Most Number Of Steps Walked In 10 Days

R Subramaniam, who holds the record for fastest walking around Singapore (103.6 km in 18 hr 47 min), completed 501,370 steps in 10 days from 6 to 15 Sep 2020. This is roughly about 400 km. The steps were monitored by his phone app. The record attempt was sponsored by Vithya Sri and Khirthana. Read More »

Longest Line Of Origami Hearts

As part of its National Day civic action, Bukit View Secondary School’s lower secondary students folded 13,000 origami hearts. On the origamis, they wrote words of encouragement and well-wishes for the migrant workers. Before sending to them, the students used about 10,000 hearts to form a 319m heart-shaped line on 11 Sep 2020. Read More »

Coldest Shooting Arena

Snow City Singapore has added new features to its winterland. Working with United Shooters, it added Target Shooting and Close Quarter Battle from 4 Sep 2020. Visitors can now enjoy a unique and exhilarating shooting experience with rubber balls at -13 degrees C. Read More »

Largest Collage Made Of Rice

Staff and students of Fajar Secondary School contributed packets of rice which would be distributed to some of the needy by Food From The Heart. Before the rice were carted away, 903 packets of 1-kg rice were arranged to look like a bowl of rice on 3 Sep 2020. The collage measured 6m by 5.5m. Read More »

Youngest To Recall More Than 400 Digits Of Pi

Ishani Shanmugam is 5 years 4 months, a K1 child at Sparkletots. She successfully recited 409 digits of pi without a mistake on 9 Sep 2020 in her home. She took just 3 weeks to work on the memorisation. Her parents are Shanmugam VS and Vennila. Read More »

Longest Distance Covered Online By Runners In 10 Days

55tronger Together Virtual Run was jointly organised by Our Tampines Hub and Tampines West CSC to mark Singapore’s 55th year of independence. Registered runners ran on their own and uploaded their scores recorded on mobile apps from 27 Jul to 8 Aug 2020 to a weblink. For 10 days from 30 Jul to 8 Aug 2020, a total ... Read More »

Largest National Flag Made Of Paper Fortune Cookies

In 1930, Joo Long School was founded in a shophouse in Jurong. Over the years, the name was changed to Rulang Primary School. To mark its 90th anniversary and to celebrate National Day, the students wrote their wishes on slips of paper and folded them into fortune cookies. These were arranged into a Singapore flag on 7 Aug ... Read More »