How To Be A Record Holder

Everyone is qualifed. Everyone can set or break a record, as an individual or as part of a team.
We accept original and creative ideas in as many ways possible. What we are looking for, however, are attempts that are interesting, involving some degree of skill, reasonably safe and have the potential to attract others eager to surpass your feat.

1. Send us an official application letter (with letterhead), proposal with all the relevant details (such as proposed record title, the mechanism and other information pertaining to the nature of your record attempt)

2. Once this attempt can be endorsed, we will issue our Rules & Regulations (R&R) letter, the terms of which must be strictly be adhered to.

3. The MBR reserves the right to determine, at our sole discretion, the records to be published in the Malaysia Book of Records.

4. The Malaysia Book of Records reserves the right to publish/use all record details, photographs and audio-visual material for the purpose of publicity of the record.

1. Precautionary measures must be observed or taken to ensure participants’ safety and medical aids should be readily made available at all times.

2. Please advise us on the safety precaution for this attempt in writing.

3. The Malaysia Book of Records cannot be held responsible for any accidents or illnesses or any risks and hazards involved:

a. connected and/or associated during or resulting from such record attempts, including not limited to the risk of illness, injury, death, loss and/or damage of property, or property theft

b. situations beyond the reasonable control that may arise during or resulting from such records attempts

The Malaysia Book of Records features individuals and groups that have accomplished extraordinary feats. If you think you have what it takes to create or break a record, then you are well on your way to stamping your name in history.

if you have a particular talent, passion or even a one-of-a-kind collection, give us a heads up. Or, if you are fresh out of ideas on how to create or break records, just browse through these pages and be inspired, amazed or just plain dumbfounded.

These include photographs, which are a must; independent corroboration in the form of local or national newspaper cuttings; and signed statements of authentication by two or more independent persons of some standing in the community, including contact addresses and telephone numbers, and confirming all our rules have been adhered to.

Potential record-breakers are required to write in early to notify us of their proposals or to obtain the current status of each record before any attempt. This is to ensure proper rules and procedures are followed, and to avoid disqualification on technicalities.

While attempting to break an existing record in most of the Human Achievements categories, The Malaysia Book of Records has specific guidelines to ensure the consistency of precedents rules already established.

The Malaysia Book of Records strives to be completely authentic. There may be the rare instances where an earlier record may become known after the book is published. In such cases, amendments and updates will be carried only in the next edition.

For reasons of space or others, a confirmed entry may be dropped at the time of going to print, as any record may subsequently be broken. The publisher is not bound to inform the claimant of the change in status.

The Malaysia Book of Records reserves the right to feature and to publish any record attempts, and the use of record details, photographs and audio visuals for publicity purposes.

Application for A Malaysia Record Adjudication

A Malaysia record means a record carried out in the country of Malaysia or by the people of Malaysia. Please fill in this form as completely as possible. If there is still pending information, submit this first and come back again at a later date to complete the rest. Full details must be received by MBR before the record event.