Al Simhara

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Al Simhara
Vacation destination · Featured in: The Sims 3: World Adventures
Al Simhara
Al Simhara, Egypt is a land of exploration, danger, and archeological thrills. Sims venturing to this rugged locale are sure to find excitement in exploring tombs or hunting for lost treasure within ancient structures such as the Great Pyramids or Temple of Queen Hatshepsut.
Name Al Simhara
Game  The Sims 3: World Adventures

Al Simhara (السمهرة) is a pre-made destination sub-world that was introduced in The Sims 3: World Adventures along with Shang Simla and Champs Les Sims.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Al Simhara is an ancient land built against a river, full of magic and mystery. It is a land of mummies, pyramids, and crocodiles. It is found in Egypt and features activities and items drawn from Egyptian culture. The name is a reference to the Sahara Desert of Egypt. This town features fully explorable tombs and hidden tombs, including famous Egyptian landmarks such as the Pyramids, the Sphinx, and Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Sims can explore these landmark tombs, thereby undertaking adventures. The company MorcuCorp features strongly in these adventures. It is an excellent subhood for Sims to improve their Photography skill. There are numerous pre-made families in Al Simhara, although they all, unfortunately, lack description texts and money. A trip to Al Simhara costs §1600 for one Sim and §1000 for each additional Sim.

Features[edit | edit source]

  • At night a gentle glow lights up at the bases of the Pyramids.
  • The entire world is so hot that there is a visible heat haze during the daylight hours.
  • Another mine monster is found here, in addition to those in Sunset Valley, Riverview, and Twinbrook.
  • Mummies will be lurking the tombs in this destination, and they can curse Sims.
  • There are fewer sims in this destination than in Sunset Valley, Riverview, or Twinbrook.

Exclusive Items[edit | edit source]

Lots[edit | edit source]

Al Simhara centre

Residential lots[edit | edit source]

Inhabited lots[edit | edit source]

Vacation home lots[edit | edit source]

  • The Pomegranate House
  • The Acacia Palace
  • The Almond Tree House
  • The Lotus Oasis

Townie lots[edit | edit source]

Community lots[edit | edit source]

The Pyramids

Tombs[edit | edit source]

See also: Al Simhara adventures

Al Simhara contains a variety of tomb lots as well as tomb puzzles on non-tomb lots. Each major tomb in Al Simhara has a distinct relic named after it.

Visible[edit | edit source]

Hidden[edit | edit source]

Families[edit | edit source]

All Sims among these families have the Egyptian Culture hidden trait. NPCs generated in Al Simhara do not have this trait, instead they have the hidden trait connected to their job (e.g. Pizza Appreciator for Pizza Delivery), and other Sims such as Explorers have no hidden traits at all.

Fikry Ameen, Inji Ameen
Samir Amin, Fatima Amin, Imsety Amin, Satis Amin
Hassan Badawi, Rainia Badawi
Raffi Barakat, Dunya Barakat, Dalida Barakat
Ahmed Diab, Zahra Diab, Ayman Diab
Sopdu Hawas, Geb Hawas, Sekhmet Hawas, Nephty Hawas, Meret Hawas
Amina Hosni, Helmi Hosni
Abdul Kamel, Salah Kamel, Farid Kamel
Aisha Lufti, Mena Lufti, Layla Lufti
Fahad Madbouli, Sanaa Madbouli
Uum Moussa, Nabila Moussa, Aziz Moussa, Ameen Moussa
Youssef Nagi
Shadia Rashid, Farouk Rashid
Tahiya Shalut
Mahmud Taymur, Zaki Taymur, Ali Taymur

NPCs[edit | edit source]

Deceased Sims[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

The Llamafall
  • In The Sims 4: Get Together, there's a fountain which is said to be an exact replica of a fountain unearthed in Al Simhara.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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