What to Know Before You Go to Siam Park

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What to Know Before You Go to Siam Park
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A handy guide of what to know before you go to Siam Park to make sure your visit is unforgettable...

Siam Park has been voted the best water park in the world:


Siam Park Water Slides


Siam Park has been voted the best water park in the world according to Trip Advisor reviewers. It’s not the first time the park has won the award either, as it’s been voted the best for the past 3 years running! The park even beat Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Aquaventure Water park in Dubai to claim the top spot. So, if you like to think of yourself as a bit of a thrill seeker, don't miss out!


You can get there for free:

If you fancy a day out at Siam Park but aren’t sure how to get there, don’t worry- there’s a bus that will take you there for free! The double decker service picks up guests staying in the Los Cristianos, Las Américas and Costa Adeje areas. It departs approximately every 30 minutes, and will take you straight to the park gates. At the end of the day, simply hop back on the bus and you’ll be taken back to your resort. Make sure you check out the timetables before your trip, so you know exactly when the last bus is.


You get lots of freebies:

Lots of water parks charge guests for the use of sun loungers, but at Siam Park they’re FREE! This means you’ve got the perfect place to relax in the sunshine when you need to take a break from the big thrills. This is also great for guests who aren’t keen on the scary slides but don’t want to miss out on a day of fun with the family. Umbrellas, life jackets and tubes are all included with entry too, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi, so you can share photos with your friends of the epic water slide you’ve just conquered! We'll also give you a FREE burger with any Siam Park ticket.


Put Tower of Power at the top of your list:


Siam Park Tower of Power


Tower of Power is one of the park’s most popular water slides, so we’d recommend putting this at the top of your must-do list. Standing at an impressive height of 28-metres-tall, the slides sends you racing though a huge aquarium filled with sharks and rays at speeds of up to 80km per hour! It has no skip the line option, so if you want to avoid waiting around in long lines to try the star attraction, it’s a good idea to head here before the park gets too busy.

While it might seem daunting to brave the most terrifying water slide first, we suggest taking the plunge straight away. This way, you’ll miss the queues and get the scariest attraction ticked off your list right at the start of the day, giving you time to ride it again-if you dare!


You can upgrade your ticket to include all-you-can-eat and skip the queue!

This is one of our favourite insider tips as it can totally transform your visit. If you’re only soending one day at Siam Park, you’ll want to make the most of it, and we’re sure this doesn’t include waiting in lines to get on the park’s top attractions. By upgrading your ticket to the All-Inclusive Deluxe Ticket, you’ll be able to skip the queue at all of the park’s attractions (apart from Tower of Power) as many times as you like. This will give you lots of extra time to enjoy your favourites over and over again!

That’s not all though, this ticket also includes free all-you-can-eat in the park’s restaurants PLUS unlimited water, soft drinks and beer! 

You can’t take food into the park:

As theme park food is famously pricey, it’s common for guests to bring along a packed lunch, but it’s important to know that you’re not allowed to bring food into Siam Park. This is another great reason to consider the All-Inclusive Deluxe Ticket as you’ll be able to eat and drink as much as you like, without having to worry about the cost. Even with a one-day Siam Park ticket, you’ll be able to enjoy a tasty treat on us, with a complimentary burger.


You can rent lockers and towels:


Siam Park lockers and towels


At Siam Park, you won’t have to worry about carrying around your belongings all day as there are plenty of lockers available to rent.  Depending on the size, you’ll pay between €3-€5, to store your belongings securely for the entire day. You can also hire towels for just €3, so you won’t have to carry a bundle of wet towels all the way back to your hotel at the end of the day. You can freshen up in the showers free of charge too.


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