Posts Tagged: Singapore

[Video] SPS 2019 – Event #2 | Open Division

This is Singapore Paintball Series 2019, Event #2 for Open Division held at Red Dynasty Paintball Park on 15/9/2019. 

A total of 9 teams participate inclusive team from Australia, Japan, Singapore and Malaysia.

Full Result

Champion – STK (Australia)
1st Runner Up – Hellions SG (Singapore)
2nd Runner Up – Outlaws Singapore (Singapore)
3rd Runner Up – LANUN (Singapore)

M.V.P – Dan Woods (STK)
Player Of The Year – Marcus Loh (Outlaws Singapore)
SPS Best Referee – Sulasteri
SPS 2019 OVERALL SERIES CHAMPION – Outlaws Singapore (Singapore)

Photo Gallery of the event: http://www.bobtahar.com/?p=20809

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Singapore by Samsung Galaxy S10e

Singapore sightseeing while attending Paintball event. All images captured with Samsung Galaxy S10e.

Around 5 to 6 hours sight seeing before our bus ride to KL. Within that period of time we managed to visit Pasir Ris National Park, Jewel Changi Airport, Garden by the Bays, shopping at Mustafa Center and pray at one of the oldest mosque in Singapore, Masjid Hajjah Fatimah.

SPS 2019 – Event #2 | Open Division

This is Singapore Paintball Series 2019, Event #2 for Open Division held at Red Dynasty Paintball Park on 15/9/2019. 

A total of 9 teams participate inclusive team from Australia, Japan, Singapore and Malaysia.

Full Result

Champion – STK (Australia)
1st Runner Up – Hellions SG (Singapore)
2nd Runner Up – Outlaws Singapore (Singapore)
3rd Runner Up – LANUN (Singapore)

M.V.P – Dan Woods (STK)
Player Of The Year – Marcus Loh (Outlaws Singapore)
SPS Best Referee – Sulasteri
SPS 2019 OVERALL SERIES CHAMPION – Outlaws Singapore (Singapore)

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SPPL & ANTHRAX ASIA CUP 2016

This is The Singapore Paintball Premier League (SPPL) and ANTHRAX Asia Cup 2016 held at Red Dynasty Paintball Park Singapore form 26-27 November 2016. SPPL were divided into 4 division, Championship, Novice, Challenger & Rookies. Anthrax Asia Cup were divided into 2 division, Open Electronic and Open Mechanical.

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Universal Studio – Singapore

How to go to Universal Studio by public transport?

My journey was through the 2nd link, Gelang Patah, Johor to Tuas Checkpoint, Singapore. From Gelang Patah take
Causeway Link bus CW3 or CW4 to Jurong East (RM2.60). When arrive at the Tuas Checkpoint… go quickly for passport check and run to catch back the same bus. The bus will not wait… however if you miss.. you can wait for the 2nd bus around 5-10 minutes… no need to buy new tickets… from Tuas it take about 20 minutes to Jurong East MRT Station

The Singapore MRT network line is easy to understand even for 1st time commuter. Please ask for the network
map at the service counter. From Jurong East, take the East West Line (green) to Outram Park interchange. Alight… and take the
North East Line (purple)  to Harbour Front (SGD3.10 inclusive returned deposit of $1)

From Harbour Front Station you can proceed to the Resort World Sentosa either
by Sentosa Express Monorail (SGD3.00), Walking through Sentosa Boardwalk (free), Shuttle Bus RWS8 (SGD2.00) or Cable Car (SGD24.00 adult).

The fastest would be the monorail… but I take the RWS8 Bus. The Journey take about 15 minutes.

To return back to Gelang Patah… do back all of the above backwards… but from Sentosa to Harbour Front (Vivo City)… please take the monorail… because it’s free! From Jurong East back to Gelang Patah by Causeway Link bus cost SGD4.00. Don’t forget to return back the MRT ticket for a refund of the deposit.

Click pictures gallery below for the images of Universal Studio. Tips – buy the ticket online using Maybank credit card or debit visa card to get 15% discount. All images captured with D7000 + Samyang 8mm fisheye and Tokina 11-16/2.8.