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Common Thailand Snakes 2

Green keelback snake (Rhabdophis nigrocinctus), a potentially dangerous snake.

[Last Updated: 5 June 2022] More Common Thailand Snakes When visiting Thailand on vacation or for a long-term stay there are certain snakes you are likely to see and others that you will probably never see, even if you’re looking very hard to find them. On this page is a selection of common (frequently found) … Read more

Thailand Snake Photos – Malayan Pit Viper

This lovely 1 meter long Malayan Pit Viper was submitted by a reader of Thailand Snakes (.com), John Helm in Jomtien Beach, near Pattaya, Thailand. The photo was taken on 3/7/11. John moved the snake from his patio over a wall separating his house from some heavy bush. These snakes appear to be lazy, or … Read more

Mangrove Pit Viper on Koh Samui

This photo comes from a reader that was writing postcards in her bungalow on the island of Koh Phi Phi, in Thailand’s Krabi province when she noticed a Mangrove Pit Viper (Cryptelytrops purpureomaculatus) near her foot! This is not the snake you want near your foot, as they are heat-sensing, and some are known to be … Read more

Paradise Tree Snake – Chrysopelea paradisi

Here is a lovely shot of a Paradise Tree Snake (Chrysopelea paradisi) taken in Khao Lak, Thailand in a coconut grove by a reader, Brett Ramsay. Brett was kind enough to let us publish it here. The paradise tree snake is virtually the same as the Golden Tree Snake, but there are distinct red or … Read more

Oriental Whip Snake in Yellow, Grey, and Green – Ahaetulla prasina

These are some really awesome looking snakes. Usually, they come in brown (tan) and green (งูเขียว) color variations, but Rob Green, who has copyright to the images below – took these photos of a yellow one and a grey one. Quite cool. Rob was on Koh Kood (kut) near Koh Chang in the northeastern Gulf … Read more