Sprawling across a huge four acres, this wonderful water kingdom has heaps of attractions to keep everyone happy. Plus, the Thai-inspired theme adds a touch of magic to things. When it comes to the Tower of Power, only daredevils need apply. You’ll get a dose of butterflies before plunging down a 28-metre drop into a shark-filled aquarium! If you prefer a calmer ride, the world’s longest lazy river snakes round the park at a much more leisurely pace.
TripAdvisor’s number 1!
Siam Park really leads the way with its cater-for-all slides and attractions. That’s why, for the fourth year running, TripAdvisor has awarded it the world’s number one waterpark!
Sea lions to slides
When you first arrive, say hello to the fun-loving sea lions splashing about on their very own island! Next up, you’ll see Siam Park's star attraction – the Tower of Power. This kamikaze waterslide has a jaw-dropping vertical drop into a shark tank, so definitely not one for the faint-hearted! Next, get your game face on for the six-lane Naga Racer and challenge the gang to a battle to the finish line.
The perfect family day out
Whether you’re an adrenalin junkie or a water baby, everyone will love the Wave Palace! Catch the surf on the world’s biggest artificial waves and you’ll soar a whopping three metres high! When you need to re-fuel, there’s a bunch of café-style eateries and bars to tickle your fancy. After, head to the Thai-style Floating Market where you can shop for souvenirs of your trip to take home.
When you’ve had your fill of thrills, take time out on the Mai Thai River. Climb aboard a rubber ring and float the day away on relaxing ride around the park. A round trip takes about 30 minutes, so it’s a great way to take a break from the action. There’s more relaxation on the cards over at Siam Beach – here it’s all sun, sand and sitting back.
Slide into a shark tank on the Tower of Power
Feel zero gravity on the Dragon’s vertical funnel
Kick back at the beach and enjoy the Wave Pool
Best for big kids!
Calling all thrill-seekers! Grab your raft and get ready to take on the fearsome Dragon! Hold on as you fly around a giant funnel before plummeting down a vertical tunnel. Over on the Tower of Power, brace yourself for shark-infested waters before you dare to discover 200m of adrenalin-pumping twists and turns on the park’s newest ride, Singha. On The Volcano, be prepared for nothing but neon lasers lighting the way through the depths of darkness.
Best for little kids
Adventure awaits for the little ones at the action-packed Sawasdee thanks to its mini versions of the park’s signature slides. They’ll have a splashing good time at The Lost City too – a magical water fortress maze of teeny slides, sprinklers and climbing frames. As you grab a float on the Jungle Snake, you’ll slide your way through a wild tangle of rainforest. Over at The Giant, step into a Thai temple before whooshing down a twin cyclone into the water below.
Explore the park
Take a tour of the water kingdom with this amazing 360o map with video. Zoom into the Tower of Power, see Singha up close and follow the twists and turns of the Mai Thai River now!