There are a number of contacts you can call in Thailand if you need to have a snake removed from your home, yard, vehicle, whatever it is. The first call would probably go to the snake park guys in your area. They are happy to come and get whatever type of snake you have.
Reasons are many, but primarily because the king cobras, monocled cobras, and kraits they keep for the shows eat a snake once a week. They are snake eaters and eat a lot.
(Page Updated: 22 October 2022)
Here are some phone numbers you can call for Thailand snake removal:
Bangkok, call Mr. Sompop Sridaranop at 089-0438455.
Chalong, Rawai, Kata, Karon Phuket, call 076-283346.
Chiang Mai’s Mae Sai Valley Snake Farm is about 15 km north of Chiang Mai. If they don’t want to come all that way to your home, they will know who to call instead: 053-860719.
Koh Phangan, call Stefan’s Rescue Service at 080-046-8457.
Koh Samui, call Samui Snake Rescue / Removal, Phil at 089-663-5085.
Krabi – Ao Nang Beach area. Call Vern Lovic 090.157.8804 We’ll sort it out and ensure that the snake is released harm-free in one of the nearby rainforests. Please DO NOT call any snake show.
Krabi Town – Contact Vern Lovic 090.157.8804 or Nenad Preradovic (“Ned”). 091.014.1591 He isn’t all that mobile, but can reach some places in town.
Phuket – Patong Beach and Kathu areas – call MICHAEL FORDHAM FIRST, please. 096.635.0723 He’ll release snakes back to the wild as soon as possible. I have 100% confidence in him to do so.
Phuket anywhere – call Ruamjai Kupai Foundation, 076-238364.
Phuket Kathu, Thalang, call the Wisarut Jaiton Kusoldharm Rescue Foundation: 076-246301 or 076-246599.
My operating procedure for a snake rescue is that we relocate and release all snakes in suitable habitat. We don’t trade snakes, sell them, skin them, pull their gall bladders out, or cut their heads off to drip blood on your newborn infant’s head. If nobody answers, call the emergency staff using 1669. Please note, they will capture the snake but most will turn them over to the local snake show or keepers to be sold on the open market or used in shows.
All snakes die at the snake shows. In captivity, most die.
Much better to set them free!