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Siam Park City, Bangkok

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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. Plan to visit Siam Park City and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Bangkok attractions using our Bangkok journey planning tool .
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  • October 3, 2017
    I've seen a few rough reviews, but noted those are generally from people who come from countries with particularly excellent water parks. We are expats living in Cambodia, so this for us was a great p...  more »
  • October 2, 2017
    Safety system as a standard, but a bit scary prodigy fee affordable for people of Thailand. The people do not wait for long. In the section of the Park, the water too dirty.
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  • October 2, 2017
    Not long into the Now there is a new player, very interesting, very good. Now start the break fixed price reduction the total card now for a player.
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  • July 27, 2017
    Went on a weekday so not too crowded. Loved to ride all the extreme rides repeatedly. Vegetarians recommended to take your own food. Most of the staff were friendly, helpful and nice. Spent the entire day riding and re-riding stuff. Slide was nice, spiral was not operational. Wave pool not really big waves. Overall nice to go to. If your kid is under 130 cm, recommended not to go unless you want to use just the pool. Many fun rides have a height requirement and I noticed a lot of kids crying because they weren't allowed to go
  • September 2, 2017
    Great place to have water and amusement fun with your family. World largest wave pool, but very small waves. Rollercoaster and dozens of rides. They have different prices for Thai and foreigners. Still good bargain. They could do way with the petty 10 baths fee to sit on a beach chairs, terrible business practice.
  • September 7, 2017
    Very nice park with big swimming polls and many entertainments. A must to see and only one price to go inside and use everything. Great for kids.
  • July 16, 2017
    The place is good but very costly and also far away from city centre. One at least requires more than 6hours to explore it completely. Water park is a cool place
  • August 2, 2017
    Needs a little cleaning up, but the water section is pretty nice. Rides are fun. Big rides about 5 or so. kiddy rides are more prevalent.

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