The Dessert Museum is the first museum that I visited this year. I’ve visited a lot of museums in Manila but this one is different. I can give your a lot of reasons why The Dessert Museum is the Sweetest Place in Manila.
1. The tour starts on time.
Who wants delays? Their tour starts every 15 minutes. It is advised that visitors must arrive 15 minutes before the booked time slot to avoid any unnecessary delays. If the guest is late, they may ask for a rebooking fee, or might lose their slot for the day.
2. They have 8 Dessert Themed Rooms.
They have donut room, marshmallow room, naughty or nice room (candy canes), ice cream room, gum ball room, gummy bears room, cotton candy room, and lollipop room.
3. They have free desserts!
Before you enter the room, the staff will give you some wrist bands. Make sure that you take care of them because you need them to claim some desserts. You can avail 5-6 desserts for free!
There’s a free big marshmallow in the marshmallow room. They also have a chocolate and matcha fountain for the dip!
They have pink cotton candy in the cotton candy room. It’s a perfect accessory for the photo shoots!
I really regret not buying a bottled water. All those desserts are too sweet!
4. It’s very interactive.
The naughty or nice room will let you experience playing, jumping, and even flying!
5. You can book tickets online.
The walk in rate is ₱799. If you book online, you only need to pay
₱699 (weekend) or ₱599 (weekday). For long weekends, you can avail tickets for as low as ₱499.
January babies are free! You just have to bring one paying friend. This promo is valid until January 31, 2019.
Bring a friend!
Bring a friend who knows how to take good pictures. If you want to save your friendship, don’t bring a friend who takes blurred photos.
I had a hard time moving because I’m wearing a short skirt!
Take care of your belongings.
I almost lost my phone because I left it on a table while eating ice cream. The good thing is that the staff brought it to the lost and found section.
The maximum stay in each room is 15 minutes or a total of 2 hours. Use it wisely and take good pictures. Don’t forget to charge your cameras at home. Bring a power bank if necessary.
The Dessert Museum is located at Unit 124, 126, 127a, S Maison, Coral Way, Conrad Hotel Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City. It’s open from 10:00AM – 10:00PM but the last tickets are sold by 8:00PM.
The Desert Museum has sugar, spice, and everything nice! The Dessert Museum is not only good for kids but also for kids at heart! I highly recommend this for millennials who want to have cute Instagram pictures!
The Dessert Museum is wheelchair accessible. I don’t think senior citizens will appreciate this. Most of them don’t like too much sweets. In addition, you should also know that pets are not allowed inside.