Phaluhm Phoueck is a small island country that lies in the Eastern Pacific Sea. It comprises Nazahezan, Nuybuey, Kambular, Magazena and Rettato. These islands joined to make the Phaluhm Phoueck arpicalago. It is situated in the UTC+8 (Phaluhm Standard Time) time.
Nazahezan, Nuybuey and Kambular are mostly flat, and used for plantations and argriculture. Rettato and Magazena are more hilly inland, making argriculture impossible, but they use the land for rice terrances, mining and plantations. Both of the islands have a tropical feel, and has only two seasons, rainy and dry.
The country is divided into five states. They are named after the island, except for Kota Kambular.
|Nazahezan||Dauham Sammar Hazaham|
|Kota Kambular||Kota Kambular|
Geography by state Edit
Nazahezan is the biggest island and state in Phaluhm Phoueck. It holds the largest and most populated city, Dauham Sammar Hazaham. It also contains two of the five biggest cities in Phaluhm Phoueck, Tohezeck and Javahezam. It's combined population as a state is 729,563 (as of 2011) making it the most populated state, and it counts for nearly three quaters of Phaluhm Phouecks population.
Nazahezan is a state with little wildlife, huge jungles but densely populated. Nazahezan is at Grade C- according to the Phaluhm Phoueck Environment Proctection Agency (PPEPA).
Nazahezan has two rivers, the Nedatan River and the Sammal River. The Nedatan River is the longest river in the country, and one of the three rivers in Phaluhm Phoueck, the other being the Modan River, which goes goes from the Tamblay Mountains to Reval and Sammal River, which goes from Tohezeck to the Moyveula lake
The other river, the Sammal River goes inland. A cycle and pedestrian path was put at the bank of the river to have a quick connection from Tohezeck to Moyveula via Rohal without going into the busy capital.
Nazahezan is the most deforested state in Phaluhm Phoueck. It is mostly used for farming, rice paddies and some plantations. A conservation group lead by the Green Party, reveals that 45% of Nazahezan are deforrested. The WWF and UNESCO has critised the Nazahezan state of being to leniant on its planning rights.
Kota Kambular Edit
(Kota) Kambular is the third largest island and state in Phaluhm Phoueck. It has three settlements, Kota Kambular, Nuevert and Mahazam. It is mostly flat and fertile land, filled with plantations, and farms. Its key feature is beaches. As their is no urban life at the centre, animals are free to roam around the centre, it also has the largest zoos in the world, Kambular Zoo.
Kota Kambular has about 12 different speices of wildlife, but the most populated wildlife is the tiger. The tiger is the national animal of Phalum Phoueck. The country has one of the largest tiger populations ever, due to strict regulation about wildlife. It also has eagles, tarseir among other animals.
Nuybuey is the smallest island and the smallest state in Phaluhm Phoueck. It is also the least populated state. This means that it has the best wildlife conservation programs ever. Tansato can be offten regarded as the best state for wildlife. Animals are free to roam around north of the island.
Nuybuey is home of the Phaluhm Phoueck Wildlife Scheme. It has a no poaching, no smoking and no littering ordinance. Nuybuey is home to 23 different wildlife, with state tours around the jungle. Its most populated animal is the deer.
Flooding issue Edit
Nuybuey has a flooding issue, because it is the lowest island in Phaluhm Phoueck. Tansato has three floods since 1979:
- 1982 Tansato Floods
- 1999 Tansato Floods
- 2009 Tansato Floods