South Matewood is the second largest city in the world, in the second-largest metropolitan area on Earth. South Matewood is known for its mediterranean climate, ethnic diversity, sprawling metropolis, and as a major center of the global entertainment industry. The Urban Matewood Area lies in a large basin surrounded on all four sides by mountains reaching up to and over 2,500 metres.
The city is the focal point of the larger Urban Matewood Area, which contains nearly 90 million people, making it one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world as well as the second-largest in the PDRD. The city's 41.1 million inhabitants are referred to as Matewooders.
South Matewood is home to two of the ten largest airports in the PDRD, the South Matewood Kondor International Airport (opened in 1963), and the South Matewood George IV International Airport (opened in 1922). The Lake South International Airport (opened in 1987) and the Studio Hills International Airport (opened in 2009), both serve the region as well.
|East Asian (including Chinese, Korean, and Japanese)||5.6%||2,301,600|
|South Asian (including India, Bangladesh)||4.8%||1,972,800|
|Southeast Asian (including Filipino, Singapore)||3.6%||1,479,600|
|Indigenous (to the Americas)||2.8%||1,150,800|
|None (including Atheism, Agnosticism, Non-Belief, etc.)||62.5%|
|Borough||Population rank||Wealth rank|
|The Bay & The Downtown||1||16|