IN THE MEDIA

Red Dynasty Paintball Park is the talk of the town!

TimeOut Singapore

52 of the best things to do on the weekends in Singapore!

UFM100.3

Watch local DJs from UFM 100.3 DJ: Wei Long 刘伟龙 and Xin Ying 李欣盈 battle it out paintball style at our Turf City (Bukit Timah) branch.

Augustman

5 Ways to Blow off Steam.

Weekender

6 experiences in Woodlands you didn’t know you could have.

The Smart Local

5 Exhilarating Activities You Never Knew You Could Do In Singapore – Guide To Singapore: Episode 8

Village Singapura

10 Affordable Team Building Activities in Singapore!

The Finder Singapore

Father’s Day Special. On the list of to-dos with your dad, PAINTBALL! Gather the whole family and have a fun filled day out at Red Dynasty Paintball Park!

HRM Magazine

Reveals some of the creative teambuilding events that allows employees to gain valuable skills, beside simply having fun.

bowdywanders.com

Red Dynasty Paintball Park, Singapore’s #1 Paintball Park is the answer to a breathtaking, heart-racing manslaughter weekend.

MyPaper Newspaper

Find out why corporate personal choose paintball to release stress.

citynomads.com

Top 10 Corporate Bonding Activities in Singapore. Find out which activities allows your company to have fun together making for a more closely knit company and thus, the ability to work seamlessly.

The Smart Local

Symone Maria Oei visited ORTO adventure park located in Yishun to explore all the exciting activities that can be enjoyed there.

FHM Magazine

Speedball 101. Find out all about what competitive paintball or speedball is all about.

Human Resources Magazine

Shoot for success with Singapore’s ultimate team building activity. Find out what are the key objectives of paintball team building event.

familylifestyle.sg

There is no better way to tighten that family bond then with a few games of paintball.

The 5 Show 2015 – EP71

Kym Ng and Irene Ang share with us the best things to do over the weekend with the help from The Wonderful Ibus (Kym Ng and Irene Ang)! They check out the newly re-opened Bottle Tree Park, now known as ORTO.