The walkway is kept afloat by more than 200,000 fixtures attached to the riverbed. And these allow the entire walkway to seamlessly adapt to the changing water levels of the river.
But the walkway isn’t just a straightforward pathway that leads from A to B. Indeed, it curves and loops, creating intriguing patterns that are only properly visible from the air. You can, in fact, walk around the maze-like structure for hours without ever taking the same route.
In fact, the biggest section of the walkway stretches for just over three miles. And that’s long enough for the structure to gain entry into Guinness World Records as the world’s longest floating walkway.