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Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, Bangkok

This institute contains a collection of poisonous snakes which are 'milked' daily for their venom in order to produce invaluable anti-snakebite serum.

This institute contains a collection of poisonous snakes which are 'milked' daily for their venom in order to produce invaluable anti-snakebite serum. Twice a day a venom extraction show is held, in which the announcer explains about the dangerous kinds of snakes living in Thailand and what to do when you run into one. The animals are treated professionally and the whole show is safe. If you want a picture with a dangerous snake curling around you - this is your chance.


Hours

Sun

8:30

12:00

Mon

8:30

16:30

Tue

8:30

16:30

Wed

8:30

16:30

Thu

8:30

16:30

Fri

8:30

16:30

Sat

8:30

12:00

About Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute

 1874 Rama IV Rd

 +66 2 252-0161

Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute and Nearby Sights on Map

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Isetan

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