Siam Park Tenerife Reviews
Has something for everyone. Mar 11, 2011
This place is amazing if you love adventure. However, if all you want to do is stay by the bar or sunbathe by the private beach, that is available too. They have a variety of water slides that are memorable.
Go for the whole day to get the whole experience. The prices for food are quite reasonable and there is an entry fee. You can pay on the day or book tickets from a travel rep which we did and did not have to queue.
Its definitely something to see there.
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great waterslides Jan 29, 2009
This amazing attraction is located in the south of Tenerife and is close to the popular resorts of Los Cristianos, Las Americas, and Fañabe.
I've visited it january 2009 and loved it. Entrance fee is 28 Euro but well worth it. There are many slides and a big pool with waves produced. There is even a beach whit wite sand. The most spectaculer slide is the 'tower of power' It is a almost vertical slide with a free fall feeling. At the and you come into a tunnel wich runs thrue a fish aquarium. There are some restrictions for people on this slide, just visit the website for more info.
Siam Park's construction started in 2004 and cost 52 million euros. Originally slated to open in May 2007, it has endured construction problems however, the park finally opened to the public on September 17th 2008. The park's plans also originally included a roller coaster, but the park has opted to focus on developing the first phase of the park in order to open the park as soon as possible.
Siam Park has full Thai theming, including theming on all of its rides, park buildings, and restaurants. The park's 25 buildings are the largest collection of Thai-themed buildings outside Thailand. The park's designer, Christoph Keissling, received permission from the Thai royal family to use the park's name and theming; but, to respect the family's wishes, he did not copy royal palaces, temples, or statues of Buddha in the park's theming.
In addition, the restaurants serve Thai food as well as family favourites. The park also has a Thai floating market