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Siam Park City, Bangkok

(3.2/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
Visitors of all ages flock to Siam Park City for amusement rides in the city of Bangkok. This amusement and water park offers different zones for guests of all ages, including areas designed specifically for the youngest children, teens, and adult thrill seekers. Escape the heat by trying some of the slides, visiting shady spots for relaxation, and testing your courage on one of the world's largest wave pools. The park also boasts a signature restaurant serving local and international dishes. Arrange your visit to Siam Park City and discover more family-friendly attractions in Bangkok using our Bangkok vacation planner.
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  • No one could speak English, didn't understand at all what you said. Many major roundabouts was closed off, which was a big disappointment. The water park was okay, however, there was no place to sit. There were locker rooms and cabinets where you could lock up their bags and the like, but it felt not so great considering that it was very clean. A disappointment!
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  • We had pre booked our driver and tickets which included lunch. We had travelled from National Stadium which takes about 45 minutes. We also travelled mid week when the local children are at school. Up...  more »
  • 40mins from National stadium bts by taxi, booked taxi via Grab, pleasant drive, advance booking done via klook, huge Park divided into dry and water areas, first did some smashing in the huge wave poo...  more »
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  • Situated near Min Buri, it's a nice place to pass the day in week, as it is quite busy on weekends! Easy access by car but no so easy by public transport. We only were in the waterpark as the other attractions are mostly for children and however doesn't interest us. Many renovation going on and still lasting until 2017 at least but that doesn't change the fact that the wave pool, the biggest in the world by the way, is the place to relax, swim and have a nice day ... actually much cleaner than on the beach in Pattaya. It is sometimes disturbing to see how some tourists (mostly Russians) behave in cleaning their shoes in the water in spite of panels reminding not to do so and how completely dressed muslim women enter the water. There are no employees to keep the rules or I presume they are just afraid to do so. Bad points also for the toilets: Plenty of mosquitos and not so inviting. It is a shame because I presume that this encourage some people to just pee in the water instead of using the toilets .... but that is just speculation from my side. However the owners should think about. The "food court" on the pool side is not to recommend, just bring your food bought outside and the day is saved. The small shops inside have beach cloth and shoes to fair prices, nothing to complain. We gave only 3 stars mainly due to the state of toilets and the missing "correct" food, games and playgrounds not checked and eyes closed on the "not compliant" tourists.
  • It's hard to get there by public transportation except taxi.. the park is huge and look old.. There's no queue almost in all ride, but you must wait until there're few people in the ride.. Because of the hot weather, many visitors spend their time at the waterpark.. When I was there last week, half of the waterpark was under renovation..
  • Park is not very active in the weeks, mostly a few guided and unguided foreigners come during the week just for the water park, hence closing time during weekdays 18:00 hours, don't think they even bother opening the rides in the week. During weekends and holidays it becomes absolutely crowded with Thais who spend the day relaxing by the water park and picnicking. And the rides does not start running until about 18:00 hours due to the hot weather and Thais hate getting sun burnt (dark skin). I really just like it for the water park as I don't do rides. Reasonable food, not expensive.
  • No English speaking operator nor English menu over the phone. Contact is only possible by filling complicated forms and registration as member. As if people want to go there every day. It's like a bloody government office.
  • Been there last year been back now. The rides are excellent and give a lot of fun. The thematics is however dated and would need some refurbishment. Last but not least, a park like this should not close at 6pm! They sure could get many more visitors if they could stay open until late night.