Wenzhou is located in the middle section of the 18,000km-long east coast of China, intersecting the two economic zones of the Yangtze River and the Pearl River Deltas. It is the center of economy, culture and transportation in south Zhejiang Province.
It covers a total area of 23,255 square kilometers, with 12,255 square kilometers land area and 11,000 square kilometers sea area.
The terrain of the entire region of Wenzhou inclines like a ladder from the southwest to the northeast. There are 150 rivers of various lengths, among which Oujiang, Feiyun and Aojiang are the main ones. There are 436 islands along the 355-kilometer twisty coastline, forming excellent natural ports such as Huanghua.