Make it a trip to one of the most unique attractions in Bangkok. Explore the species of living snakes and enjoy a professional snake handling demonstrations at Bangkok Snake Farm.
Operated by Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, Bangkok’s highly regarded Snake Farm focuses on education and includes outdoor exhibits as well as an indoor serpentarium. The farm’s collection comprises 35 species of living snakes including giant pythons, and snake handling demonstrations are conducted daily.
In a 100-seat arena, visitors learn of snake evolution, anatomy, life cycle and reproduction. Snake experts also relate information on toxicology as well as first aid along with the importance of venom extraction for bite treatment. Indeed, the Snake Farm provides instruction for Bangkok’s police and health professionals in dealing with snake-related incidents.
Bangkok Snake Farm at Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute Snake Farm is at Henry Dunant intersection (near Thai Red Cross Society), only a few minutes from Novotel Bangkok Silom Road. Hotel guests can get to the Snake Farm by taking BTS Sky Train from Surasak station and get off at Saladaeng station.