What part of the Philippines is Celebes Sea?

Is Celebes Sea is saline water?

To the northwest, the Celebes Sea is separated from the Sulu Sea by a much shallower sill, dotted with coral reefs and islands. Only shallow, warm, and less saline water flows from the Sulu Sea into the Celebes Sea, so that incoming water doesn’t mix with the deep water of the Celebes Sea, either.

Is it safe to visit Sulu?

Current at February 2020: The US Government’s travel advice to its citizens is Do Not Travel to the Sulu Archipelago, including the southern Sulu Sea, due to crime, terrorism, civil unrest, and kidnapping, or Marawi City in Mindanao due to terrorism and civil unrest.

Why is Philippines considered as an archipelago?

The Philippines is called an archipelago because it consists of thousands of islands. The definition of an archipelago is a large group of islands….

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