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(WCSA)Top 100 Largest Libraries In The World – P5.George Peabody Library, Johns Hopkins University , USA.

( The George Peabody Library is widely recognized as one of the most beautiful library spaces in the world, but is also an essential space for teaching and research.

ASEAN RECORDS – The largest Rainforest World Music Festival Malaysia in ASEAN

( The Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) is a unique festival held in the Malaysian island of Borneo to celebrate music, nature and culture.

ASEAN RECORDS – Chocolate Hills Philippines – The mysterious landscape featuring the most hills in ASEAN

( The Chocolate Hills are a group of unusually shaped hills located in the middle of the island of Bohol in Philippines. This extraordinary landscape is unique to this small island.

ASEANRECORDS – Kyaiktiyo Pagoda Myanmar – The only pagoda on the balancing golden rock in ASEAN

( Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (also known as Golden Rock) is a well-known Buddhist pilgrimage site in Mon State, Burma. It is a small pagoda (7.3 metres (24 ft)) built on the top of a granite boulder covered with gold leaves pasted on by its male devotees.

ASEANRECORDS – Marvel at Gardens by the Bay featuring the largest climate-controlled greenhouses in ASEAN

( Singapore's extraordinary Gardens by the Bay opened in the summer of 2012, and we are still blown away by the park's amazing design.

ASEANRECORDS – Malaysia’s Penang Second Bridge – The longest bridge over water in ASEAN

( The Penang Second Bridge, the longest bridge in Southeast Asia helps ease traffic in the rapidly industrialising northern state of Penang.

ASEANRECORDS – Singha Park Chiang Rai Balloon Fiesta Thailand – The largest Balloon Festival in ASEAN

( This is the largest hot air balloon festival in ASEAN with over 30 creatively designed balloons from 14 countries putting on a grand performance in the skies of Chiang Rai.

Top 20 UNESCO Heritage in ASEAN – P̀.̀̀̀19. Vietnamese Tug of War

( The United Nations culture body UNESCO granted heritage recognition for tug of war, a traditional game played regularly in northern Vietnam and several rice-cultivating countries in the region.

Top 10 UNESCO Heritage In ASEAN – P̀.̀̀̀8. Sukhothai, Thailand

( Sukhothai was the capital of the Sukhothai Kingdom. Sukhothai is 12 km west of the modern city of Sukhothai Thani.

Tallest Statue Of Jesus , Phillpiines.

( The Sacred Heart of Jesus in Roxas, Capiz in the Philippines stands 132-foot (40 m). The construction of the statue began in 2011 and was completed on January 5, 2015. The construction of the statue was done by a seven-man core team led by a Pilipino sculptor John A. Alaban. The statue of Jesus is 102 ft (31 m) and mounted on a 9m high base .

Farmers collect most whips from the world (men), Thailand.

( Mr. Teerasak Sunthorn is a Thai farmer with knowledge of whips. He whips collected from around the world, as many as 66 pieces.

Largest Word Formation Made Of Ceramic Tiles, Singapore

( Students of Teck Ghee Primary School were given ceramic tiles to paint, to mark the school’s 15th anniversary on 3 Nov 2017. Thereafter, class by class, students went to the parade square to place their tiles to form the word ‘TGPS15’. 1,311 ceramic tiles were counted.

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