Set new Guinness World Records at Ramadan Night Market

Ramadan Night Market is offering the residents and visitors a unique opportunity to set new Guinness Book of World Records. Designed to appeal to all ages from youngsters to adults, these record breaking events will be the highlight of this year’s night market which will be held from June 1- 10 from 8 pm to 2 am at Dubai World Trade Centre, Hall 7 and 8. The entry fee for the souk is AED 5 for adults, while children under 5 years enter for free.

All the 9 contests are divided under 3 broad categories which are Talented Thursday, Foodie Friday and Sing it Saturday. Some will be individual attempt while for others, people will need to work as a team. Under the theme of Talented Thursday, visitors will get to chisel their competitive spirit while getting ready to race against time to reach the goal of creating most painted handprints in one minute, most paper aircrafts made and caught in a minute and most pencils stood on end in one minute.

Taking the excitement to another level will be the Foodie Friday attempts where people will try an expert hand at assembling the maximum number of hotdogs, or build an Arabic coffee cup pyramid while keeping an eye on the clock.

While one can test their vocal cords and compete for the longest continuous vocal note, they can also participate at the Sing it Saturday contests. It also features most body taps in one minute and identifying the maximum number of musical instrument images in one minute challenge.

Samantha Cordeiro Miranda, Deputy General Manager- Marketing & Communications at Sumansa Exhibitions said: “Dubai residents love pushing the envelope and creating history and the new activities will certainly spark their imagination. Time will be of essence for the participants to take on challenges amidst a super charged crowd. We have created separate themes for each day of the contest to include many areas of interest.”

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