Things to do in Siam Park
Encompassing a massive 46 acres of land, Siam Park is the largest waterpark in Europe. Located in the south of Tenerife in Costa Adeje, the park is one of the biggest attractions in the Canary Islands, drawing over 850,000 visitors per year since its opening in 2008.
The Thai-inspired water park holds many world records, including the unmissable world’s largest man-made wave pool, which reaches heights of 11ft! The park also has the world’s largest Thai building outside of Asia and is the world’s first waterpark with an environmental commitment to conserve the island’s water.
Whether you’re a full-blown adrenaline junkie or prefer to take things a little slower with the little ones in the family, Siam Park guarantees a fun-filled day for all ages!
Slide down the vertical Tower of Power from 91ft high passing through a shark-filled aquarium, float down the world’s longest lazy river or feel like Indiana Jones on the Mekong Rapids ride. Thrill seekers will also love the Dragon ride, a funnel shaped four-seater raft slide, which is the only one of its kind in Europe.
If you prefer a more relaxed approach, indulge in a private Thai inspired cabana, or sunbathe on Siam Beach, the park’s natural sandy beach. Any little ones in your group will have a great time on the Bodhi Trail, a fun tour in the treetops, or visit the Lost City, the children’s area with water slides suitable for children.
From November 1 to April 30 (winter period) the park is open from 10:00am until 17:00pm. In the summer period, from May 1 to October 31, Siam Park operates from 10:00am until 18:00
Book your ticket online and let the adventure begin!
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Siam Park is the largest water park in Europe and one of the major in the world. Book your tickets now!
Siam Park all inclusive entrance tickets
This all-inclusive package for Tenerife's Siam Park includes preferential access to attractions, free consumption of food and drinks, plus a towel and a locker to complete the waterpark experience.
VIP cabaña, house or villa in Siam Park
In the award-winning water park, with prices per group, fast passes on nearly all rides, all-inclusive in restaurants. Jacuzzi is included in the VIP villa option.
Siam Park lunch menu and entrance tickets
Make the most of your day at the famed Tenerife waterpark with this package that includes a lunch menu as well as the entrance ticket for over 30 attractions to choose from.
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Reviews Siam Park
“Way to many people there, queues for everything was so long like to many tickets had been sold, lockers that was free was like impossible to find”
“Siam Park itself is an excellent day out, the TUI aspect of the experience was terrible. Excursion was misold as ‘queue skip' and then renamed to ‘entrance ticket' on the day. The TUI rep at the hotel told us we could not buy a fast pass in the park so advised us to buy a 109euro upgrade per person. In the park we could in fact have bought this for 18 euros. Further, the TUI rep told us we could not use our QR code without the on-site TUI rep, this was incorrect advise and lost us time o the day”
“The slides that we got on were good but there was so much queuing that you could not do them all. Signs and directions once in were poor. The cost of food was good as was the merchandise, we bought water shoes and a t shirt which were good quality and cheaper than shops outside. Skip the queue tickets do not mean fast pass that's an extra £18 once you get in.”
“Transfer took 90 minutes and we still had to queue. Not sure what was meant by ‘beat the line' ticket. Confusing that transport to the park had to be booked separately. Siam park way too busy at this time of year (July). Long queues for rides means you don't get good value. We only got on 5 slides in the 6 hours we were there. Shame as the slides are amazing when you do get on them.”