Opened in 1980, Bangkok’s Siam Park City is home to the world’s largest artificial sea and a host of other exciting water and amusement park attractions. Covering 48 hectares in the Thai capital, Siam Park City sees over two million visitors a year.
The most famous draw to Siam Park City is its large artificial sea. The wave pool isn’t just the largest in the world, it is also the only man-made beach in Bangkok. Other attractions of the park include a spa, several swimming pools and a seven-storey waterslide. Outside the water park, the theme park’s attractions include roller coasters, a free fall tower drop, a log flume and a double-decker merry-go-round.
Siam Park City is located north-east of central Bangkok. It is not within reach of the MTB subway or the BTS sky train. There are bus stations nearby, and Bangkok has several metred taxis. A drive to Siam Park City from Hua Lamphong train station would take around 60 minutes.
Now the largest water and amusement park in Southeast Asia, Siam Park City was first established in 1980. Its founder Chaiwat Luangamornlert sought to create both a joyous family-friendly attraction and a retreat from the bustle of central Bangkok, as the Thai capital has no beaches. Over the years, it has grown and now has over 30 rides and attractions across the water park, amusement park and theme park.
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