Chongzuo City is located in the south-western part of Guangxi, in the upper and middle stream of ZuoJiang River. Jiangzhou's area is 2,901 square kilometers, with a population of 331,800. It is 120 kilometers away from Nanning, the capital of Guangxi Province, and 90 kilometers from Pingxiang City. Historically, it has always been a distributing center for commodities. In the General Plan of Guangxi Province, it has been planned as a center city of the western economic zone.
Chongzuo City is well-known for its magnificent natural scenery and unique man-made structures. Its famous tourist spots include the Zuojiang Inclined Pagada, one of the world's eight inclined pagodas, the Stone Forest - which has rarely been found in the whole country, and is the only one in Guangxi province, Nanjin Ancient Ferry, Huangchao castle, and Wenyagn Cave. A zoological tourist spot for White-head monkeys, which are rare animals and have the largest population here, has passed the evaluation of the national esperts and is now a world-class zoological park.