• The Biggest Birthday Cake (6.13m x1.6m x0.08m) was made by the Dawoodi Bohra Community on 5.3.11.

  • A 38m dragon dance made of drink cans was made by the Bkt Panjang community in Feb 2012

  • Taman Jurong CC & Ananda Bhavan Restaurant made the 97-cm murukku on 28.10.17

  • Christmas at 112 Katong 2015 saw CJ the Bubble Girl enclosed 15 volunteers inside a giant soap bubble.

  • Volunteers from Eunos CC and Man Fut Tong Welfare Society jointly made the longest Swiss Roll measuring 89.5m on 23.12.12.

  • 1,000 umbrellas painted by residents were displayed at Marine Parade CC on 22.6.14

  • 263 people were in the Most Number Of People Showering Together at Sentosa, organised by SingTel mio TV on 26.10.13

  • The longest zhu chang fen was made at Chinatown on 25.7.10 measuring 60.5m long

  • Dancing clubs under the North West CDC came together for the Largest Rumba Dance with 908 participants on 18.5.12

  • The Largest Rangoli (Group) measured 38m in diameter, organised by Kg Chai Chee IAEC on 24.8.14

  • Chinatown presented the Longest Sculpture Made Of Sky Lanterns with a 300m long snake made from 850 lanterns in Jan 2013

  • KC of Ria 89.7FM stayed on air for 24 hours for the Longest Radio DJ Marathon on 17.5.12

  • 1,460 participants did jumping jacks together for 3 min to celebrate Temasek Poly’s School Of Engineering’s 20th Anniversary (25.11.11)

  • 50,280 sq ft of space outside MBS and 450 tons of ice were used for the Largest Ice Sculpture Exhibition, from Nov 2013 to May 2014

  • 250 people participated in the Largest Henna Painting Of Hands on 19.1.13, organised by Yew Tee IAEC

  • The Longest Handbell Performance went on for 24 hours in Dec 2013 at the airport played by Ministry of Bellz

  • The Largest Groundbreaking Ceremony involved 2,520 people, armed with spades, for the new Tampines Town Hub on 11.5.13

  • The Largest Frisbee Wave was created by 2PDF  on 6.12.12 with 1,007 participants

  • Organised by nEbO on 9.3.13, 802 people slided down the 450m flying fox wires in Sentosa over 5 hrs

  • 349 Sembawang residents formed the longest single line, holding and walking with the Singapore flags on 3.8.14

  • The Largest Mass Fireman Carry was executed by 771 servicemen from 2 SIB over a accumulative distance of 450 km on 6.12.13

  • NTUC Club broke the record with 716 people painting Easter eggs together on 6.4.12 at Downtown East

  • 998 participants formed the Longest Football Dribbling Chain on 3.5.14, organised by FAS

  • The Largest Chinese Brush Painting was by Qi Hong who painted a 14.2m-by-7.3m galloping horse on 13.6.13.

  • Siglap South YEC used can tabs to make the largest logo. About 1.6 million can tabs were used for the 2.4×2.4m logo on 14.4.13

  • 320 participants from Tampines West CSC took part in the longest continuous archery session for 30 hrs in May 2010.

  • Nan Hua High School created the Largest Display Of Calligraphy with 1,698 Chinese couplets on 21.1.12

  • Clarke Quay’s 5.5m Christmas Tree made of 48 TV screens, 2011

  • Created by Ng Kai Kong and Ng Kai Cheong at 42 x21x17.65mm, the Z-Nano is the world’s smallest optical mouse.

  • Woodgrove Sec created the Largest Montage Made Of Thumbtacks (3m x 3m) on 31.8.11 for Teacher’s Day

  • The Women’s Integration Network Council displayed 1,240 decorated teddy bears on 04.03.12 at Suntec City

  • 3,818 taiji fitness enthusiasts gathered at YCK Stadium on 2.3.14 to break the Largest Taiji Display record

  • The Largest Stiletto Race was organised by Class 95FM with 160 participants running in 3-inch heels on 2.4.11

  • 584 personnel from the Officer Cadet School broke the record by doing 1,000 sit-ups simultaneously on 28.10.11

  • 1,058 people from 6 schools in Tampines West broke the world record for Most People Sitting On One Chair on 16.08.08

  • Loo Kok Seng of Shunlin Wushu had 34 wooden poles swung and broken on his neck on 3.6.2007

  • In 2013, Tan Joo Heng and over 200 volunteers built the Longest Sand Sculpture – a168m snake – in Sentosa

  • World’s Largest Game Of Leapfrog – 1,300 Republic Polytechnic participants jumping away on 4.4.2008

  • NUS architecture students sculpted Singapore’s largest Kueh Lapis of over 2m to look like The Fullerton Hotel in 2010

  • Khoo Swee Chiow is the first Singaporean to reach the South Pole (31.12.1999) and the North Pole (5.5.2002).

  • PA’s FLCs organised kite flying events and on 28.7.12, the Largest Display Of Kites with 3,118 kites

  • CityCare volunteers made 500,000 stars from strips of paper for the Largest Word Formation Made Of Paper Stars; 2009

  • A total of 2,200 ketupats were made by residents in Sembawang GRC on 28.8.11 outside Causeway Point

  • The T-Net Club created the Largest Heart Formation Made of Origami Hearts (15.2x15m) at the Cathay on 22.02.12

  • 740 students and staff from Kent Ridge Sec Sch did the algorithm march, a widespread Japanese game of coordination, on 12.8.10

  • In 2009 Colgate Palmolive built the world’s largest ant farm placed inside an advertising billboard

  • A 23.3m robot sculpture made by Lily Tan and her team using 79,854 balloons achieved a world record on 16.03.12

  • The largest balloon costumes were worn by 12 stiltwalkers in Sentosa in May 2012

  • Fengshan CC created a 130m longest balloon sculpture of a dragon to circle its premises on 10.11.12

  • Radin Mas Pri Sch has a wall mosaic made entirely of buttons measuring 20.8 by 2.9m since 2010

  • World’s Largest Flaming Image – 10,000 candles were lighted by Mercy Relief at S’pore Expo; 22.12.2004.

  • HNF and ITE College West built the world’s longest line of drink cans in Feb 2007 using 90,769 cans

  • Edgefield Pri Sch set a world record with 3,379 people doing the cha cha cha dance on 17.07.11 at Punggol Field

  • Cleo Magazine organised the largest mass photo shoot of 420 girls in swimsuits at Siloso Beach in 2008

  • Ayer Rajah CC youths set a world record for making a 15m x 7.5m cupcake mosaic with 20,000 cupcakes on 29.7.12

  • Fajar Sec Sch and Metta Sch used 3,530 cups of coloured water (5.0×4.3m) to set the cups mosaic record on 24.10.12

  • 808 people, all dressed in white, converged outside MBS on 30.8.12 for the first Dîner en Blanc organised in Asia

  • A 300m dragon lantern along the Singapore River for the Mid-Autumn celebrations in 09.2004 was Singapore’s longest lantern

Policies Relating to SBOR’s Adjudication

 

 

RECORD ATTEMPT GUIDELINES

This page covers some specific considerations and undertakings for the Organiser’s potential attempt of the Singapore record.

SAFETY. Please note that accepting your record attempt in no way provide any kind of safety advice or can be construed as providing any comfort that the record is free from risk. SBOR will not accept responsibility for the safety of participants or bystanders in any record attempt. It is the Organiser’s responsibility to ensure that all necessary safety precautions are in place and that all equipment used is suitable and thoroughly checked prior to the record attempt taking place and in compliance.

BOOKINGS. All applications for our services must be made through our website on the orange box marked “Applying for a Singapore Record’.

PHOTOS/RECORDINGS. Photographs, audio-video or other recordings of your participants may be taken during the event for use by SBOR and/or any third parties authorised by us. By engaging our services, you are giving us consent for such recordings. However, we are usually amicable to your feedback about not releasing things that you may find inappropriate.

MEDIA CONTRIBUTION. A SBOR official (or more) at your record event will document and collect ample evidence of the record, including taking measurements, photos and videos. You can also send other materials such as the media coverage generated by your record attempt (newspaper articles, news videos, etc) which you think will enhance the publicity of your record event in SBOR’s media. However, we reserve the right to use only materials we deem suitable. We are not responsible to return materials that had been provided. Hence it is important that you have your own original copies.

MEASUREMENT. Generally, a SBOR official will be present at your record attempt to count or make the necessary measurements. Unless SBOR explicitly requested special devices from you, we will bring and use our own measuring equipment. However, in rare occasions when the SBOR official cannot carry out the work adequately and third-party specialists may be needed and the adjudication can only be confirmed at a later date after inspection by the specialists. In such cases, SBOR reserves the right to postpone the adjudication and to adjust the agreed costs.

CHANGES TO RECORDS. SBOR does not take responsibility to inform the record holder if his record has been broken or if the rules, the wordings of the record, or the categorisations have been changed. We have complete discretion over whether a record is to be published in the Book or website. Even after receiving a certificate from SBOR, it does not mean that the record will be published in any of SBOR’s media.

FEES. Our charges will depend on the nature and scale of the record, affected by the number of hours and number of people we have to send down to your event. We will quote you after we obtain more details about your event. It is the Organiser’s responsibility to discuss and accept the charges before we go down to adjudicate the record. Even if the record is not awarded, the quoted fees are still payable.

CANCELLATION CHARGES. There will be no charge if you inform us of the cancellation 3 days or more before the event (including Sat and Sun). Within 3 days we charge 50 percent of the quoted price, up to 3 hours before the event. For less than 3 hours notification, full charge will be levied upon cancellation.

INCLEMENT WEATHER. In case of rain when the record attempt cannot be carried out, we will extend by one hour without extra charge as a goodwill. For each additional hour of delay there will be an additional $300 charge.

CERTIFICATE. Adjudication charges by SBOR include one certificate to be awarded to the record attempt organiser. However, you may request for additional certificates which we charge at $20 each.

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