Siam Park, Adeje
Categories: Water Parks, Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Get your daily dose of adrenaline at Siam Park, which claims to be the most spectacular water park in Europe. Certainly one of the biggest themed attractions on Tenerife, it features an impressive 28 m (92 ft) water slide. Designed by architect Christoph Kiessling, the park’s 25 buildings are the largest collection of Thai-themed structures outside of Thailand and were constructed with the official permission of Thailand’s royal family. The world’s first "green" water park, the site recycles water used in its rides to irrigate the extensive landscaping. After you’ve had your fill of the rides, visit the floating Thai market or grab a meal at the on-site restaurant. Use our Adeje itinerary maker to add Siam Park and other attractions to your Adeje vacation plans.
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We never go to Tenerife without a visit to two here! Beautifully kept, spotlessly clean. Staff are friendly and efficient. Great day out.
We spent a wonderful day here! We loved it so much that we decided to come for one more day during our holiday. We had the fast track bracelet which meant we skipped the queues and just had fun all da... read more »
Man ohne Probleme einen Tag hier verbringen egal ob 50 Jahre oder 20. Das Angebot an Speisen und Getränke ist hervorragend und auch preislich fair.You spend without any problems here, a day no matter if 50 years or 20. The variety of food and drinks is excellent and well priced fair.show original
Shocked. Went under duress from my 7&10 year old girls and had an amazing time. There are slides for all ages and thrill levels, great staff - so friendly and confidence inspiring - and the lost city for younger kids is amazing fun. We had lunch by the wave pool, crashed out on the beach (there are plenty of loungers) and finished the day with a swim in the waves. Great value for money. Pay for the standard tickets on the gate, take Aqua Wet Shoes or buy them in the park (loads of waking on hot concrete and wooden walkways) and definitely get a locker. Great day, loads of fun. 25thMay2016
Too many attractions for only one day! A lot of people. To get a sunbed in a nice place I recommend you to go there even before 10 am. It is important also to know that bringing your own food and drinks are prohibited! Anyway, the park is worth to visit!
Widely regarded as the best water park in the world, I can't confirm that it is, but having spoke to an american the last time I was on holiday he said he'd been to several and Siam park was easily his favourite. The park has a number of "big" rides, the dragon, and singah being 2 of my personal favourites. There is a heigh restriction on some (I saw a kid get turned away from the 'tower of power' yesterday, so be aware if you have small kids. For very little kids the "lost kingdom" is a massive fun house looking thing with water sides and a huge bucket that tips over regularly. There is also a fake beach with wave machine which is brilliant, and a number of more gentle rides including the Mai Thai River which goes on for ages just meandering along. Food is the usual chips and hotdogs for silly money, but there are also much nicer chicken and salad options, though still silly money. There is a great second visit offer where it costs 17 euro per adult for a return visit. Its well worth doing, so go early in your holiday for the first visit.
They thoroughly deserve heir status as best Water-park in Europe! Great Rides, amazing facilities but the staff seem a bit confused on what rides GoPro's are allowed and not. Only a minor criticism though, they are otherwise very good!
Great waterpark. Something for everyone - beach, fantastic wave pool, slides and lazy river. Also good areas for smaller children.
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