The Atlantis, The Palm hotel in Dubai made of fuss of what (it claims), was the largest fireworks display in the world. Here’s more about the region’s track-record with the colorful entertainers.
November 25, 2008 5:40 by kippreport
According to reports, Grucci, the organizer of the spectacular fireworks display at Atlantis, The Palm hotel has confirmed that the event is set to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the world’s ‘largest fireworks display’.
The budget for the fireworks at Atlantis was $3 million, which, according to Philip Butler, a family member of Grucci’s, is also a world record.
The program included firing positions from 226 floating pontoons across 46 kilometers of water on the Palm fronds, 40 locations along the monorail on the Palm’s trunk and positions on 400 balconies on the south facade and rooftop surfaces of Atlantis.
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