Where are snakes located in Thailand?
The easy answer is just about everywhere.
Seriously, snakes in Thailand are all over the country from north to south, east to west. They are in the high elevation areas – mountains and hills, as well as the low elevation areas, and even inside caves (Ridley Racers). Snakes are as likely to be in the garbage area of your home as they are in a field.
Snakes are in the trees – vipers and tree snakes, cobras – including King Cobras, Mangrove Snakes, Oriental Whip Snakes are all in trees and bushes and like to be off the ground sometimes.
Snakes are in the water – though there aren’t many venomous types in the water, there is the sea krait and keelbacks love the water too.
Snakes are on the ground – the Malayan Pit Vipers and the Russell’s Viper are on the ground usually.
Snakes are in the AIR – This is kind of an exaggeration of course, but there are tree snakes that can jump from tree to tree or tree to ground, and cover long distances – as in tens of meters – or even hundreds of feet if they jump from a high enough place.
Snakes come into houses, apartments, and tents. Do be careful not to leave your doors or windows open without screens – especially at night.