The Andaman Sea, located in the East of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands West of Thailand and South of Burma, is a part of Indian Ocean. It is also known as Burma Sea. This Sea is 750 miles, i.e. 1,200 kilometers long from north to south and 400 miles, i.e. 645 km wide. The sea with an area of 308,000 square miles, i.e. 798,000 square km, takes its name from the Andaman Islands. The Andaman Sea in Andaman island consists of 155 islands from which many are desolate and are crowned by primary vegetation tumbling down to shorelines punctuated by idyllic sandy beaches. The sea is also bounded from the north by the Irrawaddy River delta of Myanmar, from the east by peninsular Myanmar, Thailand, and Malaysia, from the south by the Indonesian island of Sumatra and by the Strait of Malacca, from the west by the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and this constitutes a union territory of India.
... The Andaman Sea has been also generally used for fishery through traditional methods and transportation of goods between the other coastal countries and its colorful coral reefs. The islands there are also popular tourist destinations. The Andaman sea is also one of the popular diving spots and comes under the top 50 dive sites in the world.
Q. What the Andaman Sea is famous for?
Ans. The Andaman Sea is famous for adventure activities like snorkeling and scuba diving.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from the Andaman Sea?
Ans. Bharatang LimeStone Caves, Radhanagar Beach, Cellular Jail, and Elephant Beach.
Q. How to Reach Andaman Sea?