Park and rides are as good as others have said, but if you want to use your Gopro on the rides take heed as this info is NOT published in any of their literature or on their signage!
The first you'll know about it is when you try to get on your first ride with Gopro in hand (or on a pole). Lifeguard will take great delight in telling you you can't use it unless you jump through a few hoops first...
1st the only accepted use is with your GoPro on either a head strap or a chest mount. No other methods are acceptable so leave your Gopole or Bobber at the hotel.
2nd you need to apply for a permit to film. This is available from the office at the entrance. It's Free, but you'll need complete a form and provide photo ID (see below).
Now the reason I say their not professional is I didn't find out about the mount until I was in the park and had queued for my first ride. Thankfully we had a car and were only 5 minutes from our hotel, so I went and grabbed my chest mount.
So mount in hand and full of excited anticipation off I went to the office to get a permit, only to be asked for my passport!
WHAT! Who takes their passport to a water park!
More to the point why didn't the staff (who told me I'd need a permit when I got back), tell me I needed photo ID to get it!
OMG... You can guess the rest...
Get stamped for re-entry > Car > Hotel > Safe > Grab Passport > Car > Siam Park > Office... PHEW!
FINALLY I get a band on my wrist to show I have a camera permit and from then on no problems from lifeguards on the rides. There is one caveat, you can't use a Gopro on 2 of the rides or in Wave Pool for safety reasons, which was understandable.
So overall only 3 out of 5 I'm afraid, based on lack of information and unhelpful staff.
Imagine if we'd come on the bus!
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