The World Record of creating ‘largest soap carpet’ has been achieved by Kiboko Enterprises Ltd from Munyonyo, Uganda.
The Kiboko Enterprises Ltd created the largest soap carpet of 1,855.23 sq m (87.1×21.3 m) at Speke Resort, Munyonyo. The largest soap carpet consisted of Two Hundred Fifty Two Thousand Three Hundred Ten (252310) bars of antibacterial soap.
The world record ‘largest building by floor space’ has been achieved by New Century Global Center from Chengdu, Sichuan, China.
It is is a multipurpose building in the Tianfu New Area of Sichuan, China. The 100-metre-tall (330 ft) structure is 500 by 400 metres (1,600 by 1,300 ft) in size with 1,700,000 square metres (18,000,000 sq ft) of floor space. Nearly 400,000 square metres (4,300,000 sq ft) of the building is devoted to shopping. It also houses offices, conference rooms, a university complex, two commercial centres, hotels, an IMAX cinema, a Mediterranean village, a pirate ship and skating rink. The centrepiece of the building is a water park, containing a 54,000 sq ft artificial beach. It has been developed by Entertainment and Travel Group (ETG).
The world record of the ‘highest waterfall’ has been achieved by the ‘Angel Falls’ from Canaima National Park, Guiana Highlands, Bolívar, Venezuela.
The falls sit on the Churú River; with a height of 979 m (3,212 ft). Angel Falls has also been called by indigenous name Kerepakupai Merú.
The world record of creating ‘most powerful electric motorcycle’ has been achieved by The Voxan Wattman electric motorcycle from Rue du Gabian, Monaco.
The Voxan Wattman electric motorcycle, with 150 kW (200 hp) of power at full tilt, can pull the 350 kg (770 lb) bike from 0 to 160 km/h (0-100 mph) in 5.9 seconds, and has a top speed of 170 km/h (106 mph). Voxan estimates a fully-charged Wattman will have a practical range of 180 km (112 miles), based on the NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) standard.
The World Record of ‘largest map made up of coins’ has been achieved by Mr. Anugu Harish Reddy from Nalgonda, Telangana, India.
On June 02, 2014; Mr. Reddy made the gigantic 20 square feet map of the Indian state, Telangana with Twenty One Thousand Thirty One (21031) coins.
The world record of creating ‘smallest artificial heart’ has been achieved by Dr. Robert Jarvik from Rome, Italy.
A 16-month-old baby with dilated cardiomyopathy; a degenerative condition of the heart wall, was implanted the Jarvik’s device; an implantable pump weighing all of 11 grams (an adult artificial heart weighs 900 grams).
The World Record of the ‘biggest cave’ has been achieved by Sơn Đoòng Cave from Vietnam.
The biggest chamber of Sơn Đoòng is more than five kilometres long, 200 metres high and 150 metres wide. The cave measures at least 262×262 feet (80×80 meters) in most places and is approximately 4.5 kilometres (2.8 miles) long. For a couple of kilometres it is more than 140 meters 9460 feet wide and 140 meters 9460 feet high. The cave contains some of the tallest known stalagmites in the world, which are up to 70 m tall.
The World Record of ‘largest bottle tree’ has been achieved by Nigerian Breweries from Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
On December 17, 2014; about Eight Thousand (8000) empty bottles of Star lager beer were stacked together to form the world’s largest bottle tree. The bottle tree measured 32 ft high and 24 metres wide with an area about 400 metres.
The World Record of the ‘longest line of toy cars’ has been achieved by Gemeinde Herzebrock-Clarholz from Herzebrock-Clarholz, Germany.
The record was successfully attempted on September 6, 2013. The total number of toy cars used to create the record was Nine Thousand Two Hundred Thirty Five (9,235) and the length of the line was 723.6 meters (2,374 feet). The miniature cars used to create the record were of various styles and colors including racing cars, passenger cars, Lorries, trucks and S.U.Vs.
The World Record of ‘longest *Sanjha art open gallery’ has been achieved by Lok Sanskriti Manch (LSM) from Indore, MP, India.
On September 21, 2014; LSM headed by Mr. Shankar Lalwani organized an event in which hundreds of participants created colorful Sanjha art on the wall of GDC Indore. Length of the longest Sanjha art open gallery has been measured to be 310 meters (1017.06 feet). Event was coordinated by Mr. Pawan Sharma.
Sanjha* is traditional wall art of Malwa region of India.