10 Things to Know about Siam Water Park in Tenerife

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Siam Park
Source: steve p2008

Siam park is one of the best water parks in the Europe. The Siam park is built on Thai theme and is covered in lush green. The rides and the clean environment make it an amazing water park. There are many rides for every age group. Get ready, let’s see more about Siam park rides, tickets and much more.

1. How to reach

The park is located on the TF-1 highway and for the convenience of visitors, Siam park has arranged free bus service from the three areas(Refer below for Routes), Apart from the free bus service you can reach here by the public transport, A five minute walk or a short taxi ride from Playa de las Americas TITSA bus station.

Bus Routes:

  • Route 1 – Adeje:El Duque Shopping Centre, Fanabe Plaza Shopping Centre, Ocean Park
  • Route 2 – Las Americas: El Dorado Shopping Centre, Best Tenerife, Llanos de Troya
  • Route 3 – Los Cristianos, Pasarela Shopping Centre, Princesa Dacil

2. Openings and other Information

Siam Park View of tower of power
Source: steve p2008

The Siam park is open 365 days. For the safety of visitors, some rides may be down for maintenance, It is a rare occasion that a ride is down. However, there are many other rides where you can enjoy. Working hours of Siam park 10:00 to 18:00 and there is no extra fee for each ride. Probably the month of May is the best time to visit the park.

3. Something for everyone

The tower of power
Source: steve p2008

The Siam park is one of the best water parks in Europe, undoubtedly it has something to do for everyone from the kids activity to the high activity like the power of tower. There is no reason for you to hate it, they take good care of the visitors. The water in the park is heated to around 24 degree Celsius and the water are not saline.

4. The Thai Theme

Entrance of Siam Park
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The park is built on the Thai theme. As you enter the park you can see various Thai architecture buildings and rides like dragon ride and the Mai Thai river. It makes you feel like as if you have entered a beautiful old Thai dynasty. Some of the materials like bamboo and tiles are imported from Thailand.

5. Tickets

There are many tickets from which you can choose to suit your needs. The popular ticket is the twin ticket which provides you access to both Siam Park & Loro Parque. The validity od this ticket is 90 days, don’t try to cover both the parks in a single day there is a lot to do in each park. Also, there is bus service between both the parks. You can buy ticket’s online as well as at the park. Down is a list of tickets that you can choose from:


  • Siam Park 1 Day Ticket – FREE €5 VOUCHER

  • Siam Park 4 Day Ticket – FREE €10 VOUCHER

  • Siam Park & Loro Parque Twin Ticket – FREE €10 VOUCHER

  • Siam Park & Loro Parque Twin Ticket inc. Transport – FREE €10 VOUCHER

  • Ultimate Siam Park & Loro Parque Ticket inc. Transport – FREE €10 VOUCHER

  • Siam Park 1 Day Ticket with FASTPASS – FREE €5 VOUCHER

  • Siam Park & Loro Parque Twin Ticket with FastPass – FREE €5 VOUCHER

6. Food

Food at Siam Park
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Like in any other water park, the visitors are not allowed to bring in their own food. The food inside is really good but a bit expensive. You can use those free vouchers that you got with tickets to avail the discounts in the restaurants and bars.

Bars and Restaurants at Siam Park

  • The Tea House
  • The Thai House
  • The Thai Bar
  • Beach Club Restaurant
  • The Beach Bar

7. The lockers

Source: Miss Wetzel

You are not allowed to carry any loose items during any ride not even your doctor’s described spectacles. There is locker facility available to keep your things. The small locker costs you 3 Euro and a deposit of 2 Euro you can access the locker as many times as you want. There is no risk of losing the key as it is attached to the wristband. As soon as you return the key the deposit will be given back to you.

8. Shopping at park – Mercado Flotante

The Floating Market
Source: Alberto Varela

The floating market is another attraction. The Floating market is typically a Thai village built with the bamboos and tiles. The Bamboos and tiles are imported from Thailand. There is also a supermarket. There are many traditional Thai gifts for sale at the floating market.

9. The Mai Thai River

Mai Thai River
Source:  stephen jones

You need not walk! The Mai Thai river is constructed to take you around the park. It is a slow stream of crystal clear water that takes you around the park. Sit back and enjoy the ride in a river as the river takes you on the exotic island, rides, and the aquarium.

10. Amazing Rides

Siam Park Rides
Source: Alberto Varela

There are high rides and also rides for kids, some rides take you at the speed of 18 meters per minute and some give the zero gravity experience. There is a ride which takes you through the tanks of sharks(Check out the video below.) The tower of power is an amazing 28-meter drop ride, you will remember this ride for a long time. There are other amazing rides waiting for you, come here and experience.

Rides at Siam park

  • Wave Palace
  • The Lost City (Kids will really enjoy here)
  • The Jungle Snakes
  • The Giant
  • Mekong Rapids
  • The Dragon ride!
  • The Volcano
  • The Tower of Power
  • Naga Racer
  • Siam Beach – an artificial beach
  • Kinnaree
  • Sawasdee
  • Leones Marinos


  • Name: Siam Park
  • Address: TF-1, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
  • Price: 37 Euro for Audults and 19 Euro for Children
  • Access: Be free Bus service or a 5 min walk from Playa de las Americas TITSA bus station.
  • Opening hour: 10:00 to 18:00
  • Phone: +34 822 07 00 00
  • Website: http://www.siampark.net/

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