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Inglis Island is one of the Andaman Islands, and is uninhabited. The island is located approx 67 km (42 ml) northeast from Port Blair. It is part of Ritchie's Archipelago and is located west of John Lawrence Island.
- The island is part of India's South Andaman district, which is part of the union territory "Andaman and Nicobar Islands".
- Chain Nalah point is the most popular tourist beach and is located on the island's west coast. Inglis is among Andaman island's most visited scuba diving destinations.
- The island was named after Sir John Eardley Wilmot Inglis (1814-1862), Major-general and a British Army officer. He became famous for defending the British compound for 87 days during the siege of Lucknow (the capital city of India's Uttar Pradesh state).
- The other often visited by cruise ships destinations in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago are Havelock Island, Henry Lawrence Island and Cinque Island.