|The gorgeous Sulani island chain welcomes all to a life of blue oceans and friendly neighbors. The main islands show off the many walks of life from the community centered Ohan'ali Town, to the more lavish upscale Lani St. Taz, and even down to the seemingly vancant Mua Pel'am. All around is the beauty of nature no matter where you look.|
|Game||The Sims 4: Island Living|
Sulani consists of three neighborhoods which are actually three islands.
There are a total of eleven residential lots and three community lots in Sulani.
The lots in Sulani are one 20x20 lot, four 30x20 lots, two 30x30 lots, five 40x30 lots, and two 50x50 lots. Out of these, eight of them are on water.
- Kahananui family Journey's End
- Mele Kahananui, Alika Kahananui
- As the self-appointed "Sulani ambassadors" this enterprising couple, Mele and Alika, have decided to live out their golden years in a dream retreat away from the bustle of Ohan'ali Town.
- Ngata family Reef Finery
- Oliana Ngata, Tane Ngata, Leila Illes
- Coming to Sulani for inspiration Leila didn't expect to fall in love so deeply with the islands. And it wasn't just the scenery that she fell for, but also for Oliana and her son Tane that welcomed her so easily into their family. The three are now an insparable [sic] trio that call Sulani their home enjoying the sand and ocean at their own pace.
- Hoapili family Chieftain's Villa
- Keala Hoapili, Lia Hauata
- Sitting high above the center of Ohan'ali Town, Keala watches over the townsfolk who look to her for guidance. This spirited, young-at-heart grandmother has taken young Lia under her wing to pass on the knowledge and cultural history of Sulani through the generations.
- Kealoha household Kin-Ship
- Makoa Kealoha, Lilliana Kealoha, Nani Kealoha, Duane Talla
- The Kealohas are the epitome of Sulani: an industrious, welcoming, and tight-knit young family firmly rooted in island tradition to honor the past while supporting the bright future of their extended-family community.
If Seasons is installed, Sulani will have slightly different weather compared to most worlds. Namely, all weather types are higher in temperature, with winter only going as low as cool. There is a new weather type only found in Sulani called monsoons. Monsoons are extreme thunderstorms that are stronger than normal thunderstorms in other worlds but happen for a shorter period of time. Monsoons only occur randomly during late summer to late fall.
Snow is also not present in Sulani, but Sims can use the weather-controlling machine to temporarily make snow appear.
- Sulani is the first world in The Sims franchise to have its own climate.
- Sulani is an anagram of the Latin word insula, literally meaning island.
- Sulani is mentioned in the Mandrake Bookshelf object's description, from The Sims 4: Realm of Magic.