Siam Park Tickets

Opening hours

Siam Park opens at 10am every day. From the 1st of May until the 31st of October it closes at 6pm. From the 1st of November until the 30th of April it closes at 5pm.

Siam Park is open every day of the year.

How to get there

Walk- if you are staying in Costa Adeje, then the park is most probably within walking distance.

Bus- there is a free bus from Los Christianos, Las Americas and Fanabe with designated stops. It operates every 30 minutes from 10am until the early afternoon.

Car- the park is situated close to the TF-1 motorway. Use exits 28 or 29. There is a car park with a 3 Euro charge per day.


How much are tickets to Siam Park?
On the gate the prices are 35 Euros for adults (12+) and 22 Euros for children aged 3-11. Children aged younger than 3 have free entry to Siam Park. If you buy your tickets online there are several cheaper offers and deals available.
What is a ‘Twin Ticket’?
The ‘Twin Ticket’ is a combined ticket giving your entry to both Siam Park and Loro Parque. These tickets are valid for 90 days from the date of purchase giving you one day’s entertainment in each attraction.
What are the height restrictions on some rides?
Some rides have height restrictions such as riding the Tower of Power visitors must be at least 1.42m tall, Dragon 1.25m and the Lazy River 1.1m.
Is the park easily accessible for disabled visitors?
Yes, Siam Park is accessible to wheelchair users; this includes the toilets and refreshment areas.
Where can I buy tickets for the Park and is it best to buy online, or in resort?
In addition to buying your tickets online or at the gate you can also purchase your tickets at some shops in Tenerife. Buying your tickets online remains the cheapest option to buy your tickets.
I am a non-swimmer. Can I still use the water slides?
Yes. The safety of all visitors to the park is of paramount importance with fully trained lifeguards placed at the start and end of every water slide to assist you should this be required. The rides are designed to enable non-swimmers to participate in the rides in complete safety.
Are there discounts available for the elderly or disabled?
At this moment in time there are no discounts available as all visitors to Siam Park should be able to equally enjoy the benefits of the park.
Can I pay for my tickets in British Pounds rather than Euros?
Yes. If you buy your tickets online you will be billed with the amount payable in Pounds Sterling.
Are all the rides included in the admission charge?
Yes, once you have paid the entry fee there are no additional charges for any of the rides. You are free to ride each attraction as many times as you wish.

Must Know

A constant water temperature
The water is heated to a temperature of around 24C.
Desalinated water
The water used in the park is taken from the sea, put through a desalination process before being used in the rides. At the end of each day the water is not wasted it is used to water the plants and grass in the park so nothing is wasted.
Tower of Power
This exhilarating ride sees you dropping 28 metres vertically before travelling through the shark aquarium via a tunnel and emerging safely into the pool.
Siam Beach and the Wave Palace
Enjoy the tranquil waters as you swim or relax on the sun beds or at the bar. If you prefer something a little livelier the 3m high wave pool is the biggest in Europe.
Lazy River
Take a relaxing journey along the lazy river as you travel slowly through the park, past waterfalls, an aquarium of tropical fish and end at a Jacuzzi.
The Dragon
This exhilarating zero gravity attraction will take you and three companions on an inflated raft through tunnels and a 20m wide funnel on an exciting journey. This is one of the most popular rides in the park.
The Giant
The Giant is another popular journey that defies gravity.
Mekong Rapids
You will need to hold on tight as the family sized inflatable raft carries you through rapids for an adventure for all the family.
Jungle Snakes
Prepare yourself for a soaking on this classic water slide. You have a choice of four routes to take as you slide down through the jungle to the pool below.
Naga Racer
You can race your family or friends along this six lane raceway as you race down head first or feet first and try to win.
Lost City and Baby Zone
These areas are so that the smaller members of the family can have fun getting wet and splashing about. This attraction combines gentle slides, waterfalls, climbing nets and bridges.
Kinnaree is an amazing water slide of 200 metres designed for adrenalin lovers and thrill seekers.
Sawasdee brings the fun of the adult rides in smaller versions so the little ones can have some fun as well.

Places Nearby

Loro Parque
This marine wildlife park contains 22.5 million litres of sea water which is pumped directly from the sea. You can see Orca whales, over 200 penguins on an artificial iceberg and dolphins that leap 6 metres into the air during their daily shows. The show featuring the sea lions is full of fun, games and balancing. The aquarium’s highlight is the shark tunnel where you can come face-to-face with these magnificent predators.
Mount Teide Tour
You can take a full day or half day tour to the highest peak on the island Mount Teide. It is also the highest peak in Spanish territory. The tour takes in the national park and Tenerife’s highest village, Vilaflor. At the top of the road you can take a cable car up to the peak for views across the island, providing the weather is clear.
Playa del Duque
This beach is located at the more exclusive end of Costa Adeje and is a beach of elegant white sand. The area is lined with luxury hotels and upmarket restaurants to add to that exclusive feel. There is a rockthat juts into the sea to cut the beach off from the area that contains the majority of the resort. Another plus is that it is the best looking beach in the area.