Siam Park, Santa Cruz De Tenerife

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Siam Park, Santa Cruz De Tenerife - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: TF-1, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

Phone: +34-922691429

Ticket Price: 30 EUR

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Outdoors, Water Park, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Adventure, Picnic Spot

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One of the best water parks in Spain, the Siam park is the perfect place to spend a day at with family and friends to simply cool off from the heat!

Highlights include:

  • Siamese theatre
  • Vertical waterslide
  • Dragon ride

Beat the heat while you get a good adrenaline rush from the rides.

Siam Park Information

  • Do visit the Siamese theatre while you are at the park.
  • Carry a change of clothes.
  • Open all day of the week.

Siam Park Ticket Prices

  • Adult- € 30
  • Child ( 3- 11 years)- € 19.50

How To reach Siam Park by Public Transport

  • You can walk to reach the park.

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Siam Park, Santa Cruz De Tenerife Reviews - Write a Review

  • If you like making queues Siam Park is your place. Expect to wait from 15 to 30 minutes in rush hour for almost all the slopes. For an entry ticket that costs 35€ (31.10.2017) you would expect free lockers. It is not the case. 3€ for small ones, 5€ for bigger ones. Walking in the park is busy times. You can imagine yourself in August in the city center of any tourist city. Attractions are very nice. But again the relation time-spent-in-the-queue vs. time- going-down is not a good one. The staff takes care that your stay is safe and secure. The vegetation and the design is the most remarkable feature of the park. The Thailandian style of the park is quiet unique.

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  • Love the park- went down after lunch after spending the day down on the sea in a private hire boat. Easy enough to get around in a couple of hours, we managed to get on all the rides including the lazy river (which is well worth a visit, even if you're not usually into them as this one is superb!) Be aware that rides stop at 5pm even though the park shuts at 6pm, but gives you a good bit of time to get changed, have a snoop around the souviner shops and stop to admire the sea lions on the way out! All in all, a fabulous afternoon of fun and worth the money. Take the whole day if you have kids, but just my partner and myself for a few hours more than enough.

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  • A great day out for all the family. There are rides for everyone. Be aware that you will have to queue quite a while for the rides so get priority if you don't want to do that. Best ride is Singha which was without a doubt the best water ride I have ever been on! The food is expensive but quite tasty and quick service and the wave pool is great fun. Don't miss out on this!

  • Great water park with amazing rides for all ages. Food was not overpriced and was of a good quality. There is a free bus service from lots of resorts but it is very busy and a lack of communication means you could be told to get on by one member of staff and then kicked off by another. Depending on which resort you are it it probably easier to pay for a taxi.

  • The park has great attractions and looks very nice with lush green. The facilities for food were not great. While the kids are running around it would be great to have some nice lounge area's with better food and drink options instead of warm white wine and greasy hamburgers. Also the staff could be more friendly.

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