The world record certificate is handed over to festival official.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Abu Dhabi Culinary Season, the festival dedicated to dining experiences organised by the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi, has set a new Guinness World Record for the largest variety of ice cream flavours at a location.
The event, which was a major success in the region, is part of the summer ice cream offers launched by the Abu Dhabi Culinary Season throughout the Emirate, and the Abu Dhabi Shopping and Food Campaign.
The event kicked off at Yas Mall last Friday, and ice cream lovers enjoyed a delicious experience with 1001 flavours.
The campaign is based on Abu Dhabi's keenness to make the society a fun and enjoyable place for everyone.
The Abu Dhabi season for shopping, food and summer ice cream was organized amid strict application of health and safety measures, in line with the directives of the emirate government.
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