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Tenerife: Siam Park Tickets

1. Tenerife: Siam Park Tickets

Get your adrenalin fix with this full-day ticket to Siam Park Tenerife, a thrilling theme park that recreates the old Kingdom of Siam, relocated to the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa! Fun for the entire family, the park covers 185,000-square meters of natural landscape and exquisite Oriental design. Each attraction is a unique experience in a magical setting, combining the exotic mystery of Siam with the exciting adventure of white-knuckle rides. Ascend the Tower of Power for a vertical plunge down a 91-foot (28-meter) drop. Float down a gently meandering river. Or bask in the sunshine, enjoying beautiful views from white sand beaches. Siam Park boasts many records, but the biggest and best is the exhilarating wave pool which churns up the largest manmade wave in the world, reaching up to 10-foot (3 meters) high. Ride the surf to feel the force. And don't leave without visiting the Floating Market to discover a typical Thai village, where you can enjoy a traditional Thai massage, purchase unique souvenirs, and stock up on snacks and sweets.

Puerto de la Cruz: Loro Parque & Siam Park Combined Tickets

2. Puerto de la Cruz: Loro Parque & Siam Park Combined Tickets

Spend one of your days on this 2-day combined ticket at Loro Parque, one of the top attractions in the Canaries. Discover the incredible animal habitats that put you within a whisker of the action, and experience the excitement of the park’s 4 world class shows. The highlight of this day of adventure is sure to be the spectacular killer whale show at the park’s Orca Ocean. Get ready for a day of excitement and fun! One of the most respected zoological gardens in the world, Loro Parque is known for its exceptional beauty, excellent facilities and installations, and its focus on nature and the environment. It is the first such park in the world to have been awarded the environmental certification of Animal Embassy. Younger visitors will enjoy their experience in Kinderlandia. This attraction resembles an African village of huts in the trees, where kids can climb and enjoy the jungle, balancing on the hanging bridges and slithering down the snake slide. Your second fun day will be spent at Siam Park, the water kingdom that opened in 2008, and is now considered Europe’s most spectacular theme park with water attractions. Siam Park will amaze you with its diverse attractions and exotic settings. The park’s natural landscapes and exquisite oriental design make it a major new development in tourism – a place where the whole family will experience adventure and excitement. Each attraction combines with the mystery of the ancient kingdom of Thailand to transport visitors into a magical world.

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What people are saying about Siam Park

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 1,907 reviews

Visited with 7 friends and had a great day. It’s crazy busy at this time of year which means queues are very long, it’s definitely worth getting a fast pass but be aware these sell out very early. We got there at 9:30 and it was already packed so it’s worth getting there around 9 so you’re ready to go as soon as the rides open at 10am. Go straight for lockers when you get in! Shoes often get taken either by mistake or because they are stolen so it’s worth buying some water shoes or just wearing shoes all day as I did. Singha was our favourite ride (aside from Tower of Power which only a few brave ones went on). Food is reasonably priced. Impossible to get a sun bed at the beach area unless you go there first and put a towel down! Despite its difficulties it’s such a great day out. Make sure you bring sun cream and put it in your locker to top up often - I was very burnt!

We visited Siam Park in the morning. At the beginning we have the Fast Pass for 18€ p.p. P. and swimming shoes bought before the fun started. Both were worth every penny. The Fast Pass saved us hours of queuing. However, with the Fast Pass you can only ride each slide once + joker for a slide of your choice. Note: There is no fast lane for Tower of Power. For us, going once was perfect because we wouldn't have queued in the normal queue anyway. So we drove all the slides between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Was great fun.

The combined ticket is a great idea and good value for money. Enjoyed both parks. The prebooked ticket let us skip the ticket lines at the entrance to the parks. We were staying in Costa Adeje so Siam Park was easy to reach and booked bus transportation through Loro Parque website to get to the north. Would recommend afternoon fast pass ticket for Siam Park in addition to this combined ticket. The fast passes can sell out though.

Amazing. Siam park is another adventure entirely, fun all the way. Loro Parque was lovely too. Loads of demonstrations by the animals. It was amazing. I will suggest you book both tickets but split the days, you can’t get the best out of both parks if you go same day. Also go early, especially for Loro Parque, there are loads of activities waiting for you. Great day for family indeed. Will definitely be coming back.

Everything was clean, some rides had an 1 hours queue but quite a few were not long at all. Best to get there before the free buses as you can get on a few rides before the queues start to form. Take water shoes as the floor does get hot in some places.