Largest Logo Made Of Positionable Notes

Precious Talents International and G-MES International organised Big Day Out 2015 at The Coliseum in RWS on 26 Jul 2015. Many weeks before the event, the company had visited schools and asked the students to write their SG50 wishes on sticky notes, A total of 2,400 notes were collected by the event date to form the 3.7m logo. ... Read More »

Longest String Of Orchids

People’s Association Narpani Pearavai organised a community carnival at Sentosa on 26 Jul 2015. In 2 hours, about 50 volunteers managed to string 838m of orchids. After measurement, the orchids were cut up and hundreds of carnival visitors got to wear the garlands. Read More »

Most Number Of Wishes Received From An Augmented Reality App

Moulmein-Kallang GRC & Whampoa SMC residents got to celebrate SG50 the fun and high-tech way with an augmented reality app. Created by the Joint NTU-UBC Research Centre of Excellence in Active Living for the Elderly (LILY), the app enabled residents to take a photo with an ipad while holding up the SG50 logo. The AR app turned the logo into a ... Read More »

Most Number Of Origami Tulips Folded In 1 Hr

MINDS – Lee Kong Chian Gardens School celebrated Racial Harmony Day on 1 Aug 2015. Many students, staff, volunteers and guests participated in folding as many origami tulips as they could in one hour. They not only managed to fold 5,670 origami tulips, they also managed to arrange them neatly on foam boards and make the stage look almost like a garden. Read More »

Largest Skate Scooter Relay Race

To celebrate its 29th anniversary, Bukit Batok Secondary School organised a Sports and Fund Raising Carnival on 31 Jul 2015. 518 participants comprising students, teachers, parent volunteers and alumni took turns to skate on eight scooters around the school compound. Many had fun scooting for the first time. Read More »

Largest Mass Multi-Language Poem Reading

In celebration of SG50, Moulmein – Kallang GRC and Whampoa SMC arrranged for residents to picnic by the banks on the Kallang River on 25 Jul 2015. Other than singing together, 926 residents also read local poems in the 4 languages.   Read More »

Largest Display Of Floating Artworks

In conjunction with the PAssionArts Festival 2015, the residents of Kolam Ayer Constituency presented Singapore’s first ever water art gallery. 24 artworks were painted by 500 Kolam Ayer residents over a series of workshops from May 2015.  They were laid on plastic pipes and floated on the Kallang river on 25 Jul 2015. CNA Report Read More »