Largest Display of Felt Hearts

One World International School celebrated World Kindness Day in a significant way. Students were encouraged to think of words they could relate to kindness and write them on heart shaped felts. On 15 Nov 2019, 1,167 felt hearts were counted on a display board which measured 2.4m by 2.1m.   Read More »

Largest Cake Sculpture Made Of Cardboard Rolls

On 13 Nov 2019, the last week of the school year Juying Primary School unveiled a unique ‘cake’ made of cardboard rolls. 6,000 cardboard rolls were collected and used to create the 85cm-high cake sculpture which measured 2m by 2m. Students were not deprived of eating the real cake as they were all given a pack of brownie during recess time. Read More »

Largest Taekwondo Competition

Tampines West CSC organised a two-day Taekwondo competition on 9 and 10 Nov 2019. The event at Tampines Hub auditorium saw 1,113 participants from different age groups vying for medals in the various categories including Poomsae and Kyorugi. Read More »

Largest Mass Funky Dance

Soon after participants at Tampines West CC completed the mass Ritmix dance, renowned Eddie Pan of Taiwan took to the stage with his five co-instructors. Altogether 284 people did the Funky Dance made famous by him at the event organised by Tampines West CSC and Touch Aero, a sports attire brand, on 2 Nov 2019.   Read More »

Largest Mass Ritmix Dance

Tampines West CSC and Touch Aero, a Taiwanese fitness wear company, organised a Ritmix dance at the CC on 2 Nov 2019. Led by Master Trainer Rika Yamano of Japan, 281 participants danced for more than one hour together with 9 Taiwanese instructors who took turns to co-lead.   Read More »

Longest Spice Line

About 200 years ago, Singapore became an important entrepot largely because of the demand for spices from western countries. Many of the early Indian Muslims were spice traders. Hence Nagore Dargah Indian Muslim Heritage Centre decided to display a collection of 80 different spices forming a 36.2m spice line on its wall. About 410 bottles were used for the line. It was officially opened on 26 Oct 2019.   Read More »

Most Number Of Vehicles Doing Simultaneous Tyre Change

1st SAF Transport Battalion celebrated its 41st anniversary on 11 Oct 2019 at Sembawang Camp. One of the activities organised that day was a tyre changing exercise. 41 vehicles comprising Ford Everest, Ford Focus, Land Rover 110 and Mercedes Benz 240 GD Scout jeeps had their tyres dismantled and replaced by 92 personnel at the same time. Read More »

Largest Display Of Origami Pyramids

35 SCE commemorated its Golden Jubilee by setting a record on 18 Oct 2019 at Seletar Camp, Piccadily Road. As a break from their training routine, the unit personnel folded coloured papers into origami pyramids. They then arranged 3,990 of the pyramids on a banner which measured 5m by 2m.   Read More »

Largest Display Of Hanging Ghostly Dolls

The grassroot organisations of Geylang Serai organised a Halloween party at the Lorong 40 playground on 25 Oct 2019. As expected, many turned up in scary costumes. The area was decorated with 502 fabric dolls, most of them legless and wearing conical hats. The dolls were later given away to all attendees.   Read More »

Largest Display Of Leaf-Printed Fabrics

Kampung Senang Charity & Education Foundation organises the yearly Green and Healthy Festival. At the festival in Our Tampines Hub on 20 Oct 2019, visitors were invited to make leaf prints by hammering fabric pieces over freshly cut leaves. A total of 218 pieces were completed and hung on a wooden tree structure. The objective was to encourage people to turn from animal to plant-based food sources to protect the ... Read More »

Fastest Round Singapore By Outrigger Boats

A team from Aon Singapore and its business partners paddled around Singapore in 3 outrigger...

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Largest Display Of $5 Currency Notes

Liz Lu Meiru came up with an innovative way to save for her family emergency...

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Longest Distance Walked Around Singapore

R Subramaniam, 56, a competitive walker, broke the Round-Singapore record, walking a distance of 103.6...

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Largest Chinese Character Made Of Heart-Shaped Notes

Yuan Ching Secondary School celebrated Chinese New Year with performances by students, staff members, parents...

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Largest Demonstration Of Rouliqiu

Rouliqiu, or originally referred as Taiji Rouliqiu (太极柔力球) combines the principles of taiji and sports by...

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Most Number Of People Doing Lohei Together

1,608 participants gathered around over 200 tables at Our Tampines Hub to lohei together. The...

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Longest Batik By A Group

Wisma Geylang Serai celebrated its first anniversary with many live performances and having the public...

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Largest Trove Of Calligraphy Iterations

Merlin Gallery's director, Johnny Quek, has been practising Chinese calligraphy since a tender age. In...

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Largest Mass Bachata Dance

Bachata is a form of romantic music and dance that originated in the Dominican Republic...

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Largest 10-Legged Race

To mark its 10th anniversary, 10 C4I Batallion of the SAF looked to a 10-related...

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Largest Word Formation Made Of Cookies

Allspice Institute baked and displayed around 6,400 cookies for the Kids of Hope Bicentennial Charity...

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Largest Climbing Wall With Furniture Fixtures

Kids' wishes to climb over their furniture came true at Century Square's Christmas climbing wall....

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Largest Mass Bounce Dancefit

The sports clubs of Tampines GRC jointly organised a community-bonding Christmas event which also broke...

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Largest Street Carolling

In 2017, the Nee Soon community held the largest street carolling record only to be...

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Largest Mass Ceilidh Dance

In 2014, SJI International Elementary School set the traditional Scottish Ceilidh dance record with 457...

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Most Number Of People Eating Tangyuan Together

Fengshan CC celebrated the winter solstice on 14 Dec 2019. On that day (dongzhi), the Northern...

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Largest Display Of Ghostly Lanterns

Jurong Spring Zone B RC volunteers spent more than 6 months planning to build a haunted...

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Largest Gathering Of Minions Fans

The Minions are celebrating a yellow Christmas with their fans in the Frasers Property malls. On...

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Tallest Christmas Tree Made Of Plastic Bottles

A 12.8m-tall Christmas tree was lighted up at UBS's Appreciation Night held at Hotel Fort...

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Largest Configurable Snow Playground

The Plaza Singapura Snow House gives you an authentic sub-zero experience from 26 Nov to...

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Largest Group Of Seniors On A Trishaw Outing

Cycling Without Age Singapore connects senior citizens with the community and helps them beat social isolation...

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Most Number Of People Drawing Indian Motifs Together

Alcon celebrated the launch of its new contact lens manufacturing platform, DSM Flex, with a...

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Youngest To Reach Everest Base Camp

Darrshan Raj snagged the record of the youngest Singaporean to reach Mount Everest Base Camp...

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Largest Text Made Of Bottle Caps

The first recycling drive organised by the Singapore Youth Group of Rajayoga Power Transcendental Meditation Society brought...

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Largest Logo Made Of Cookies

On 17 Nov 2019 Our Tampines Hub turned into ‘Sesame Street’ with characters such as...

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Longest Handmade Toran Display

Sengkang West CACC organised a Deepavali dinner celebration at Anchorvale CC on 16 Nov 2019....

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Largest Gathering Of Car Clubs

The Singapore Motor Festival was held at Changi Exhibition Centre on 9 Nov 2019 with...

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Most Number Of Laps In An 800m Relay Run In 24 Hr

Nurses at Singapore General Hospital organised a relay run at the hospital's premises to emphasise...

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Most Number Of Star Jumps Performed By A Group In 24 Hr

Batches of Singapore General Hospital nurses took turns to complete an 800m relay run from...

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Largest Ship Sculpture With Handpainted Sails

Mayflower Primary School marked its 40th anniversary this year with a model of a sailing...

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