Wenzhou is a state-level city in southeastern Zhejiang region in the People's Republic of China. Wenzhou placed at the tip of the southeast of Zhejiang Province with its borders linking to Lishui on the west, Fujian to the south, and Taizhou on the north. It is bounded by mountains, the East China Sea, and 437 remote islands, while its lowlands are almost entirely along its East China Sea coast, which is about 355.5 kilometres (221.1 miles) long. Most of Wenzhou's region is mountainous as nearly 76.5 per cent of its 11,790-square-kilometre (4,550 sq. mi) surface area is confidential as mountains and hills. It is said that Wenzhou has 70% mountains, 10% water, and 20% farmland. During the time of the 2010 Chinese survey, 3,040,000 people lived in Wenzhou's town area and the area under its authority (which includes two satellite cities and six counties) held a population of 9,122,220 of which 32% are non-local residents from outside of Wenzhou region.
Wenzhou Longwan International Airport is an international airport that serving the metropolitan of Wenzhou in southern Zhejiang Province, China. Wenzhou Longwan International Airport also well-known as Wenzhou Yongqiang Airport, it approved the current name on end of April 2013. The airport situated approximately 24.2 km (15 mi) southeast of the city. In 2010, Wenzhou airport was in the top 28 busiest airports in mainland China with 5,326,900 passengers. The airport only has a single runway that can handle widebody aircraft as large as the Boeing 767 and Airbus A330. The airport also provides land public transportation such as bus and taxi to the passengers in and out from the airport. There is many airlines operator that provide flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Wenzhou Longwan International Airport, which is from Air China, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern, and Cathay Pacific daily.
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The suitable time to visit Wenzhou is from April until June and from September until the end of October are two of the suitable times of year to visit Wenzhou. Both spring and autumn seasons afford cool, pleasing temperatures throughout most of Wenzhou’s popular metropolises. Visiting during these dates also means you’ll avoid the major school holiday breaks from all around the world which start from July to August and the month of December until the month of January. If you plan to visit Wenzhou, book a ticket flight as early as one month before departing to avoid crowded and higher ticket fares.
Yandang Mountain Lingyan - Lingyan also well-known as the "Ming Ting" of Yandang Mountain. In the Yandang Sanjie (Lingyan, Dalongyu, Lingfeng), Lingyan Attractive Spot is just one of it. The scenic spot is middle on Lingyan Temple, followed by Pingxia Temple, and the left and right are Zhanqi and Tianzhu two cliffs. Lingyan Temple was first constructed in the four years of the Song Taiping Xingguo (979) and is one of the ancient temples of Yandang. If you visit here, you will be amazed by the breath-taking background view.
Jiangxin Guyu – It is one of the most attractive places to visit here in Wenzhou. The scenic view around it is the best and you can feel relaxed when walking here, especially during the morning or late evening. The place is open to the public for free and there is lots of parking which make you easier to reach there. If you visit here, you will be amazed by the breath-taking background view.
Wenzhou World Trade Center - Wenzhou World Trade Center is a 69-floor tall skyscraper situated in Wenzhou, Zhejiang, China. Construction of the building began as early June 2003 and was fully operational on 2010 at 333 m (1,093 ft), giving it the title of the top 25 tallest building in the world. Wenzhou World Trade Center situated in the downtown area of Wenzhou where it stands as the tallest building in the metropolitan, the tallest in Zhejiang regions and the 18th-tallest skyscraper in China until today.