slides that makes you dizzy to towering wet and wild water glides, giant water drops, swimming areas, fountains, waterfalls and artificial beaches, Siam Water Park is the hottest way to cool down on a steamy Thai summers day for the whole family.

The water park which opened its doors in 1980 is considered to be one of the biggest and oldest themed parks in Thailand, and one of the biggest water parks in Southeast Asia. The park is separated into three main sections, learning park, the water park and amusement park. This water park is set amidst lush landscapes. There are many themed areas as well as a children’s playground, aviaries, an open zoo and botanical garden for those who like to stay high and dry and enjoy a day out with the family. You can find your way easily through the park as there are many path finder camps located inside the park.

It is open daily from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm features many adrenalin pumping water activities such as the Boomerang which consists of a roller coaster with three loops that makes you feel like you are on a boomerang. You can also try out other rides such as the Twin Dragon, which is a pirate ship ride with a dragon theme and a double merry go round, one of the oldest rides in the park. The Monster and the Rock and Roll rides are not for the faint hearted. Since its opening in 2007, three new attractions were added to the building such as the Vortex, the Giant Drop, Aladin – The Magic Carpet Ride and the hundred meters tall Siam Park Observation Tower. Many more new attractions have been planned in the coming years.

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