Located in the heart of Bangkok, the Queen Saovabha memorial institute, part of the Thai Red Cross. Snake farm Bangkok raise venomous snakes to extract the serum from venom and use it in the production for antidotes on victims of bite, and research in medicines. It is the 2nd oldest in the world (1913) after the one in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Two Floors Museum
A walk outdoor serpentarium, home to various snake habitats. Two floors museum labeled with clear detailed descriptions of each species. Well-maintained displays vivariums, and designed exhibits about their evolution, anatomy, toxicology, mythology, the life cycle, reproduction, short films, and how to do the first aid for snakebite. Snake farm Bangkok is informative, fascinating and entertaining with 200 different types, and 1,500 snakes. The second in the world with such a facility.
Famous and popular for the catching, handling, and snake venom extraction show. A small seat auditorium close to the stage where shows are held. At the end of the performance, you will be invited to handle one yourself, boa or python?
If you are not afraid of snakes get in the 1st row 10 minutes early.
Venom extraction show at 11.00 and at 14.30 for the snake-handling Monday to Friday
Weekends at 11.00
Thai Red Cross Institute, 1871 Rama 4, Intersection with Henry Dunant road next to Chulalongkorn hospital and university
MRT Sam Yan, few minutes walk
Entrance 200 baht, children 50 baht
Open 08.30 – 12.00 and 13.00 to 16.30
Open 08.30 -12.00 on weekends
More than 40,000 tourists visit the snake farm, 60% from abroad and 40% from Thailand. Awesome place for snake lover and educational day for the whole family
I hope this will be useful to you in planning your next trip to Bangkok. If you have any questions, I will be more than happy to help you out.