The Sulu Sea is a water body of the East Indian Archipelago.
It is one of the smallest marginal basins of the western Pacific.
The water temperatures provide favorable conditions for the growth of commercially viable fish species.
The Sulu Sea boasts one of the world’s most productive and diverse ecosystems.
It is threatened due to human activities, especially increasing marine pollution.
Several marine protected areas or MPAs have been established by stakeholders.
Sulu sea hosts famous resorts, hotels, and shore excursions that draw tourists worldwide.
The sea experiences a tropical climate with a winter season prevailing from November to April.
Its the Pivotal Point of International Trade and Commerce.
The Sulu Sea is a major hotbed for maritime piracy, ship-hijacking, and crimes.