Siam Park - The largest wave pool in Thailand

Siam Park is separated into four 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.

Siam park opened 36 years ago in November 1975 by the founder Chaiwat Luangamornlert and his aim was and still is, to bring fun to Thailand and put a smile on children's faces. The park now has 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 certicified by Guinness World Records and stretches an impressive 13,600 sq m and is the only man made beach in the city. The theme park originally started off with only a few rides, but over the years the owner has expanded and it now has over 30 different rides.

The park has recently been under complete renovation and since 2007 the park owner has completed the construction of new attractions: Vortex, which is 1 of the 2 world’s largest suspended looping roller coaster, Boomerang, Giant Drop, Aladdin, Si-AmTower, Condor, Top-spin, Mega Dance and the Log Flume. There are also four new rides due to be completed within the next year, which include Pony Express a new family roller coaster.

Siam Park is separated into four 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. The aim of this, is make sure the park offers something for everyone of all ages. As well as all this It also has: a 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.

Siam Park was not the first park to be opened in Bangkok but it is the longest running park in the country and because of its success it is to celebrate its 30th Anniversary in 2010.

Source & Photo: Wikipedia

 

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