Salet Galet is a cove(s) and is located between Kyunn Tann Shey (Lampi Marine National Park) and Wa Ale Island in Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar. There are many fishing boats lay at anchor in Salet Galet is good place for the boat to be evacuated from bad weather condition. It seems like a lake. Sometimes The Sea Gypsies (or) The Moken (or) The Salone can be found there.
Moken and fishing boat come and refill fresh water to the side of Kyunn Tann Shey (Lampi Marine National Park). The anchorable place is between 10-12 meters depth. There is a mangrove creek in Wa Ale Island where can be arranged thrilling Kayaking trip along the mangrove creek.
It is good place for wild life lovers because where can be seen monkeys, falcons, Sea eagles and crystal water.
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