Floating Walkway in The Middle of River in China Tauheed Ahmad May 5, 2016 Travel 1063 The Shiziguan scenic area, in Xuan’en County of central China’s Hubei Province, has unveiled a new floating walkway over a dazzlingly blue meandering river. The wooden walkway runs through the middle of the river, and spreads for 500 meters following the course of the river as it twists and turns through the scenic landscape. The wooden floating walkway lets visitors to view the part of a valley that was earlier accessible only by rowing boat. The walkway opened for public on Ist May 2016. These incredible aerial photographs show a spectacular route in the depth of a valley in Hubei, central China, giving visitors the sensation that they’re walking on water. Therefore, all around them is the lush, green forests, creating a feeling of serenity. All around the pathway is dense foliage from the untouched forests growing along the narrow valley The Shiziguan scenic area, in Xuan’en County of central China’s Hubei Province, has unveiled a new floating walkway over a dazzlingly blue meandering river. Many of the tourists were seen photograph the area as well as posing for pictures themselves. One is even seen lying on the ground to take photos Scenic route (pictured) in Shiziguan, Hubei, The aerial photographs of the walkway were taken before the site officially opened to the public but there are already visitors The floating walkway in central China allows visitors to see a part of a valley that’s only accessible by rowing boat Tourists can follow the path up and downstream of the river while immersing themselves in the sights around them Source: Dailymail Related PostsThe Dizzying Paiva Walkways in PortugalThe Floating Village of HungaryChina’s first Ecological Overwater RoadThe White Water Terraces of BaishuitaiThe Aqueduct Veluwemeer NetherlandsNiulanjiang Waterfall, Largest Man-Made Waterfall in AsiaThe Strange Hoodoos of Goblin Valley State Park, UtahThe Incredible Magdeburg Water Bridge in GermanyJeita Grotto, Wonderful Underground Caves in LebanonCrystal clear water of the Verzasca River, SwitzerlandAngra Dos Reis Islands of BrazilRed Lake Sinkhole Croatia Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.