Remember this lion head symbol at Tanjong Pagar Terminal? It set a new Guinness World Record

The lion head symbol, made up entirely of containers, has notched a Guinness World record for the Largest Shipping Container Image.

It was previously reported that several Stompers had seen the cool display on Oct 16 and shared their pictures with Stomp.

The lion head display measured 128 square meters, was made up of 359 empty shipping containers and took 15 hours to complete, according to PSA Singapore in a Facebook post on Oct 30.

At an event organised by PSA Singapore at the Tanjong Pagar Terminal, a certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records was officially presented to Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure Khaw Boon Wan, reported The Straits Times.

Khaw Boon Wan, who is also the Transport Minister, calls the shift of PSA's core operations to Pasir Panjang Terminal "an end of an era", Despite this, he said that Tanjong Pagar Terminal will "always hold a special place in our hearts as Singapore's very first container terminal".

Earlier this year, PSA Singapore had relocated all of its 500 staff from Tanjong Pagar Terminal to its new terminal at Pasir Panjang.

Watch the timelapse of how the lion head symbol was formed in the video below.