Having posted a moderately high-order Chinese Labyrinth, here is a beautiful cousin from the TREFOIL LABYRINTH family
This figure includes just six supertiles, each made up of 1807 equilateral triangles. Two supertiles (0ne coloured yellow, one red) make up the repeat unit of the tessellation. This example is a relatively lowly member of an infinite sub-family of the Trefoil Labyrinths, any one of which can be constructed, given enough time and paper or computer capacity, by following simple rules. As you might hypothesize after looking at this example, sub-family members bear a strong resemblance to each other. As we ascend to higher- and higher-order members, adjusting the scale of the figures to keep the area of the supertile constant, the shape will retain the family character but the length of the boundary of the supertile will “tend to infinity” , a loosely fractal-like property.