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Siam Park (Siam Park) Tenerife

The water Park Siam Park (Siam Park) that on the island of Tenerife, is one of the youngest and most spectacular sights in the Canary Islands. Commissioned six years ago (in 2008), he became the champion of Europe – no other city in the Old world there are no similar institutions that can match him size. The total area of Siam Park – more than 180 square kilometers!

To match the size and entertainment of a water Park. A huge number of water slides, among which there are and family, where the speed achieved is not too high and extreme, a ride which dares not every visitor. Also at Siam Park and enough entertainment of a different nature – club, laser show, big beach. Tell about the most remarkable items Siam Park in more detail.

The volcano

One of the highlights of the show that it is possible to visit on Tenerife is the Volcano (The Volcano). This large-scale laser show, the essence of which is clear from the name – visitors can see how the eruption of the fiery mountain. Navigate to Siam Park, they have comfortable boats, and the journey is calm, guests carried on the swirling water.

Lazy river

If extreme entertainment visitors are satiated, then it is a direct road to Lazy river (Thai – Mai Thai). It priklucheniya like a trip to the aquarium, only better. Siam Park guests sit in boats which entails over and above them and on the sides discover startling beauty of the landscape. Continue reading

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