Siam Park is the largest water park in Europe and one of the major in the world. Located in the south of Tenerife, it's one of the main tourist attractions of the Canaries. Siam Park features a Siamese theme and claims to be the most spectacular water attraction in Europe.
Siam Park's construction started in 2004. Originally slated to open in May 2007, the park has endured construction problems, but was finally opened to the public by Her Royal Highness the Princess of Thailand Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on September 17, 2008.
- Vulcano: a four-person ProSlide Behemoth Bowl slide with a laser inside that produces a flashing image of a dragon
- The Dragon: a ProSlide Tornado with a light show inside the 20-meter (66 ft)-wide funnel
- Wave Palace: a wave pool manufactured by Murphys Waves Ltd in Scotland with an artificial white sand beach. At 3.3 meters (11 ft) high, its waves are the highest of any wave pool in the world. The park's surfing school will give surfing lessons at the Wave Palace
- Naga Racer: a six-lane racing slide
- The Giant: twin ProSlide Cannon Bowls, one moving clockwise and one moving counterclockwise
- Tower of Power: a vertical, transparent slide that sends riders through an area with sharks and stingrays
- Mai Thai River: the world's longest lazy river, which also has the highest elevation of any lazy river at 8 meters (26 ft)
- Jungle Snakes: four twisting slides that follow the park's terrain
- Lost City: a children's play structure with 120 games
- Mekong Rapids: a river rapids ride
- Kinnaree: a new four-person 200-meter (660 ft) long ProSlide
- Singha: a waterslide with four funnels, with a speed of 18 meters per second