1-day ticket (undated)
01 May - 31 Oct: The Park opens at 1000h (10:00am) and closes at 1800h (6:00pm)
01 Nov - 30 Apr: The Park opens at 1000h (10:00am) and closes at 1700h (5:00pm)
Duration: 1-day ticket (undated)
The activity ends at Siam Park
Dare-devils will love the jaw-dropping Tower of Power and the thrill of zero gravity on the Dragon. For full-on family fun take a raft down the rushing rapids of the Mekong River or whizz down the Naga Racer.
If you prefer something more relaxing, then soak up the sun and enjoy the scenery on Siam Beach, or float gently down the lovely, long Lazy River.
Little kids will have a splashing time at the Lost City. Thoughtfully designed for maximum safety, this features water guns, fountains, waterfalls, bridges, nets and mini slides, as well as fun toddlers’ pools.
And you don’t have to be a swimmer to have a great time at Siam Park. Highly trained lifeguards are available at every water slide, ready to help everyone, regardless of their ability to swim.
Canary Islands residents can now book this tour at a discounted price. You will just have to show your id/residencia at the entrance of the park.
Thai-inspired Siam Park in Tenerife is an aquatic wonderland which boasts some of the highest, fastest and longest rides in the world. To reach the Park you can make your way to Siam Park at Autopista TFE 1, Salida 28, 38670. Or take advantage of the free shuttle service from major resorts (Los Cristianos, Las Americas, San Eugenio, Torviscas and Adeje).
Siam Park offers the very latest in water-ride technology and plenty of fun for all the family. Top attractions include the following:
Tower of Power: Plunge down the 28-meter drop and travel through the aquarium before emerging safely.
Siam Beach: Enjoy the ocean or mountain views as you relax on Siam beach or swim in the warm tranquil waters.
The Dragon: You and up to three friends can experience zero gravity on this electrifying journey.
Lost City: The ‘baby zone’ at the Lost City is perfect for babies and young ones.
The Giant: Feel the force of gravity when you explore the Giant’s mysterious world.
Jungle Snakes: Slide down the Snake and through the jungle. Fast and thrilling!
Naga Racer: Head first down the Naga Racer! Great fun for the family!
Lazy River: A relaxing journey along the longest lazy river in the world ends in a Jacuzzi finale.
Mekong Rapids: Family sized rafts take you down the rapids for a sensational family adventure!
Wave Palace : Surf lovers young and old will love this attraction! It is capable of generating the largest artificial waves in the world
You don't have to be a swimmer to enjoy the water rides and other attractions at Siam Park. The Park and its rides have been designed to allow non-swimmers to enjoy the water slides in complete safety. Each slide and attraction has fully qualified and highly trained lifeguards on hand to assist everyone, regardless of their ability to swim, at every stage of each water slide.
Food and drinks are not included in your ticket but themed restaurants and cafe bars can be found throughout the park and are ready to serve refreshing drinks, snacks and meals which cater to all tastes.
At the end of your visit you need to make your own arrangements to return to your accommodation.
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