Zhaosu County is subordinate to Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Located in the southwest of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture, between 43 ° 09 ′ - 43 ° 15 ′ N and 80 ° 08 ′ - 81 ° 30 ′ E, it is a high mountain basin surrounded by mountains in the inland hinterland of Central Asia. It borders Tex County in the east, Baicheng County and Wensu County in Aksu Region in the south across the mountains, Kazakhstan in the west, and Chabuchar County in the north. The border line is about 220 kilometers long, and there is a national first-class port - Muzart port. The county is about 141 kilometers long from east to west and 132 kilometers wide from north to south, with a total area of 11200 square kilometers. The county seat, with an altitude of 2018 meters, is the only five types of hardship counties in Ili Prefecture. In 2019, the registered residence population of Zhaosu County was 177131. There are 21 ethnic groups, including Kazak, Han, Uygur, Mongolian, Kirgiz, Hui, Tatar, Uzbek, Sibe, Russian and Tajik.
Zhaosu Town, the county seat, is 879 kilometers away from Urumqi, with a total area of 11200 square kilometers. It was listed as an open county by the State Council in 2001. In September 2019, it was selected into the first batch of national all-region tourism demonstration zones. China's top 100 summer leisure counties and cities in 2020. In 2020, Zhaosu County is expected to achieve a GDP of 4.8 billion yuan, up 6% year on year.
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