THE WAIT IS over—sort of—as Thailand’s first interactive museum on snakes, Siam Serpentarium, opens to the public. This modern edutainment venue comprises three sections that feature entertaining exhibits and presentations on these fascinating reptiles. The Immersive Snake Museum will take you on a journey through a snake’s life, from birth to its predatorial life to reproduction. The second section, Snake Planet, displays more than 50 species of snakes including the anaconda and the colorful ball python. Finally, the Naka Theatre hosts live performances by snake experts playing bare-handed with the king cobra, one of the deadliest serpents in the animal kingdom. It’s located quite far from the city center (close to Suvarnabhumi Airport), but we do think it’s worth the drive.
|Venue name:||Siam Serpentarium|
Luang Phaeng Road
|Opening hours:||Open daily 09:00-18:00|
|Price:||Thais: B350/adult and foreigner with work permit, B150/children; Foreigners: B550/adult, B350/chrildren|