This is NOT a snake! Not even a reptile. This is the larva of the Hemeroplanes Triptolemus Moth. In its larval form it is capable of expanding its anterior body segments to give it the look of a snake complete with eyes. Its mimicry extends to the point.
Photograph "Natural Beauty" by Alex Goh Chun Seong on the naked eye, this caterpillar is very much a part of the plant instead of a hungry larval feeding on the young leaves. But under the macro lens, every single detail come to life in glorious beauty.