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Best parts was the cuddling, we cuddled a few minutes each with big king cobras for 100 baht. (Had their mouth taped)
And at the souvernir stands, one vendor had some baby snakes in a box, available for cuddling. That was the best treat of...More
This is only King Cobra saving place, without any interest, a poor show for small tourists, nothing inetresting, one old crocodile stay in a durty water place very bad things, to lost for local people, don't worry they give you only a small python for...More
Very interesting place if you like snakes very good show from the locals also various other animals at king cobra village if visiting from khon kaen then its about 40km from the city but worth a trip you won't be disappointed
I was there this week it was realy worth it anyway for a tourist it is 100 baht for a thai 40 baht and a kid 20 baht. Good snake show and you can also go on the picture with the snakes. Also other animals...More
Of course it's pretty touristy, though many tourists are South-East Asians themselves, so as a westerner I still had the idea of being one of a few. The shows themselves are nice but not spectacular, but having a king cobra (with its snout taped shut)...More
We drove to the King Cobra village from Udon Thani it was not difficult to find and signs in english directed us to its location. There were only 2 other westerners there when we visited.
After parking our car we were surrounded with souvenir, food...More
It’s not easy to find this village, luckily we arrived just on time for the next show. It’s not for free anymore: 100 baht per farang person. The people who are fighting with these snakes are very proud on what they are doing and very...More
They charge foreigners a higher entrance fee than Thai people. Somewhat entertaining if you have free time and are in the area. You can get your picture taken with a cobra. A variety of snakes and other animals kept in cages that don't look animal...More