A water town in the Jiangnan Area in Tongxiang City, Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province, it is adjacent to Huzhou City in the west, and Wujiang District, Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province in the north. The Wuzhen Township is a typical ancient water township in the Jiangnan Area in China, known as the “land of honey and milk and the home of silk”. With a profound history of over 6,000 years, it is one of the 20 top scenic spots for national holidays in China and one of the six major ancient townships in the Jiangnan Area. In 1991, it was rated as a famous historical and cultural city of Zhejiang Province and in 1999, it began its project for the protection and tourism development of the ancient town. Located in the coastal area in the southeast and under the jurisdiction of Tongxiang City, it enjoys a typical subtropical monsoon climate featured by warm and wet winter, distinguished four seasons, abundant rainfall and sunshine, which yields a briefly wet spring, hot summer, dry autumn and cold winter.