nam ( men of the water ) and Chao Ko ( men of the island ).

Andaman Sea Lampi Island
Andaman Sea Lampi Island, exotic island exploration, travel, islands, Andaman, Andaman sea.

Island of the Andaman Sea Myeik or Mergui Archipelago Myanmar
Island of the Myanmar Andaman Sea

at the Myeik or Mergui Archipelago.

Andaman Sea Gypsies
Sea Gypsies

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