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“Fun day!”
Review of Siam Park

Siam Park
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US$44.32*
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Siam Park Direct Entry Ticket
Ranked #1 of 80 things to do in Adeje
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Siam Park, Tenerife’s water kingdom is already established as the best water park in the world. Set against a backdrop of spectacular Thai architecture, with everything from meandering rivers to free-fall slides, this is the setting for your own epic adventure. Blissful relaxation or adrenaline-pumping thrills? It’s your choice – just dive in!
Useful Information: Lockers / storage, Activities for young children, Food available for purchase, Bathroom facilities, Activities for older children
Reviewed 24 June 2014

Defiantly worth a visit! For someone who doesnt go on rides, the beach was a relaxing place to sunbathe and a perfect hub for the rest of the group to come back to after going on the slides. Only downside is you cannot take any food in to the park which is a shame, and the locker prices are pricey but apart from that in tenerife got a spare day go! :) Also kid friendly :)

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Reviewed 24 June 2014

This is a really fun place, great rides.
Things we liked - it was clean, lovely gardens, not too big but with exciting rides, tasty food, lots of changing rooms.
Things we didn't like - live animals in captivity like sea lions near the entrance and the shark tank at the end of one of the rides, the lazy river was shut.
Things we wish we'd known - keep your flip flops with you to wear between rides, the foot paths are sooo hot! The park is on a hill so there's a lot of walking up hill to most rides before you can whoosh down.
We drove ourselves to the venue and were rather confused about where to park having been to Disney type parks I expected a designated car park to two but we realised if you drive your self you just have to find a place on the nearby roads.

Thank Tracy B
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Reviewed 24 June 2014

This was our second visit to Siam Park – we came last year and enjoyed it so much it was one of the deciding factors when we were choosing Tenerife as our 2014 summer holiday destination!

It’s an expensive day out BUT it’s worth treating yourself if you love waterparks, because the cheaper ones don’t have funnel slides, which are like “the ultimate!”

My partner’s favourite is the “Tower of Power” (almost vertical drop) and my favourite is the “Vulcano” although I loved all the funnels; this one is extra special because it’s partly in darkness. (It is hard to describe in writing what a “funnel” or “zero gravity” is all about, so can I suggest you look at YouTube clips to see for yourself!)

Only disappointment was that the “Mai Tai river” was not in use this year – they seemed to be re-painting it. Although this was perhaps our least favourite attraction at Siam Park last year, when you pay so much for a ticket you would hope that everything will be in operation at the start of the summer season. Thankfully the park was not quite as ram packed as last year, possibly due to the World Cup (and last year there were a lot of Canarian school trips with teenagers jumping the queues, which there didn’t seem to be this year)

We arrived early doors (half hour before they opened) so as to avoid queuing too long for entry and for lockers, and to secure sun loungers on the man-made beach by the wave pool as this is the best place to have a base. After going on a few things you appreciate having somewhere to lie down for a rest!

You do have to queue for all the attractions, although if you arrive first thing you’ll manage to get on a couple of things without waiting too long – same again if you stay until the last hour before the park closes. They do offer “fast passes” whereby you can join a shorter queue and have priority over the longer queue – but these are at a premium and you’re only entitled to use them once per attraction.

Bit of a bummer that they forbid you to take any snacks/drinks in with you, so you are forced to buy all your refreshments from the snack bars within the complex. As a visit to Siam Park is a full-on day out (and not a visit to the municipal swimming baths) you can’t get away without eating or drinking – be prepared to spend AT LEAST 20 euros per person on lunch and a few soft drinks.

I wouldn’t recommend Siam Park for families with small children as there is only one small area for little ones (most of the big attractions have height restrictions) But for “big kids” it’s a brilliant day out as a change from lying on the beach!

TOP TIP – remember to pack your sun cream and flip flops. Also, if you have a pre-paid ticket take some ID with you – God knows why they want it but they were really jobsworth about me not having my passport or credit card with me!!

Thank Claire_Summers
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Reviewed 24 June 2014

Grea fun. It is a must. A wetsuit at least for the ladies is convenient ... high speed in certain attractions can give rise to "accidents" with bikinis.

Thank ddbxl
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Reviewed 24 June 2014

This water park is probably the cleanest place I've ever been to - staff constantly sweeping up, emptying rubbish bins, clearing cigarette bins.
I pitched up in the 'beach' area by the wave pool and relaxed all day long while all the 'kids' - 23 to 15 years old - went on every ride that they could.
I would recommend this park without a doubt to anyone visiting this part of Tenerife. Free bus shuttle service runs every half an hour from all the resort areas and although the day ticket is around 34 euros its money well spent (if you shop around you can get discounts of the advertised rate quite easily) - I got ours down to 30 euros per person!
Not a lot of shade around so I suppose this could be a problem and only a couple of little 'rides' for very small children, Siam Park is definitely geared up for 'older' children and big 'kids'!
You can't take a picnic, they confiscate anything they find at the entrance (although we did manage to smuggle in a few rolls) - I didn't check out the prices of main food, but did buy a couple of Kopperberg Strawberry and Lime ciders and a tortilla baguette which came to 9.50 euros, which I didn't think was too over the top.

Thank Gina B
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