Siam Park City is a large amusement park and water park located on Seri Thai Road in the Khan Na Yao district of Bangkok. The park has many rides and roller coasters, including the spectacular Vortex, one of the world’s two largest suspended looping roller coasters. In the water park, Siam Park City has the world’s largest wave pool, certified by Guinness World Records.
Operating hours are 10 am to 6 pm. Water park hours of operation are 10 am to 5 pm. Amusement park hours of operation are 11 am to 6 pm. We showed up right at opening on a Saturday morning. We expected there to be a crowd, but we were practically the only people there!
At the entrance, you can purchase different ticket packs depending on the activities that you want. The park is divided into five zones: X-Zone, Water Park, Family World, Fantasy World, and Small World.
Even if you are a Thai resident and qualify for the discounted Fun Pack, you will want to choose the more expensive Big Pack if you want to ride the X-Zone high-adrenaline rides. If you are only wanting to spend the day cooling down in the wave pool, the 500 baht Fun Pack is a great option. The Fun Pack excludes X-Zone rides but includes the Water Park, Family World, and Fantasy World.
You will see different ticket pricing on the English version website. The price listed is 30 USD for F.I.T. Adult tickets (includes Water Park and all rides, same as the Big Pack) and 25 USD for F.I.T. Kid tickets (includes Small World, Family World and the Water Park, same as Kid Pack). Make sure to check for special pricing and available discounts.
After purchasing your tickets, grab a map of the park on your way in. The park is laid out very well and there are lots of unique decorations to enjoy.
Until well after noon, we were able to ride the rides by ourselves! We just walked up and got on. No waiting!
The Vortex was awesome! We were able to ride it over and over, having our pick of seats.
The Giant drop will get your heart pumping as you anticipate your free-fall!
Giant Drop is the tallest free-fall drop in South-east Asia at 75 meters.
If you are a dinosaur buff you will want to make sure that you visit Dinotopia, a museum dedicated to the Jurassic era. Here you will see life-sized dinosaur skeletons and can even touch a dinosaur bone.
While we stayed dry on this trip, we did check out the wave pool. It is large and there are plenty of shaded areas with loungers that you can rent for only 10 baht for the day.
We had a great time at Siam Park City. We were able to ride all of the rides that we wanted by the time people started to show up. It began to get busier after noon and there were short waits at some of the more popular rides. For more information, make sure that you check out their website. I have only highlighted a handful of the park’s rides and attractions, there are many, many more!
We are looking forward to returning soon and spending a day at the water park!
Directions: //www.siamparkcity.com/en/contact.php (bottom of page)
Siam Park City @ 13.805564,100.692958
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