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While we did not go inside this trip, we have visited previously and while it is interesting to visit, if you have a fear of snakes do not go inside. The snakes live in the tree branches and can be difficult to see. Also be...More
Temple located within industries area. There are food stalls. Place was large with snakes resting from trees to trees. There is a snake farm in the premises which you need to pay. Farm look run down but housed many snakes, few are extremely large. Good...More
I visited the snake temple as 9 year old child and have had a life long fascination with snakes as a result, so I have always wanted to come back. Fifty years later, I managed it, and although not as big as I remembered, it...More
Also known as Temple of Azure Cloud, this temple was built to honor a Buddhist monk in 1850. Famed for the presence of poisonous vipers back in those days, sadly one doesn't get to see any more snakes roaming freely around the compounds of this...More
I was quite excited to these snakes but there were few of them and the main focus of the temple seemed to be to get tourists to pay a ludicrous amount of money for a photo or tat from the stalls outside.