The Siam Park Water Park will be of significant economic, tourist and social interest, according to a statement from the Government of the Canary Islands. It is a commercial work that will play a key role in the development of the area of El Veril.
Cotmac (The Canary Islands Commission for Territorial Planning and Environment) has pointed out that the agreement with the Canary Islands Government last year on 4 September 2014, when the proposed water park development was declared of strategic interest, is also endorsed by the public interest in the project.
Siam Park Gran Canaria proposed attractions include:
ProSlide Technology Inc. provided Siam Park’s attractions. Artist Paolo Bonnanno designed the theming, and Bangkok architecture professor Ruetai designed the buildings.
The 15 highly popular atractions from the first Siam park will be recreated anew, with a few extra twists just for Gran Canaria.
“Tower of Power”: Thrill ride featuring a 28-meter drop and a trip through Siam Park’s shark aquarium.
“The Dragon”: Dragon-themed ProSlide Tornado.
“Mekong Rapids”: Rapids-style ride in family-sized rafts.
Power River & the Rio Lento The World’s longest lazy river.
Wave Palace: Offers three-meter-high waves alongside Siam Beach, with its imported white sands.
“Volcano”: ProSlide BehemothBOWL with lighting effects that mimic the sensation of plunging into a crater.
“Naga Racer”: Six-lane racing slide.
Lost City: Fun-filled “water fortress” for kids.
“The Giant”: An enormous “Temple Guardian” watches riders slide around a ProSlide CannonBOWL combination.
“Jungle Snake”: Entwined slides that slither down the hill through four different journeys.
Sawasdee: A brand new children’s zone offering inexhaustible fun, with an authentic water jungle that incorporates four different slides.
“Kinnaree”: A mega-slide with a 200-meter-long winding circuit.