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Siam Park: Tickets

Transport yourself to the Land of Smiles, as you splish-splash, whizz and zoom down some of the world’s most innovative water rides at this Thai-themed waterpark.

What better way to enjoy the Canary Islands' year-round fabulous weather?

Whether young or old, the award-winning water world will have you shrilling in excitement with action-packed rides.

Inspired by Thailand, explore the park’s intricate design, including attraction names and walkways.

Plus, get your Siam Park ticket and surf the world’s biggest artificial waves at the famous wave pool … See you in the water!

How much do Siam Park tickets cost?

There are multiple Siam Park ticket options to choose from. Residents enjoy lower prices.

Non-residents

Regular entrance fee:

  • €38 for adults
  • €26 for kids between 3 and 11 years old
  • FREE: Children under 2 years old

Premium ticket (includes €15 lunch buffet ticket, private locker, and towel):

  • €59 for adults
  • €41 for kids between 3 and 11 years old

Residents

Regular entrance fee:

  • €19 for adults
  • €13 for kids between 3 and 11 years old
  • FREE: Children under 2 years old

Premium ticket (includes €15 lunch buffet ticket, private locker, and towel):

  • €39 for adults
  • €27 for kids between 3 and 11 years old

There are all-inclusive tickets at €149 for a non-resident and €119 for a resident. The ticket includes food and drinks, preferential access to attractions, a private locker and a towel.

The Champagne Club VIP is for two persons at €290 each and it includes a Balinese bed.

If your time is limited, buy a Fast Pass ticket for €15 which gives you preferential access to the rides and attractions (excluding the Tower of Power).

Who is eligible for discounts?

Buy a Twin Ticket for two people and save money.

Twin Ticket entrance fee for non-residents:

  • €66 for adults
  • €45 for kids between 6 and 11 years old

Twin Ticket entrance fee for residents:

  • €33 for adults
  • €22 for kids between 6 and 11 years old

Save with an Annual Entrance Card which can be used all year-round.

Annual entrance card fee for non-residents:

  • €99 for adults
  • €66 for kids between 3 and 11 years old
  • FREE: Children under 3 years old

Annual entrance card fee for residents:

  • €64 for adults
  • €44 for kids between 3 and 11 years old
  • FREE: Children under 3 years old

Are there any combined tickets or tours including Siam Park and other attractions?

Two of the main attractions in Tenerife are mega-themed parks. Save time and money, and book a combined ticket. You have 15 days to visit each park once.

  • Siam Park and Loro Parque tickets: Choose two days that suit you to adventure a world-class waterpark and a historical tropical animal reserve, home to 350 parrots.

Should you book Siam Park tickets in advance?

The park can only hold a limited capacity and new safety measures have been put in place. All guests are required to book Siam Park tickets in advance and register online before visiting the park.

What will you see inside the Siam Park?

Get ready for a mix of adrenaline pumping and family-friendly water rides inside the award-winning waterpark.

Try and catch your breath on the newest addition to the park, the Singha water roller coaster. Thrill-seekers can fly down the 28-meter high Tower of Power at a speed of 80 kilometers per hour. If you dare, defy gravity on the mega Dragon.

Enjoy some good old family competition, as you all slide the Naga Racer or head down one of the biggest funnel rides in the world, The Giant.

The Lost City is the ultimate playground for the little ones, as well as the Sawasdee area.

Learn to surf at Siam Park! The Wave Palace boasts the largest artificial waves across the globe — reaching 3 meters high. Work on your tan instead at one of two man-made beaches, Siam or Coco Beach.

No water park is complete without its lazy river and the Mai Thai River flows with twists and turns.

With its Thai theme, travel to the Land of Smiles at the Floating Market where you can shop for souvenirs. Feel transported to Bangkok when dining at one of the Thai-inspired eateries at Siam Park.

How to get to Siam Park?

Siam Park is located in Costa Adeje, a one-hour drive from the main island of Tenerife. There are a few easy travel options for your Siam Park visit.

From Tenerife to Siam Park by bus

Siam Park has its own bus service for guests traveling from either the north or south of Tenerife and Los Gigantes. It is required to book and buy your ticket 24 hours before your Siam Park visit.

Around Costa Adeje to Siam Park by double-decker bus

If you’re already in the resort town, Costa Adeje, Siam Park offers a free bus service from numerous pickup points. These include TheDukeShop, Centro Comercial Fañabe plaza, Villa Adeje Beach and more. The free service runs from 9:30 AM to 6 PM.

From Tenerife to Siam Park by car

If traveling to Siam Park from Adeje, drive the south highway TF-1 and take exit 73. If traveling to Siam Park from Santa Cruz, drive the south highway TF-1 and take exit 73 or exit 74.

When is the best time to visit Siam Park?

Siam Park is open every day (Monday-Sunday) 10 AM to 5 PM. To make the most out of a full day here, get to the waterpark as it opens. Arrive 30 minutes before opening time if you want to avoid long entry lines.

The Canary Islands have great weather all year round, even in winter.

Which other attractions/theme parks can be visited in the city?

Although Siam Park is located in the Adeje area, Tenerife is the main city. It’s the second-largest island in the Canary Islands and features tons of natural beauties.

Travel tips

  • Parking is available onsite for €4.
  • You are allowed to bring your own food into the park, which can be stored for you during your play-time for €3.
  • There is an exclusive picnic area if you want to set up your own instead of buying food from the restaurants.
  • Locker and towel rental are available at the park.
  • Find free dressing room facilities and showers on-site.
  • Wear a high SPF sunblock, and sunscreen is available from the Floating Market.
  • Guests have free access to umbrellas, sun loungers, life jackets and tubes.
  • Some of the family-friendly rides have a height limit and are not suitable for young children.