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Fellow Vipers,


It is with much disappointment that we announce Viper Beach will NOT be taking place this 26th and 27th March 2022 in Avilion Admiral Cove, Port Dickson as initially planned. In line with the advise received from the local council, the event will be postponed until Covid-19 cases record lower numbers.


As Malaysia makes her way into the endemic phase and approaches the peak of the Omicron wave, we urge everyone to take caution and stay safe. Looking after yourself plays a pivotal role  in looking after one another. #kitajagakita


We would like to assure all participants that we have every intention of organising the event as soon as circumstances permit. We are deeply disappointed that the recent spike in cases that sees an all time record high leaves us with no choice but to postpone the event, as without the support of the relevant authorities, we are unable to proceed further.


Seeing your enthusiasm in the last two events makes the many challenges we face worth the effort. As we organised Viper Comeback Edition in December 2021 and the recent Viper King of the Mountain in early March 2022, we have to work closely with all relevant Government authorities to navigate the changes of the Covid-19 situation. Our utmost priority is to ensure the safety of all crew and participants within an authorised environment with key guidelines and SOPs. 


From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for your support and patience during this difficult time the last two years. We remain hopeful and committed to bring our series of events to various destinations within Malaysia to unlock new experiences and adventures for all of you.


We hope to be able to confirm the new dates in the coming weeks and give all of you sufficient time to plan and the make the trip to Port Dickson.






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