Discover the secret lives of nature's slipperiest creatures at Snake Farm (Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute). Run by the Thai Red Cross, this museum, farm, and educational center boasts a large collection of snakes and a range of exhibits discussing their habitat, behavior, and cultural history. Test your nerve by posing with the animals, and check out the demonstrations of how to milk venom. Plan to visit Snake Farm (Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute) and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Bangkok attractions using our Bangkok road trip planner .
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Интересное место и для детей, и для взрослых. Старший сын увлекается серпентологией, ему очень хотелось попасть на эту ферму. Оказалось интересным для всех. Террариумы на улице и внутри здания(чисто, ... more »A fun place for children and adults. The eldest son is fascinated by serpentologiej, he really wanted to get on this farm. Turned out to be interesting for all. Terrariums on the street and inside the building (pure, sleek, cool). The second floor of the building perfectly done, informative. Several short films that explain clearly how are snakes, first aid for bites and others. Snakes are very different from uzhikov to Cobras and huge anacondas. At 11.00 and 14.30 show how fed the snake and Venom as collect. But we unfortunately to late as 11.00 in advance did not know, and wait until 14.30. Entrance adults 200 baht, 50 baht for children. For the 3-year child nothing took. Recommend. Next to Lumpini Park is located. You can visit several of these attractions.
Будучи проездом в Бангкоке решили с детьми заехать на змеиную ферму. На шоу мы опоздали, но не смотря на это, не пожалели. Здесь много змей, наверное все, которые есть в Тайланде. Часть змей в террари... more »Being in transit in Bangkok decided to with children go to the snake farm. On the show we were late, but in spite of this, have donated. There are many snakes, probably all in Thailand. Part of the snakes in the terraria and cells on the street, part of the just in open enclosures with high walls, where you can just look at the top and a large part of the building. The building has two floors, one many snakes, and a variety of them not living exhibits, skeletons, skins, etc. A lot of different information about snakes. Also on the second floor there are interactive movies in English about the origin of snake bites, first aid, about how the poison and others. All in all an interesting place!
The snake demonstration is so amazing. The MC talks in both Thai and English. Before they finished the show, they will let the audience experience the boa, it is so calm and cute. Entrance ticket costs 20 baht for Thai, not sure for foreigner. The exhibition hall is interesting too. The first floor exhibits the poison snake in glass cabinet, the second floor exhibits the snake bones and life evolution, so amazing.
Wow! This farm is one of the largest farms in the world! And they show really fascinating snakes - alive and and an own museum. The largest King Cobras I‘ve ever seen. And a lot of other potentially deadly snakes. The show in the afternoon is breathtaking. And you are very close (but save!): good possibility to make awesome photos. At the end and if you want you can touch a albino constrictor at the end. Entrance for adults is very cheap: 200 Bath. Children less, 40 Bath I think it was ... Summary: must see. Great place in Bangkok!
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