14 Jun Siam Park
Opened in 2008, Siam Park is one of the theme parks with the largest water attractions in Europe. A splendid mix of water games, tropical gardens and a splendid setting inspired by exoticism and the mystery of the ancient kingdom of Siam, it extends over 185,000 square meters.
One of the most spectacular attractions of the Siam Park, is the Tower of Power, a 28-meter high slide with a 90-degree slope that continues into a tube that crosses a tank full of sharks and then ends in an outdoor pool to experience the ‘zero gravity’ adventure, launching for 28 meters in an almost vertical descent.
Siam Park offers many possibilities for those who, more contemplative, prefer relaxation, peace and nature: white sandy beaches, exotic landscapes and relaxing walks along the crystal clear waters of the Mai Thai River.
For those who surf the park offers, at the Palace of the Waves, strong emotions with artificial waves up to 3 meters in height that are the highest in the world
Sawasdee, instead, is an area of water games designed for children, with replicas of attractions for adults on a small scale, to make them feel the feeling of adrenaline.
Being the same park built on a hill, in the Las Americas area, most of the water slides that are part of it does not have its own support structure but enjoys the natural difference in height of the land.
Another prerogative that makes Siam Park one of the first water parks in the world, is the most advanced technological and ecological level for the management of the water that is heated to 25 ° C. Using the natural gas that is present in the subsoil. Siam Park water has a desalination plant that diverts 700 cubic meters of seawater per day. The same, during recycling, is used to water the plants of the Park itself.
Other attractions for an unforgettable visit not to miss Kinnaree, the Dragon and the Giant and for the whole family, proposals such as shows with sea lions or a floating market in the style of the typical Thai countries
Changing rooms, showers, five restaurant areas and the rental of beach towels, beach umbrellas and life jackets are available to the public, in addition to renting more or less spacious private areas for a “private” stay.