Ruili City is subordinate to Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture of Yunnan Province. Ruili, located in the west of Yunnan Province, is connected to Mangshi in the East, Longchuan in the north, mountains and rivers in Myanmar in the northwest, southwest and Southeast, facing villages and adjacent to muse, a national port city in Myanmar. It is the only border trade zone in China that implements special management according to the mode of "inside and outside customs".
Ruili is the largest inland port in Southwest China, an important jewelry distribution center and one of the first batch of excellent tourist cities in China. Ruili is also one of China's 17 international dry port cities and the first stop of China Myanmar oil and gas pipeline into China.
Ruili has a subtropical monsoon climate. The whole year is divided into dry and rainy seasons. There is basically no frost. The annual average temperature is 21 ℃, the annual precipitation is 1394.8 mm, and the annual average sunshine is 2330 hours. There is no severe cold in winter and no intense heat in summer. Flowers bloom all the year round and fruits bear fruit all the year round. It is a rare treasure land in hot areas.
On December 7, 2016, Ruili was listed as the third batch of national comprehensive pilot areas for new urbanization. 2019 China's top 100 tourism counties and cities.