Siam Park brings the exotic theme of Thailand to it's brand new Water Park in Playas de las Americas and expected to open shortly. Siam was the previous name for Thailand used by westerners for around a 1000 years.
Siam Park holds the following world records.
- The park with the longest lazy river
- The highest lazy river – there’s a difference in levels of 8 metres
- The largest man made waves in the world
- The water park with the widest range of attractions
- And the largest Thai village outside of Thailand with 25 different buildings
The park is carefully designed so that the vegetation hides the structure of the slides giving a more enjoyable and thrilling ride. The water used in the park is desalinated sea water and heated to 25%. This water is recycled to water the plants and keep the park green.
The entrance to Siam Park is through a twin towered beautiful gateway leading to this amazing water park
Siam Park Water Rides
The Wave Palace.
Here they can create the largest man made waves in the world, most of the time reasonable waves are produced that allow for surfing. There is also a Surf School which will cater to all ages and levels of skill..
Slide through the inwards of the twisting snakes
Great fun as you race head first down one of the 6 tracks in this competitive ride.
An exciting ride where you go faster and faster as you enter darkness with a fabulous laser light show
The Dragon with its massive jaws is a gravity defying experience
Plunge down the Mekon Rapids in your 5 seater raft as you tightly hang on as the raft twists around.
The Lost City for kids
This is the area of Siam Park that is provided for the kids to enjoy the adventurous towers joined by bridges and nets and through waterfalls. The Lost City also has slides and flumes to excite any kid. The area also has plenty of lifeguards to ensure your loved ones security.
There are sun loungers and parasols where there parents can relax and watch.
Enjoy the force as you spin round and round in this twin cyclone ride.
Sea Lion Pool
This is the first attraction after entering the park, and where you can watch the fun loving sea lions.
The Sawasdee River is a relaxing ride that meanders through the park passing interesting exotic islands and cascading waterfall.
Tower of Power
The Tower of Power will make the adrenaline surge through your body with it's 28 metre drop and heart stopping finale.
Food and Drink
There are 5 Restaurants and bars in the park including a floating market and tea house.