Popular amusement and water park in the east side of Bangkok.

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Siam Park City

  92 Reviews

    1 Days Duration

$19

Amazing discounts on tickets to Thailand's largest theme park, Siam Park City...

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Siam Park City: Admission Ticket and Buffet Lunch

  31 Reviews

    1 day

$19

Enjoy a fun day at Thailand's largest amusement and water park. Be thrilled with over 30 rides and f...

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Shore Excursion: Siam Park City Admission from Laem Chabang

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    12 hours

$87

Splash and fun, Siam Park City is one of Thailand’s largest theme parks, covering...

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From Bangkok: Full-Day Private Siam Park City

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    9 hour

$135

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Book this full-day tour to enjoy Bangkok's water and amusement park named Siam Park City with a man-...

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Siam Park City Amusement Park Private Tour from Bangkok

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   8 hours

$88

Book this full-day tour to enjoy Bangkok Water & Amusement Parks named Siam Park ...

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Siam Park City Bangkok Admission Tickets

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    1 day

$31

Established in 1980, Siam Park City has been a popular amusement park in Thailand for locals and to...

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Siam Park Water and Theme Park Bangkok

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   7 hours

$50

Siam Park City is Bangkok’s largest amusement and water park. Spread out over a l...

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Siam Park City, Bangkok

Popular amusement and water park in the east side of Bangkok..

Popular amusement and water park in the east side of Bangkok.


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About Siam Park City

 Bangkok, Thailand

Siam Park City and Nearby Sights on Map

Wonder World Extreme Park

Safari World

Batcat Museum and Toys

The Batcat Museum has a collection of about 50,000 toy figurines from the past and present, with a focus on Batman

Prasart Museum

The eclectic Prasart Museum sprawls across manicured gardens, pavilions, shrines, chapels, and even an exact replica of the teak Red Palace (built by King Rama I for his sister)

Bangkok Christ Church

The English-speaking international church community residing in the church actually dates from the 19th centrury, when the first Protestant missionaries came to Bangkok

Wat Thep Lila

One of the few temples in the Ramkhamhaeng area, this is a local temple that shows how the local inhabitants practice Buddhism

Chatuchak Park

Chatuchak Park is one of the older public parks in Bangkok, located on land that was donated by the State Railway of Thailand in 1975

The State Railway Hall of Fame

This is a privately-run railway museum with steam engines, train models and miniature trains on display that show the history of Thai railways since the late nineteenth-century

Elephant Building

The Elephant Building is one of the quirkiest buildings of the world, and has even won awards for being one of the ugliest

Children's Discovery Museum

The Children’s Discovery Museum provides a fun, educational environment with interactive exhibits and activities for kids to enable them to learn about human life, science, culture, society, nature and the environment in a friendly setting