Chiayi City is located in the southwest of Taiwan's main island, at the northern end of the Jianan Plain, and the city is north of the Tropic of Cancer. It is the central city of Chiayi Metropolitan Area and the third largest city in southern Taiwan. Except for the hilly area in the east, the whole territory is plain, and the terrain descends slowly from east to west. Surrounded by Chiayi County, the ancient name "Zhuluoshan" is derived from the transliteration of the name of the Hongya tribe, the aboriginal people of the Pingpu tribe, and is also named "Peach City" because of the listing of the eastern mountains in Chiayi. It is shaped like an ancient city built during the Qing Dynasty. Named after peach
Chiayi County is located in the Jianan Plain, an important agricultural production area. The water conservancy construction in the territory is complete, the land is fertile, and it is famous for its agricultural products. The coastal area is an important fishery production area and an important domestic production area. During the Japanese rule, Chiayi was adjacent to the Alishan Forest and became famous for its timber processing industry and forest import and export trade. After the war, it began to develop people’s livelihood industries. Tourism, industry, sugar, forestry, agriculture and fishery were all important industries in the county.