The second World Record Organization recognized that Mrs. Nguyen Thi Tru is the World's Oldest Living Woman
(WorldKings) After World Records Association (WRA), World Records Union, which is the second record organization, recognized that the Vietnam's Oldest Living Woman is the World's Oldest Living Woman.
(Worldkings) - Being nominated by Vietnam Book of Records (Vietkings), the portrait of President Ho Chi Minh, which is 4 metres in length, 6 metres in width and made of 10.000 lotus flowers (pink and white), has been recognized as "The largest portrait made of lotus flowers" by World Records Union - Worldkings.
(Worldkings) - At an altitude of 8,848 m (29,029 ft), Mt. Everest (Himalaya range) has the highest mountain top in the world.
(Worldkings) - The meditation center of Wat Phra Dhammakaya, Cetiya, with the capacity of 1.5 million people, is the largest Buddhist meditation center in the world.
(Worldkings) - Nalanda was founded nearly 2.000 years ago and originally was a Buddhist monastery. Moreover, it was also a school where scholars and students from as far away as Tibet, China, Korea, and Central Asia came to study Buddhism. Therefore, historians often characterize Nalanda as a university - the first Buddhist university in the world.
(Worldkings) - The longest river in the world is Nile, a major river in Africa which flows through many countries including Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan, Eritrea,...
(Worldkings) - The largest collection of Tripitaka inscription on stone is located in Kuthodaw pagoda, a famous religious site in Mandalay, Myanmar.
(Worldkings) - Being composed of over 2.900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for over 2.300 kilometres (1.400 mi) over an area of approximately 344.400 km2, the Great Barrier Reef, which is located in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland, Australia, is the largest coral reef system in the world.
(Worldkings) - Caspian Sea, a lake which is located between Europe and Asia, is recognized as the largest lake in the world.
(Worldkings) - The Tripitaka Koreana at Haeinsa pagoda (South Korea) is also called "Eighty-Thousand Tripitaka" because the number of wooden printing blocks (on which the Tripitaka scriptures were carved) is more than 80,000 blocks. This is the largest collection of Tripitaka wooden printing blocks in the world and is perfectly conserved.