|Ramai Rakyat Islands|
The geographical district. The picture also shows the districts of Panau City.
|Territory in Panau|
|Gained in||Free Trade|
|Stronghold||Pelabuhan Saudagar Harbor|
|Location in country||West|
The Ramai Rakyat Islands is a location in Just Cause 2.
DescriptionEditThe name translates to "Many People Islands" in Malay.
It's one of the nine districts in Panau. Panau City, the capital of Panau, is located there. The district comprises of a group of islands, large and small. The four western most islands make the four internal districts of Panau City: Financial, Residential, Park and Docks. The district is the most urbanized in Panau and the most populous, being home to a large percentage of Panuans. There's a mostly unpopulated group of islands to the east where the military controlled Panau International Airport, paved racetrack (Bandar Selekeh), and Hot air balloon are located.
The district has a very good transportation infrastructure. The Panau International Airport is located here, the only way to leave the country by commercial airlines. Mosts of the islands' settlements are connected to the Panau Motorway/Highway System, including the M1, M3, M4 and M5 highways including two roundabouts in the area. Unfortunately, there's no bridges going over to the nearby Lautan Lama Desert, so if you want to get there it's best to use an aircraft or a boat. Otherwise, you need to make a very long road journey around the Tengah Bay to get there.
The actual district around the islands has almost no industries at all except for the travel and possible tourism centras in the city, not even Pipelines are found there. Presumably, the major sector of Panau City's economy is the financial industries occupying the towering skyscrapers in the Financial District.
In the city, the only industrial area in the actual district can be found, at Pelabuhan Saudagar. The harbor is the greatest harbor all over Panau, and a primary port for importing oil. Pipelines most likely lead there, but they are surely located under the ground.