The largest cut rubellite cat’s eye is 295.08 carats (59 g; 2.08 oz) and measures 36.74 x 32.02 x 28.74 mm (1.44 x 1.26 x 1.13 in). It is owned by Sushmorre (Singapore). Cat’s eye rubellite belongs to the natural tourmaline species. The colour of the gem is purple red.
The largest cut cat’s eye apatite is 1,861.50 carats (372.3 grams; 13.13 oz) and measures 65.67 x 64.97 x 52.44 mm (2.58 x 2.55 x 2.06 in). It is owned by Sushmorre (Singapore). GIA report confirms that gem quality apatite cat’s eye may be recovered from many sources around the world, but the vast majority of material from all these sources usually produces only small, high quality finished stones or large stones of lower quality. Rough crystals that will cut large fine stones are occasionally Continue reading →
The largest game of pass the parcel took place on 28 February 1998, when 3,918 students removed 2,200 wrappers in two and a half hours from a parcel measuring 1.5 m x 1.5 m x 0.5 m (4.9ft x 4.9ft x 1.6ft) at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
On 5 August 1989, the largest game of musical chairs began with 8,238 participants at the Anglo-Chinese School in Singapore. Three and a half hours later, the game ended with the lucky 15-year-old winner Xu Chong Wei on the last precious chair.
The largest gathering of people dressed as storybook characters is 1,560 and was achieved by Tanglin Trust School (Singapore) in Singapore, on 7 March 2014.
The largest limbo dance involved 1,208 children from Global EduHub Pte Ltd (Singapore) in ITE College West, Singapore, on 1 October 2011. The height for the bar for adults was set at 1 m and for the children is was 0.8 m. One bar was used which was adjusted to make it more fun for the children and adults taking part.
The longest chain of helmets consisted of 18,000 safety helmets, measured 5,664 m (18,582 ft) and was created by Keppel Offshore & Marine Limited (Singapore) at Siloso Beach, Sentosa Island, Singapore on 21 October 2007.
The longest grommet sling measures 110 m (360.8 ft) long, with a diameter of 192 mm (7.55 in). It was constructed in June 2003 by Franklin Offshore International Pte Ltd (Singapore) and has a calculated grommet breaking load of 3,070 tonnes.
The longest human tooth extracted measured 3.2 cm (1.26 in), which was removed from Loo Hui Jing (Singapore) in Singapore, on 6 April 2009. The procedure took place at the Eli Dental Surgery and performed by Dr. Ng Lay Choo.
The longest inline skating chain involved 280 participants in Padang, Singapore, for an event organised by Samsung Asia Pte Ltd. (Singapore) on 6 August 2006.