Planning a Trip and Traveling to the Snake Farm in Bangkok

Traveling is a popular pastime for people of all ages, young and elderly. When traveling, the tourist is confronted with various excellent opportunities. The traveler has the chance to experience new things, make decisions, reward themselves, and learn about other cultures.

Suppose you are up for an adventure; it’s time to get that checklist and plan for your next trip! Planning a trip and traveling to the snake farm in Bangkok is the best place if you are searching for an exotic location. However, before you begin packing your belongings, consider the following you must know where to find the best hotels in Bangkokthe best things to do there, and the must-try Thai foods as you travel.

Planning a trip

A camera, coffee, a phone, passport and a map


  1. Make sure you have a valid passport.
  2. Acquire traveler’s checks. If the receipt is lost or stolen, keep it in a safe place.
  3. Make time for enjoyment, whether for work or pleasure.

All of the tours are fascinating, relaxing, and fun. You can ensure a stress-free vacation full of wonderful surprises for your family or friends.


  1. Get a sense of the location
  2. When is the best time to visit, and how long should you stay?
  3. Compare the price to your budget.
  4. Purchase plane, train, or bus tickets and lodging.
  5. Plan out your day’s activities and actions.
  6. Make sure you pack everything you’ll need and make any necessary revisions.

Now let us apply these essential planning tips when traveling to the snake farm in Bangkok.


grayscale cobra

The snake farm in Bangkok, part of the Thai Red Cross Institute (originally the Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute) and opened to the public in 1923, includes enormous pits and mesh enclosures to house its reptilian residents. The snake farm, also known as “Suan Nguu,” is home to various poisonous and non-venomous snakes. In Sao Paolo, Brazil, a snake farm is the world’s second-oldest snake farm.

The Snake Farm operates on the ethical principle of appreciating snakes as an essential element of our ecosystem. In their new homes, the snakes roam around freely. The reptile handlers and carers here have received extensive training. They deal with various snakes every day, including rainbow snakes, green tree snakes, and even the deadly striped banded krait. It’s no surprise that this location attracts about 50,000 visitors each year!

Who’d have guessed that you could get up close and personal with our reptile friends (or foes) in the heart of Bangkok? Next to the Chulalongkorn Hospital and University is the inspirational Bangkok Snake Farm, part of the Thai Red Cross Institute. The farm provides guests with a fun and educational day out for the whole family.


crowded streets with cars passing by

The Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute is close to Chulalongkorn Hospital and University, between Rama IV and Henry Dunant Roads.

Sala Daeng BTS Skytrain and Silom MRT Stations are the closest stations. There are a few cafés and a mall close by if you want to grab a bite to eat. The entrance fee is 200 baht. 

When should you arrive?

Attend at least one hour before the start of the show. You may adjust your arrival time based on whether you want to watch the venom extraction demonstration or the snake-handling display—both displayed on the same day.

Extraction of venom

green viper

At 11 a.m., the doctor conducts venom extraction from Monday to Friday; weekends with holidays excluded. Because the snake-handling act is more popular, people line up from 11 a.m. on weekends and holidays until 2.30 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you want to see both shows, you’ll have to come on weekdays.

Cages for snakes

I was peering around the outside snake enclosures before the show to see a variety of snakes coiled in gnomes. I’m not sure if they’re supposed to be there or not, but the outdoor tanks have edible frogs, so keep an eye out for them.

In addition to the surprise frogs, the memorial grounds are home to urban wildlife, such as this spotted dove I observed in one of the trees.

The Museum of Snakes

Monumental sculpture with a golden cobra

Head inside up to the snake museum after you’ve gotten your fill of the outdoors.

A display of various snake species and a collection of documents of the snake’s complete life cycle are in Snake Farm in Bangkok. It takes you from conception through adulthood, starting with reproduction and eggs.

There’s also a snake collection on the museum’s bottom floor if you want to brush up on your snake identification skills! The tanks aren’t huge, so hopefully, the institute will address this in the future.

Showcase of snake handling

woman with a big live yellow snake on her shoulders

You should arrive at the auditorium around half an hour before the snake-handling show begins if you want a good seat. It can get pretty crowded, mainly when school groups are present.

Several intriguing snakes appear for the snake-handling performance and their behavior shows. The king cobras, who puff up their necks in front of the audience, are the show’s stars.

You can hold this albino Burmese python at the end of the demonstration and have your photo taken because it’s tamed. The Bangkok Snake Farm is a great way to learn about snakes. It’s a must-see for snake enthusiasts and children visiting Thailand’s most notorious city.


woman with a snake on her neck

Even though the snake is a frightening reptile in Thailand, many ladies want to see it in their dreams. Suppose you have a plan that you are wearing a snake strap. According to the dream interpretation, you will meet your soul match soon. Everyone has a good night’s sleep, and good luck encountering a snake in your dreams.