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Ras Al Khaimah in UAE creates biggest new year sign in the sky, breaks Guinness record

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Ras Al Khaimah, one of the seven Emirates in the UAE, welcomes 2023 with a pyro-musical show and broke two Guinness World Records in the process.

Over 670 drones were deployed to the sky to create a stunning display that lasted 12 minutes. The fireworks covered 4.7 kilometres of beachfront and reached a height of 1,100 metres. The larger-than-life display lit up the sky and impressed the viewers. The show had choreographed nano lights, colours, and shapes to electric beats. The drones then seamlessly transitioned into the Emirate's iconic ‘RAKashida' logo.

The celebrations broke two records - the number of drones launched simultaneously and the largest aerial sentence formed by drones. The Emirate on its official Instagram account shared the video and captioned it: "#RAKNYE2023 has just smashed two new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS titles. The pyro-musical show featured over 670 drones, nano lights, colours, and shapes all choreographed to electric beats."

Raki Phillips, Chief Executive Officer of Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority, said Ras Al Khaimah has once again proven its position as a leading tourism destination that welcomes people from all over the globe. "Not only have we set two new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS titles for our #RAKNYE2023 celebrations, but we've also given thousands of visitors and residents a New Year's Eve show that they'll never forget. This marks a great start to what is set to be a hugely exciting and busy year for us as we continue to build the reputation of Ras Al Khaimah as the must-visit destination for 2023," she added.

Hotels across the emirate were fully booked during the new year's occasion and received over 30,000 visitors. It has become the most visited show to date.

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