Siam Park is one of the best water parks in the world, and definitely the best in Spain. This giant water-slide-heaven is located on the Island of Tenerife, which is part of the Canary Island archipelago, located off the coast of Morocco.

The park is located in the city of Adeje, which is located on the southern portion of the island and is considered to be one of the most naturally beautiful spots of Tenerife. 

The Canary Islands enjoy tropical weather patterns which make it the perfect location for a water park. Few activities are more enjoyable than hitting up a water park during a sweltering hot summer day. 

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What is Siam Park

For seven years now Tripadvisor users have chosen Siam Park, in Tenerife, as the best water park on the planet.  After seven years, the award comes as no surprise. The park is located in Costa Adeje in of the island of Tenerife (Canary Islands). 

The park opened its doors in 2008 and occupies ​​85,000 square meters and features all kinds of rides that feature water as the main protagonist. It is one of the most visited theme parks in Spain

Construction on the park began in 2004 and cost 52 million euros. the park was set to open in 2007, but the construction hit complications and was moved back to September 17, 2008.

The park was originally going to include other rides like roller coasters, but due to the complications, owners decided to focus solely on the water park portion. 

Siam Park is Thai-themed, and the park’s 25 buildings are the largest collection of Thai-themed buildings outside Thailand.

In fact, the park’s designer, Christoph Kiessling, received permission from the Thai royal family to use the park’s name and theme. The Royal Family only asked that no copies of the royal palaces, temples, or statues of Buddha were included in the park, and Mr. Kiessling complied. 

You will find all sorts of slides, pools of all sizes and shapes, meandering rivers, exotic forests, shops, and several different restaurants. 

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Rides at Siam Park

  • Vulcano: This four-person Giant Bowl slide features an amazing laser show inside of a large domed structure.
  • The Dragon: a Tornado style slide with a 20-meter-wide funnel with a monstrous dragon statue overlooking the drop.
  • Wave Palace: a wave pool manufactured with an artificial white sand beach. Waves can reach over 3 meters tall which is the highest of any wave pool in the World. You can also take surfing lessons at this pool. Really cool.
  • Naga Racer: a six-lane mat racing slide.
  • The Giant: This ride features twin Cannon Bowls, one moving clockwise and one moving counterclockwise depending on whether you are riding solo or with a buddy.
  • Patong Rapids: a family raft ride,  it’s the world’s first version of a ProSlide Mammoth going into a double Flying Saucer feature.
  • Coco Beach Wave Pool: specially designed for children and younger family members.
  • Jungle Snakes: four twisting slides.
  • Lost City: a children’s play structure with 120 games.
  • Mekong Rapids: a 4 person family river rapids ride.
  • Kinnaree: A four-person 200-meter (660 ft) long that ends in a TornadoWave.
  • Singha: This ride can be considered a water coaster that sends riders upwards and through multiple Flying Saucer features. Riders will reach speeds of 18 m/s. 
  • Tower of Power: a vertical, transparent freefall ride that sends riders through an aquarium enclosure that houses sharks, stingrays, and other fish.
  • Mai Thai River: the world’s longest lazy river, which also has the highest elevation of any lazy river at 8 meters. 

Where is Siam Park

Siam Park is located in one of the most beautiful spots in all of Tenerife, the city of Adeje, which has long been described as heaven on earth. Adeje is a wonderful place to spend a couple of days on the island, and Siam Park is a great day activity you can enjoy with the whole family. 

Adeje is located in the south of the island, about 53 km from the capital of Santa Curz de Tenerife, where the island’s main airport is located. It is about an hour’s drive, which is well worth undertaking. 

When is Siam Park opened

Siam Park usually opens and closes around the same time. They do differentiate, however, between summer and the rest of the year:

  • Summer (May 1 to October 31): 10:00 to 18:00
  • Winter (November 1 to April 30): 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

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