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It was a fabulous visit where I learned a lot. You can start with the snakes outside and continue inside. Every snake has a name and description. You also can see some mice and other food for the snakes there. There's a very interesting video...More
The first thing to say is that the snakes are very well looked after and are part of the Red Cross antivenom program. The people handling the snakes are Red Cross employees. The show at 14.30 is the highlight....seeing the king cobra in all it's...More
It's fine. I mean its a snake farm and there is a little "museum" with snake bones and information about snakes, venom, etc. They have a show where they handle snakes and talk about snakes in both Thai and English. It's good for kids I...More
Even the snake-o-phobes in my family were glad we went. Go a little early to see the exhibits before the show, and to stake out seats near the rail. There is a lot of action and you’ll want to see it all! Plus, you’re supporting...More
Snakes, they sort of give me the shivers. But this place was compelling beyond belief. I saw things that left me awed, remarkable snakes, and there was lots of information about where they live, why we want them, what challenges they face. The snake show...More
a display of local snakes for Southeast Asia with a lot of information about which varieties are venomous and how to handle snake bites and to show respect for nature. beautiful environment for the the display of snake and a funny snake show. if there...More