Dubai has started 2018 with new two Guinness World Records. The first one is the largest laser light show on single building at Burj Khalifa and the another Guinness World Record was for the world’s largest caviar tin at Atlantis The Palm.
Dubai’s laser show over 109,000 square meters doubled broke the record, previously set by Hong Kong in 2013, when the laser show was projected over 46,000 square meters on the city’s International Commerce Centre.
Atlantis, The Palm teamed up with luxury US caviar company AmStur this New Year’s Eve to create the impossible and break the Guinness World Record™ for the world’s largest caviar tin. The 50kg serving of caviar was presented to guests at the resorts’ Gala Dinner and smashed the previous Guinness World Record™ for the world’s largest caviar tin, which was recorded in 2016, weighing in at 17kg.
“It was exciting to see another Guinness World Records title being broken here in Dubai – you are Officially Amazing!”, – commented guidelines the Guinness World Record adjudicator after checking that the attempt was verified.