A day at The Dessert Museum

This is long overdue as this was happened last January pa, exactly on my 34th birthday. Ako na ang masipag na blogger. Haha. Anyway, I will make short kwento why my husband decided to purchase tickets at The Dessert Museum located at S.Maison Mall inside the Conrad Hotel Manila. I was sick right after the Christmas day until the week of my birthday. My husband accompanied me at the Emergency Room in Makati Med on the 1st day of the year, Yes! Unang araw palang ng 2019 nasa hospital na ko agad. But still I’m thankful because the doctor advised me to take antibiotics and take some rest. No need for admission! Woohoo…

Since we were not able to enjoy the long vacation and the kids got bored, the husband decided to purchase tickets online at The Dessert Museum, well it was cheaper than the walk-in rate. And because it was my birthday that day, I availed the free entrance they offer, we just have to pay one adult ticket to claim it.  For the price of Php 699/each, the tour-goers get two-hour curated tour of the museum with up to 6 free desserts from Artisan Chocolates to Cake Pops.

We were there earlier than our scheduled so it gives us more time to take photos. As soon as my daughters saw the entrance, they were thrilled because of the colorful walls, which makes their heart happy. Well, majority of the color is pink which is one of their favorite colors. It is a 2-hour tour to check the 8 mouthwatering rooms of sugar-filled happiness, we were given electronic wrist band which they need to scan whenever you go from one room to another. Please be mindful of your wrist band especially with young children as they will charge you when you lose it.

The tour is done by batches to avoid overcrowding. Each themed room featuring a particular dessert and before you claim you free desserts, you need scan your wristband first. The desserts are good and varied however if you got thirsty, they didn’t give free bottle of water, instead you need to buy it for Php 50 each. Booo!!!!

Anyway, let me tour you around the Dessert Museum with 8 themed room namely Donuts, Marshmallows, Candy Canes, Ice Cream, Bubble Gum, Gummy Bears, Cotton Candy and Cakes. They have staff there to take professional pictures of you and will charge you at the end of the tour. This is optional, its up to you if you will claim it or not. They were also happy to take pictures using your own phones/camera.

1.       Donuts Room

This is the first room that welcome you once you enter the place. You can feel the surge of sugar rush as you slide down at the donut room. My kids go crazy in the first few minutes upon entering this room, so what do you expect them to feel when we reach the next room? Double happiness especially they claimed their free dessert. 

 2.       Marshmallow Room

There’s nothing special about this room, we just indulge in pure fluffiness as we walk through a thousand marshmallow hanging from the ceiling. It’s raining with marshmallows here! Every corner is Instagrammable. We received marshmallow with chocolate dip from their own chocolate fondue fountain. You can choose either chocolate or strawberry. Sugar rush isn’t it. 

3.       Candy Canes

Pink for naughty and blue for nice. It’s your choice! 

This is my most favorite room among the 8 themed rooms as it had a handful of interactive where you can enjoy playing the Jump Rope, See Saw and Swing! These are the things that my kids love here. But for me, I’m so in-love with the shelves full of colorful balls and another corner full of hearts. Ang cute!!! Lakas maka Instagram! Time is not enough so you need to take photos fast! Thanks to the staff who willing to take photos of my little family. 

Mr. and Mrs. Villareal

4.       Ice Cream Room

This is the most favorite room of my kids, as they received one cup of ice cream! They also enjoyed the huge ball pit, the bath tub with candies and the ice cream cone that holds the hot air balloon, it feels like you are in the Disney movie “UP”. 

Mr. and Mrs. Villareal

Happy Birthday to me!

5.       Bubble Gum Room

This room is so boring for me. There is no special thing in this room as you only enter a larger-than-life gumball machine and laze amongst the white balloons. Well, at least my kids enjoyed it.  

6.       Gummy Bears Room

Another not so favorite room for me, you will see huge yet definitely cute gummy bears statue. You can also see hanging gifts, scattered and hanging colorful balloons. This room is really Instagram worthy. 

7.       Cotton Candy Room

This room is also my kids favorite spot as they enjoy the beauty of spun sugar clouds or what we called – Cotton Candy! We also enjoy the free dessert before we proceed to the last and final room. Alam nyo na kung anong dessert? Hehe.

It’s a bit dim-witted than usual so you need some extra lights to capture perfect photos. My husband use my mobile phone flash light here.

8.       Cake Pop Room

We love this room as we are so happy swinging around with glee on gigantic cake pops, it’s like “wrecking ball” shot. You can also play mini basketball here like my daughters did.

Overall, The Dessert Museum is really good for selfie addict individuals who would enjoy the Instagram worthy backgrounds. My kids love the place and appreciate it especially the free sweet treats given every room. Age doesn’t stop anyone to enjoy this place, but please do not expect much as there's nothing to do inside but to take pictures. Just simple tips if you’re planning to visit this place, go on weekdays (the earlier, the better) so less people on the tour and more time to take photos without any photobomber (Haha), wear comfortable clothes and most important, make sure that your camera or phone are fully charge. 


The Dessert Museum
Unit 124, 126, 127a, S Maison Mall at Conrad Hotel Manila, 
Coral Way, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Phone: (02) 838-7927, 0917-300-5966, 0999-224-5687

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