What are the best rides at Siam Park?
Located in Tenerife’s Costa Adeje, Siam Park is the biggest – and best – water park in Europe. Full to the brim with impressive waterslides, raging rapids and family-friendly rides, Siam Park is an absolute must if you’re visiting Tenerife.
From the 28m-high Tower of Power for you thrill-seekers to The Lost City made for little adventurers, there really is something for everyone at this amazing water world! Siam Park is open all year round and in the colder months, you’re accompanied by heated pools to keep you warm.
We’ve put together the best rides and attractions at this unmissable water park, so that you can plan your day out with ease. Read on for the best rides at Siam Park!
Rides for adrenaline junkies
If you’re looking for thrills, you’ve come to right place! Be ready to feel that post-ride adrenaline rush at the home of some of the craziest water attractions in Europe.
The rapids are the best place to start if you’re a group of friends seeking hair-raising adventures. Made for up to 4 people, choose from either Mekong Rapids – an unforgettable aquatic adventure full of twists and turns, or Patong Rapids, a ride through near total darkness!
Feeling extra brave? The Tower of Power launches you at speeds up to 80km/hr as you drop from a colossal 28m height! To top off the excitement, the ride ends with you passing through a huge aquarium of sharks and rays – just when you thought it couldn’t get any scarier!
Visit The Tower of Power first. With no skip-the-line option, this iconic ride can get pretty busy, especially at peak times in the summer months. Plus, once you’ve tackled this beast, you’ll be ready to take on the rest of Siam Park’s wild slides and rides!
Fun filled hotel near Siam Park:
If you can’t get enough of water parks, GF Victoria Hotel has one of its own, plus many more activities to keep you entertained during your stay including bodyboarding, squash and mini golf. If you’re looking to visit Siam Park more than once, this hotel is only 8 minutes down the road.
Siam Park isn’t just for teens and adults. Little ones will have a blast too, with endless mini slides and adventures to be had.
Younger kids will love the magic of The Lost City, a huge splash-about zone packed with 15 waterslides, towers, bridges, nets and cascades – there’s enough here to keep them entertained for hours. The Lost City is suitable for all ages, so bigger kids and grown-ups are welcome to join in the fun, too!
The Bodhi Trail is a jungle adventure area for the whole family. Conquer the obstacles and cross the bridges of this trail surrounded by the peaceful sound of water. This one’s great for non-swimmers or for those seeking a gentle adventure in between water rides.
Siam Park also hosts a special children’s area called Sawasdee where adults and mini thrill-seekers get to enjoy water slides that are perfect for younger ages.
The bigger slides at Siam Park have minimum height restrictions of between 1.10m-1.25m. But Sawasdee, The Lost City, Coco Beach and general pools have no height restrictions at all, so there’s still plenty for little ones to enjoy!
Kid friendly hotel near Siam Park:
Looking for a kid-friendly hotel nearby? Tagoro Family & Fun is only 3.6km from Siam Park. This all inclusive hotel has plenty of activities for kids and beautiful scenery to take in.
For the whole family
If you’re looking for some family bonding time, Siam Park is just the ticket. There are plenty of attractions you can enjoy as a group.
At Naga Racer, it’s time to let your competitive side take over as you grab a mat and race down this hilltop waterslide – face first! And if you don’t cross the finish line in pole position first time around, don’t worry, you’re sure to want to go again – this one’s extra-fun.
The Wave Palace on Siam Beach boasts the largest artificial wave in the world. You’re not going to want to miss this. Gather the group together and brave the big waves for a holiday experience you’ll never forget.
If you’re a family with younger children or just don’t want to get caught in the bigger waves, Coco Beach comes with much gentler artificial waves to enjoy. Plus, you get to chill out on a white sandy beach and have fun splashing about in the pool.
If you’re visiting in the summer holidays, we recommend purchasing Siam Park’s FastPass ticket to skip those long queues – the park gets busy in the summer months.
Family hotel near Siam Park:
The Iberostar Las Dalias is perfect for younger children, teenagers and adults. With two lavish pools, contemporary rooms and an excellent kids’ club, this all inclusive resort is only 1km from Siam Park.
Prefer to sit on the side-lines? No problem. Siam Park has plenty of places where you can relax and catch some rays while your thrill-seeking friends and family hit up the attractions.
If you’re looking for a fun but easy-going ride, don’t miss Mai Thai Lazy River. With up to 40 minutes of pure relaxation as you float through a tropical river that travels through the entire park, it’s a peaceful way to take a break from the excitement.
If slides and rides aren’t your thing, book the premium Champagne Club and relax in a Balinese bed with a glass of champagne in hand. Take advantage of the club’s all inclusive service, and enjoy the wonderful scenery as you wait for friends and family – the most exclusive area in Siam Park.
Siam Park offers private Cabanas that are available for hire. Each Cabana comes with a TV, minibar, hammocks and a shower deck, ideal for storing your things and chilling out in between attractions.
Luxury hotel near Siam Park:
If relaxing bliss is what you’re after, the 5 star Iberostar Grand Hotel Salome is only a 10 minute drive from Siam Park and 25m from the beach. This adults-only hotel has elegant suites with unbelievable sea views and delicious a la carte dining.