Siam Park City also know as Suan Siam is an amusement and water park in Bangkok, Thailand. Siam park opened 30 years ago in November 1980 to bring fun to Thailand and put a smile on children’s faces.
The park now receives over 2 million visitors a year from all over the world and has some of the largest rides in the region. The park is set in 120 acres and is considered to be the largest theme and water park in Southeast Asia. The idea for the water park was to create an oasis from the hustle and bustle of the city, as although Thailand has lots of beaches there are none in Bangkok. The wave pool is now the largest in the world as certified by Guinness World Records and stretches an impressive 13,600 sq m and is the only man made beach in the city. Siam Park is separated into three main zones, the water park, the amusement park and a theme park (Siam Genius).
The amusement park is then separated into 4 sub zones. Fantasy World, X-zone, Family world and Small World to offer something for everyone of all ages. Also Pathfinder camp which is used for scout groups, a huge amphitheater that regularly puts on shows from America, Russia, England and China, and a shelter all located inside the park. Theme park attractions are Vortex, Giant Drop – 75 meter free-fall ride, Boomerang, Log Flume, Topspin, Siam Park Tower – 100 meter high automatic observation tower, Mega Dance, Double-Deck Merry-Go-Round, Twin Dragon, Africa Adventure, Jurassic Adventure, Dinotopia and many more.