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Siam park tower of power: Tower of Power – Siam Park

Опубликовано: January 25, 2023 в 3:41 am


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That’s Wild!

If you like adrenaline, you cannot miss it! In this water slide of a height of 28m you can reach a speed of up to 80km/h, finishing the ride passing through a huge aquarium full of sharks and rays. #siampark #siamwaterpark #tenerife #spaon #scariestwaterslide #highestwaterslide #viraltiktok #fyp #viraltiktok #fyp #fypシ

188.2K Likes, 5.1K Comments. TikTok video from That’s Wild! (@.thats_wild): “If you like adrenaline, you cannot miss it! In this water slide of a height of 28m you can reach a speed of up to 80km/h, finishing the ride passing through a huge aquarium full of sharks and rays. #siampark #siamwaterpark #tenerife #spaon #scariestwaterslide #highestwaterslide #viraltiktok #fyp #viraltiktok #fyp #fypシ”. Would you dare ride this insane water slide?? 😱 | 📸-amusementforce (yt). original sound.


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Sarah O

Never doing it again tho. My life flashed before my eyes 🤣🤣🤣🤣 #sianpark #towerofpower #waterpark #summer

140 Likes, 5 Comments. TikTok video from Sarah O (@sarxh_o): “Never doing it again tho. My life flashed before my eyes 🤣🤣🤣🤣 #sianpark #towerofpower #waterpark #summer”. POV – waiting to go on a ride we both said we would NEVER go on 🤣🤣🤣. original sound.


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📍Siam Park Tower Of Power. Nearly fell forward ahaha

TikTok video from قصدك (@oscarsweiss): “📍Siam Park Tower Of Power. Nearly fell forward ahaha”. original sound.


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Siam Park

Tower of Power or The Giant? 🤩 #siampark #siamparktenerife #tenerife

1.1K Likes, 58 Comments. TikTok video from Siam Park (@siampark_oficial): “Tower of Power or The Giant? 🤩 #siampark #siamparktenerife #tenerife”. in heat..


in heat. – Hentai Xander


Scream Seekers

Tower of Power at Siam Park in Tenerife #tenerife #siampark #towerofpower #sharktank #waterslide #slide #scary #drop #water #sharks #foryou #fyp #fy

1. 5K Likes, 69 Comments. TikTok video from Scream Seekers (@screamseekers): “Tower of Power at Siam Park in Tenerife #tenerife #siampark #towerofpower #sharktank #waterslide #slide #scary #drop #water #sharks #foryou #fyp #fy”. original sound.


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Camilla Nakling

This Terrifying Waterslide in Tenerife Goes Through a Shark Tank🦈 #waterslide #siampark #tenerife #ariel #lifeundersea #waterpark #slide #adrenalin #rush #towerofpower #hollyday #fun

276 Likes, 14 Comments. TikTok video from Camilla Nakling (@naklingcamilla): “This Terrifying Waterslide in Tenerife Goes Through a Shark Tank🦈 #waterslide #siampark #tenerife #ariel #lifeundersea #waterpark #slide #adrenalin #rush #towerofpower #hollyday #fun”. Under The Sea.


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water slide of a height of 28m you can reach a speed of up to 80km/h, finishing the ride passing through a huge aquarium full of sharks and rays. #siampark #towerofpower #tenerife #spain #holiday #girlstrip

257.3K Likes, 2.8K Comments. TikTok video from thv (@user137783899188929): “water slide of a height of 28m you can reach a speed of up to 80km/h, finishing the ride passing through a huge aquarium full of sharks and rays. #siampark #towerofpower #tenerife #spain #holiday #girlstrip”. The money will return
but I’ll never be 26 and
sliding on the tower of power in tenerife again.. Somewhere Only We Know.


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Tower of power slide! Scary when you’re up there I’m telling you 👀 😂 #tenerife #siampark #waterslide #fun #waterpark #slide #summer #holiday #sun

482 Likes, 25 Comments. TikTok video from PurelyBelters (@purelybelters): “Tower of power slide! Scary when you’re up there I’m telling you 👀 😂 #tenerife #siampark #waterslide #fun #waterpark #slide #summer #holiday #sun”. Tower of power… | into the sharks tank … . Sail.




Irina Sandu

#siampark #towerofpower #tenerife “If you like adrenaline, you cannot miss it! In this water slide of a height of 28m you can reach a speed of up to 80km/h, finishing the ride passing through a huge aquarium full of sharks and rays.”

TikTok video from Irina Sandu (@irinaasandu): “#siampark #towerofpower #tenerife “If you like adrenaline, you cannot miss it! In this water slide of a height of 28m you can reach a speed of up to 80km/h, finishing the ride passing through a huge aquarium full of sharks and rays.””. original sound.


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Are You Brave Enough To Ride These 5 Insane Water Slides?

Friday, May 6, 2022 – 07:20

Summer is quickly approaching, and with it comes water park season. Heading to a water park is one of the best ways to stay cool in the summer. Arguably, the most fun part of any water park though is the water slides. There are some incredible water slides at water parks around the world.

Let’s check out some of the most insane and exciting water slides out there. Would you be brave enough to conquer some of these outrageous slides?

1. Sliding with Sharks

Image: Atlantis

Chances are you have seen the towering Mayan temple that sits at the Atlantis resort in the Bahamas and the slide that runs down under a tank full of real sea creatures. This water slide is called Leap of Faith and it is a body slide that sends riders down a nearly vertical 60-foot-tall drop. But the real thrill is traveling through a clear acrylic tunnel beneath a lagoon that includes sharks. If you’re looking for a little bit more time with the marine life, Atlantis also has Serpent Slide, a tube slide that ends with a leisurely ride through a submerged acrylic tunnel.

Image: Siam Park

Did you know, Atlantis isn’t the only waterpark that sends riders to the sharks. Tower of Power at Siam Park in the Canary Islands also sends riders down a steep body slide and through a tunnel surrounded by sharks. At nearly 92 feet high, Tower of Power sends riders down at speeds reaching more than 45 miles per hour.

2. Reaching New Heights

Image: Aldiea das Aguas Park

Kilimanjaro at Brazil’s Aldiea das Aguas Park is currently the tallest water slide in the world after the closing of Verrückt, a water slide at Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas that stood at 169 feet tall. Kilimanjaro was built in 1990 and was named after the tallest mountain in Africa. The slide stands 164 feet tall. Riders are sent plummeting down this body slide reaching speeds of 60 miles per hour. Riders are plunged through a deep valley and into a crystal-clear pool at the end of the slide.

Image: Xel-ha

While not quite as tall, Scenic Lighthouse at Xel-ha in Mexico will give riders breathtaking views of the surrounding Caribbean Sea and Mayan jungle. The top of Scenic Lighthouse sits at 133 feet high and offers riders a chance to have their picture taken with the incredible views before heading down to the entrance of 4 water slides. The slides are about 100 feet tall and are tightly wrapped around the body of the lighthouse. Regardless of which slide they choose; the rider will be sent spiraling down into a natural pool at the bottom.

3. Looping Water Slides

Image: Whitewater

The Aqualoop was designed by the manufacturer, Whitewater. Many parks around the world now carry one of these looping waterslides. Some parks opt for a single Aqualoop, but others such as Lotte Gimhae Waterpark in Korea have multiple adjacent Aqualoop slides, giving them a racing feature in addition to the fact that they send riders head-over-feet.

Image: Norweigan Cruise Line

If riding a looping water slide does not seem thrilling enough for you, perhaps you would like to try a slide that loops over the open ocean. Norwegian Cruise Line has ships that feature a looping waterslide on the deck. Not only that, but the loop hangs over the ocean and is clear so that all riders can see below them is the sea.

4. SlideWheel

Image: Whitewater

SlideWheel may be one of the most insane waterslides in the world. This contraption, built and designed by Whitewater, is located in Chimelong Water Park in China. It is currently the first, and only, SlideWheel in operation. This behemoth slide sends 4-person rafts every 30 seconds through a waterslide that is continuously turning on a wheel that resembles a Ferris wheel. The rafts are propelled through the slide by both gravity and the momentum of the turning. It is truly one of the most bizarre water slides.

5. Water Coasters

Image: Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari

There are many water coasters out there. Some are fueled by gravity alone, and others are launched with jets of water. Cheetah Chase at Holiday World and Splashin’ Safari is the first launched water coaster. It is specifically a RocketBLAST water coaster built and designed by Proslide Technology Inc. This dual racing water coaster features two “Flying Saucer” elements on each side. The best part of this water coaster is that riders will not have to battle long staircases to reach the loading area, making the slide more mobility friendly. Holiday World and Splashin’ Safari is one of the water coaster capitals, as it features two other water coasters called Mammoth and Wildebeest which are the world’s two longest water coasters.

Which of these wild slides would you be brave enough to conquer? Let us know your thoughts by adding a comment below or on our Facebook page.

Siam Park with transport from Puerto de la Cruz

17 reviews

Enjoy a transfer from Puerto de la Cruz to an aquatic wonderland


Atlantico Excursiones S. L.

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Current events

What’s included

Quick access to Siam Park

Bus transfer from Tenerife North to Siam Park in Tenerife South and back

Use of sun loungers, snorkels, life jackets and umbrellas

Use of changing rooms and showers 9004

What is not included

Hotel to hotel transfer

Locker (can be rented on site)

Towel, food, drinks (can be purchased on site)

Where will you go

Place of departure

Plaza de los Reyes Catolicos, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz

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  • Choose from 21 rides and rides to fill your day with relaxation and adrenaline
  • Thrill-seekers can go on an attraction, such as the 28 meter high tower of power with speeds up to 80 km/h.
  • Compete with family and friends to see who can get to the bottom first with the Naga Racer.

If you want to hit the white sand beaches or do some fist riding, you’ll find them at Siam Park. Grab your comrades and take on the dragon or kinnari on exciting subway rides before you muster up the courage to sleigh down Singh Hill.

There are rapids, a huge wave pool and relaxation areas that kids will love. When everyone is tired of the non-stop action, it’s time to take your transport back to Puerto de la Cruz. This day is well spent in Tenerife’s breathtaking park.

  • Show the voucher on your smartphone to the driver when boarding the bus at the meeting point (see map).
  • The driver will give you a separate ticket for Siam Park.
  • Don’t forget to come on time!
  • Rescheduling a visit may be possible. Contact customer service to help you.

Ratings and reviews

4. 4

based on 17 reviews

Siam Park Tenerife

Under the tropical sun of the Canary Islands, there is an amazing water park for relaxation. You will find a large selection of water activities, an amphitheater and entertainment for all tastes.

The amusement park founder Christopher Kassling traveled to the most famous water parks and soon found his place in the city of Costa Adeje on the island of Tenerife. The main style of Siam Park is made with elements of Thai architecture: buildings, pavilions, a floating market, restaurants and even the main menu in the traditions of the old kingdom. The construction of the park lasted 4 years, and the opening was attended by the Princess of Thailand Maha Chakra Sirindhorn.

What will you see in Siam Park?

In addition to unforgettable attractions, Siam Park has many interesting places. The exotic atmosphere starts from the entrance – funny sea lions play in the clearest water. The magic of ancient Thailand will give a floating market. To the left of it is a comfortable beach: soft Portuguese sand, crystal clear water and evening entertainment. Very close – Beach Bar – delicious cocktails overlooking the Wave Palace and the island of La Gomere. If you want to arrange a vacation in the Canary Islands, Siam Park is the perfect place. The benevolent administration will help plan the rest and entertainment of your guests.

After the fur seal pool you are greeted by sophisticated oriental houses, tropical greenery and relaxation services – all built on the water. Try traditional dishes and drinks in a floating restaurant or order a relaxing Thai massage, or maybe go shopping and see the territory of the floating market – the main thing is that there is enough time for everything. You can enjoy aromatic tea and choose your type of drink in the tea room. Toward evening, tea ceremonies are arranged according to ancient customs – do not miss it.

Siam Park consists of attractions, bars and restaurants, tropical areas and bungalows, a club, a volcano and an amphitheater. Everyone will find a holiday to their liking. The safety of your holiday is guaranteed – the water park has been tested by an international commission. All entertainment and relaxation areas are thought out to the smallest detail. It will take a long time to explore the entire park. In this complex there are such attractions as:

  • Wave Palace is a unique complex consisting of a fairy-tale castle, a beach of soft sand and turquoise sea water. Wave surges have the maximum similarity with the real ones. Participate in surfer competitions or sunbathe on the beach, or maybe watch the waves reaching 3 meters in height – the decision is yours.
  • Tropical Snake – Mysterious Ride: Four slides intertwined with different routes: closed – incredible speed inside a soft snake, and open – a slow ride in tropical landscapes. As the end – you find yourself on the blue surface of the lake.
  • Giant – a huge head-mask in the middle of the water park and in the mythology of the East, drives away evil spirits. You need to get inside the head and choose one of the directions for the descent. A lot of emotions and adrenaline is provided. Do you have the courage to go down into the still waters of the pool?
  • Kamikaze “Tower of Power” – can you imagine free flight down from a 30-meter height? From the top you have a great view of the entire territory of Siam Park. When falling, you can see all the ancient buildings of the temple. Below you will find a surprise: exotic fish and alligators… At a safe distance.
  • Naga Racer is a fun downhill ride for the whole family. Ideal for competition: six tracks and races on air mattresses, the finish is the warm waters of the pool.
  • Mai Thai River – “lazy stream” – a leisurely tour of Siam Water Park on comfortable rubber rings. Fabulous buildings, incredible nature and the world of antiquity await you.
  • Volcano — water trip inside the volcano. A fast flow of water takes you to the most remote corners along steep descents.
  • Mekong is the longest Siam river in the park in Tenerife. Crazy rafting from the top of the Elephant Palace on a rubber boat through caves, gorges and tunnels, the charm of the Caribbean nature.
  • Dragon – a circular descent along the funnel. Rolling waves, the growl of a dragon and puffs of smoke immerse you in the weightless atmosphere of the elements.
  • Kinari – adrenaline descent from a 25-meter height. Your inflatable ring will be carried up the slope, spinning and thrown into the still waters of the pool.
  • Children’s play area “Sawasdee” – translated from Thai – welcome. . Four slides of different complexity, two of which are designed for high-speed competitions. The sea of ​​fun and positive emotions is provided.

The cost of rest in the water park Siam

Park opening hours: from March to October – 10:00-18:00, from November to March – 10:00-17:00. The standard ticket price for Siam Park in Tenerife is 34 euros for adults and 23 euros for children under 11 years old. Discounts, great offers and club cards will help you save a lot. Double ticket (“Twin ticket”) – a visit to the two largest parks on the island of Tenerife – water park Siam Park and Loro Park. The price is 58 euros (adults) and 39.5 euros (children). Double ticket plus transfer – 71.50 euros and 47.50 euros for children. In addition to visiting two famous parks, transport services are also provided. Premium ticket – in addition to the visit, it includes lunch, a safe and towels. The cost is 51 euros and 36 euros. Annual card – 99 euros and 66 euros – a personal pass to Siam Park in Tenerife for a year. It is valid from the moment of activation exactly 12 months, only the owner can use it. Annual card in Loro and Siam Park – 149 euros and 99 euros. Cabana VIP – all-inclusive vacation for 4 people: bungalow, bar, beach service and other services. The cost is 400 euros.