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The Dessert Museum, Manila

Dessert Museum
My trial article for the Manila Art Exhibit was my first ever blog write-up covering a museum and I thought my last. I couldn't vision a chance that I would be visiting another museum in any occasion this year, no strand of chance, I thought. Apparently, I didn’t see this one coming. This time I visited a themed museum in a whole new level of experience I urge everyone to try. Nosy Lagaw Travelogue heard the news, I visited the new talk of the town, the new eye candy recereational destination in the Metro, the Dessert Museum!

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum
Located in Conrad Hotel in SM Mall of Asia, Dessert Museum is a 12,000 square feet museum filled and designed with heavenly sweet treats for our eyes only, the dessert adornments are inedible, even so they will provide a treat for your sweet cravings. When I first heard about the Dessert Museum I was a little bemused on what to expect, is it like a buffet of desserts? A gallery of dessert paintings? An amusement park? Or everything I thought in one? Well, it’s somehow a combination of what I thought it was. The Dessert Museum is a well conceptualized recreational museum that will outburst the inner child in us, a perfect venue for family and barkada bonding especially if you're into photography and an instagram junkie, this place will surely not let you down.
 

It has eight rooms of entertaining sweet treats. See the photos below:

The donut Room
 
A yellow painted room with hanging sprinkled pink donuts and a slide at its entrance door.
Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Marshmallow Room
 
Same concept with the donut room, they also have these swinging marshmallow fastened in strings. I love our shots in marshmallow room, it displays eye freshening shot that'll make you look somewhat neat in the photo probably because of its color and it looks good when you're wearing pastel colored outfit.
Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum
 
Naughty and Nice
 
This is by far my best-loved room, it has several spots with different themes all at the same room. In fact, We stayed here the longest.
Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Ice cream Room
 
The rooms I mentioned above are loaded with array of colorful stuff, when I entered this room I’m quite disappointed. It was very plain, the only thing that caught my interest was the ice cream cone hot air balloon and the free popsicles in different flavors. 
Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Gumball Room
 
I love the gumball room! I wasn’t expecting the bubble ring basin until the guide showed us how it works, just be careful not to slip at the bubble ring area. Also, the gumball machine itself was so much fun especially when you’re in it. 
Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Gummy Bears
 
See our photos below! See how we all slumped inside the colorful tub?
Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Cottom Candy
 
This for me is the most unique looking room, the concept is distinct to the other rooms. There was this Hansel and Gretel feels inside the room except that it only has cotton candy, no other goodies. It’s just adorable. 
Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Cake Pops
 
Here you take photos and perch at one of the upside down cake pops.  
Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum

Dessert Museum
And that concludes our Dessert Museum Manila experience, the question of most of readers will be, is it worth the money? My answer is a roaring YES! For someone who loves to take photos this sweet wonderland is definitely a must try.
 
 
699Php- Online rate
 
799Php- Walk in
 
Sample of their desserts are included in the ticket price
 
   
Address
 
Unit 124, 126, 127a, Coral Way, S Maison Mall, Conrad Hotel Manila, Mall of Asia, Pasay City
 
How to book?
 
https://www.thedessertmuseum.com

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