April 08, 2019

4 New and Exciting Rooms to Visit at The Dessert Museum

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  • There are so many things that you can do during this hot season, with summer slowly coming in.

    Stop by The Dessert Museum in S Maison, Pasay City for your fill of everything sweet and charming! It’s also a great place to sweeten up your Instagram feed with their attractions.

    The Dessert Museum in S Maison is one of the most unique museums in the country. It’s a 12,000-sq. ft. space that’s filled with eight rooms, each of which has different themes that feature everyone’s favorite desserts.

    Tours at the museum usually take around two hours. To maximize this delicious experience, patrons are advised to spend at least 15 minutes in each room.

    It’s a sea of marshmallows in their Marshmallow Room! 

    The first three rooms feature donuts, marshmallows, and candy canes. You’ll find interesting facts about these desserts, as well as those hanging from the ceiling, which make for more Instagram worthy shots.

    Go nuts over donuts in their Donut Room! 

    While we did say good-bye to three rooms last month, The Dessert Museum brings their sweetest surprise to the table with the unveiling of their four new rooms!

    Also Read: The Dessert Museum in S Maison: An Instagram-Worthy Candy Wonderland

    First up is the Macaron Tea Room where you can relax in a giant teacup and sit on and among huge macarons! The room itself is reminiscent of the Luis Caroll classic, Alice in Wonderland, where you’re surrounded by a big, adorable tea set complete with macarons.

    Next is the Banana Beach where you’ll be able to jump or slide into a pool filled with banana sprinkles. This room will instantly remind you of summer and will totally make you want to go bananas.

    As kids, we all used to have memories of smashing open a piñata that’s filled with sweets and candies—that’s why you’ll love the festive-vibe of the Piñata Pit! It comes complete with piñatas that you can smash as well.

    Lastly, get enchanted at The Bewitched Bakery that features giant pop tarts, a huge rainbow cake, and a fortune cookie wheel. You’ll love this room’s adorable pastel theme that is perfect for your social media feeds.

    Each room still contains different desserts that you can try out—guaranteed to tickle your sweet tooth one way or another!

    Ending your tour will be a visit to their Cake Room that you can pass through to get to their souvenir shop, where you can purchase anything that’s candy-related. You’ll find mini candy machines, candy-themed stationery, and a whole lot more at their souvenir shop.

    To visit the museum, guests can register and avail of their tickets online via their website. Keep in mind that the ticket prices during weekends (Php 699) and weekdays (Php 599) differ. You can also purchase your tickets through walk-ins (Php 799).

    The tickets include a 2-hour tour in eight dessert-themed rooms with five to six free desserts from chocolates to cake pops. This is truly a treat that you wouldn’t want to miss out on!


    Address: Coral Way, S Maison Mall, Conrad Hotel Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
    Operating Hours: 10 am to 10 pm (last tickets are sold by 8 pm)
    Website: thedessertmuseum.com
    Email: hello@thedessertmuseum.com
    Facebook page: facebook.com/thedessertmuseum

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