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Siam Water Park Tenerife

FAQs about Siam Water Park

What are the Siam Park Opening Times?

The Siam Park is open from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM from Monday - Sunday

Siam Park Tenerife Interesting Facts

  1. Siam Park in Costa Adeje, Tenerife, which named the best water park in the world by TripAdvisor 5 times in a row!
  2. Siam Park is the world's first green water park. With the park's water heated to 25 °C (77 °F) it is the "first air conditioned outdoor aquatic park in the world". The water used in the rides is recycled by using it to water the park's plants. Siam Park also has the first natural gas plant in the Canary Islands.
  3. The Siam Park houses the statue of the world's largest dragon.
  4. It has the largest man-made wave in the world - about 3 meters (9.8 ft)
  5. Lastly, it has the world's largest collection of Thai buildings outside Asia.

Siam Park Height Restrictions & For Whom Best Suited For?

The Siam Park Tenerife is best suited for couples, families with teenage kids; basically best suited for anyone above the age of 15. With a range of white knuckle rides, the Siam Park is for the one’s looking for an adrenaline rush. While there are a good range of rides for children and toddlers, it is still not the ideal family waterpark as most rides have a strict height restriction which does not allow kids below 1.1m to partake.

Top 10 Siam Water Park Rides:

Tower of Power
Tower of Power

A vertical, transparent slide which sends riders through an area with sharks and stingrays, is similar to Leap of Faith at Atlantis Paradise Island.
Height Restriction : 1.40 m , 14 years

Singha
Singha

A water roller coaster boasting 14 different direction changes and unrivalled speeds
Height Restriction : 1.25 m

Dragon
Dragon

A ProSlide Tornado with a light show inside the 20-meter (66 ft)-wide funnel
Height Restriction : 1.25 m

Volcano
Volcano

A four-person ProSlide Behemoth Bowl slide with a laser inside which produces a flashing image of a dragon and catapults you into complete darkness as you plummet through the centre of a volcano.
Height Restriction : 1.25m

Kinnaree
Kinnaree

Experience sharp corners and plenty of twists and turns as you speed down the 200-meter (660 ft) long ProSlide.
Height Restriction : 1.25m

Wave Palace
Wave Palace

A wave pool with an artificial white sand beach. At 3 meters (9.8 ft) high, its waves are the highest of any wave pool in the world. The park's surfing school also gives surfing lessons at the Wave Palace.
No restriction

The Giant
The Giant

Twin ProSlide Cannon Bowls, one moving clockwise and one moving counterclockwise
Height Restriction : 1.25m

Mai Thai River
Mai Thai River

The world's longest lazy river, which also has the highest elevation of any lazy river at 8 meters (26 ft)
Height Restriction : 1.10m

Mekong Rapids
Mekong Rapids

A river rafting ride with rapids and swirls on board inflatable rafts.
Height Restriction : 1.10m

Jungle Snake
Jungle Snake

In floats, singly or in pairs, you will float on a thin film of water as you slide through the bowels of the jungle.
Height Restriction : 1.10m - 1.25m

For babies, toddlers and younger children, there’s an area called The Lost City which has much shallower pools , wooden walkways and water-filled monkey head fountain. The Wave Palace is also fun if you’re visiting Siam Park with toddlers. The other kid-friendly area is called Sawasdee - a water jungle with slides and racers.

Wave Palace , Siam Palace

Wave Palace

This one deserves a special mention, not just because it is a record breaking ride but also everyone’s favourite! Surf lovers young and old love it and so do toddlers. It is one of the parks

proudest attractions and produces the biggest artificial waves in the world!.Rising up to a height of 3 metres, you can jump in and let the surf crash over you you can ride the surf or feel them breaking gently at your feet on our beautiful white sandy beach. Whichever you choose, this ride’s a fun guaranteed.

What to wear to Siam Park Tenerife

Being a waterpark in Spain, the Canarian sun can come down harsh so be prepared to bear the heat while protecting your skin. Swimming costumes and shorts are best recommended with lots of sunscreen on the exposed skin. Boys can go shirtless if they please and if not, they are advised to wear jersey material tees. Whatever you wear, make sure they are either Lycra, Spandex or Elastane. These materials absorb very little water, and therefore dry very quickly. 

As for footwear, make sure you wear flip flops or buy water shoes inside for 8 euros. The paths get very hot by midday and walking on them without footwear is simply painful. The water shoes are a great investment as you can wear them on the slides. For those with flip flops, you will have to take them off before every ride and leave at the bottom of the slide each time. This can be quite cumbersome.

Tips For Your Siam Water Park Visit and Cheap Siam park tickets

  1. Being the world’s most popular waterpark, fast track tickets that allow you to skip the line are highly recommended. If not, you’ll spend 45 to 1 hour standing in queues for each line! If budget is not a constraint, you can also buy deluxe tickets including fast passes which let you skip every queue except for the Tower of Power.
  2. To ensure your safety, all loose items must be left back before stepping in for a ride - flips flops, sunglasses, phones essentially everything that’s not your swimsuit is a hazard. If you wear spectacles, contact lenses are highly recommended as even prescription goggles are forbidden! (you’ll be asked to strap them to your wrist while riding).
  3. For safekeeping, there are locker buildings around where you can rent a small locker for €3 a day and a big locker for 5€ (plus 5€ deposit). Once you give your key back, you’ll get the deposit back. Also, the key is attached to an adjustable wristband so there’s no danger of you losing it on the rides.
  4. There is a free bus that takes you directly to Siam Park. There’s normally one every 30 minutes and you can also take the bus back to your resort at the end of the day.
  5. You cannot bring food into the park. Except for water, no eatables are allowed inside. If you want to bring in your food/ drinks you’ll be charged € 3 to store your food and drink during your visit to the park and you can enjoy it in the picnic area alone.
  6. One hack for getting the best rides done first would be to do the Mekong Rapids, follow the stairs up and slide down Kinaree so you can go back into the park.
  7. It is advisable to bring along a waterproof pouch to store your phone. Although you cannot carry it along on the ride, you can take your phone on the beach and take pictures around the park.
  8. The best time to visit the Siam Park Tenerife would be during the month of May. Being shoulder season, there are no queues and the weather ranges around 25-30°C making it ideal for spending the day under the sun.
  9. The height restrictions at Siam Park are very strictly enforced, hence make sure you check your child’s height in order to ensure a day of fun for them as well. Most rides require a minimum height of 1.1m, a couple for 1.25m. Only the Lost City, Sawasdee and Wave Palace have no minimum restrictions and and if you’ve got a thrill seeker, the Tower of Power is for 1.4m and 14 years + only.
  10. If you’re looking to skip the queues at Siam Park without paying extra you could buy the twin ticket for Siam Park and Loro Park Zoo. That way, if you visit the animal park first, you can flash your ticket to get straight in to the water park. If you’ve bought yours directly from Siam Park, there’s also a separate line to go in. However, don’t try to squeeze both attractions on the same day though, they’re at opposite ends of the island.