Siam Park - Tenerife
Try to get there early to avoid the queues, and don't miss the giant waves in the lagoon. You'll hear a gong when the waves are about to start.
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If you thought that Florida had the monopoly on world class theme parks... think again, this place is awesome! Set in 185,000m2 of exotic plants and buildings and of course water-based rides, Siam Park is an all-day experience you'll never ever forget.
Starting from the top - not a term we use lightly - there is the Tower of Power. Yes it's a water chute... but with a 28m near-vertical drop and a piranha infested aquarium to get through at the end, the term 'death-defying' springs to mind. Moving on while your adrenalin is still causing your hands to shake, try the 200m Kinnaree water slide... very potent. After this take the weight off your feet with that zero gravity feeling in The Dragon.
For the extreme thrill seekers out there go round again (several times if you wish), but you would be wise to get off the 'merry go round' and experience everything else that Siam Park in Tenerife has to offer.
Family fun is their 'motto' with rides such as Jungle Snakes, Mekong Rapids, Naga Races and many more. Why not 'dry out' on the 'sugar sand' man-made beach and watch the waves come in? Yes we did say waves... at regular intervals 6ft waves are created out to 'sea' that are perfect for surfing, hence the surf school based in the park. Relax, by the time the waves hit the beach they are gently lapping at your feet!
With all that energy expended hunger begins to take hold. Tasty burgers and hotdogs can be had for sure, but why not have a leisurely lunch in one of the restaurant bars. Eat in the floating market overlooking the Sea Lion pool, or perhaps the Beach Club is more your scene.
Quite rightly in Tenerife Siam Park boasts that it offers 'something for everybody', clichéd we know but it is not an idle claim. In their eyes the family is not limited to Mum, Dad and the kids. Grandparents, elderly Uncles and Aunts who wished they had parks like this 'in their day' can join in the fun with the next generation. Free sun beds, shady palms, tea houses, botanical gardens combine nicely with afternoon strolls and watching the world go by.
Understandably, Tenerife's Siam Park is one of the island's most visited attractions, so if you want to avoid the queues at the entrance, you'd better buy Siam Park tickets online now.