Launch by the same team behind The Inflatable Island in the Philippines. The Dessert Museum is another one of their genius idea of bringing your pastel daydreams to come true.
Well we couldn’t really passed up on that could we?
My friends and I visited The Dessert Museum to see what was the fussed about it, as it was all over our Instagram feed every now and then.
The Dessert Museum Manila Rooms
The Dessert Museum consists of 8 mouthwatering rooms, where each room you’ll get a real treat to look forward to.
The Donut Room
The literal term “doughnut” came from the practice of putting hazelnuts or walnuts in the center, where the dough might not cook all the way through. Lo and behold, the “doughnut” was born.Readers Digest
The First room is the doughnut room, here you can enter by sliding inside a huge doughnut.
Inside the room, you’ll be surprised by hundreds of doughnuts hanging from the ceiling. Creating a perfect backdrop with your favorite dessert, if you’re into doughnuts.
National doughnut day is celebrated in the United States every November 5th.
The Marshmallow Room
During the ancient times of the Egyptians, Marshmallows are only for their royalty.
If heaven is a place on earth, then I’m certainly in one, while being in the marshmallow room.
It’ll take a big courage not to bite on those marshmallows that are hanging around all over you.
The Candy Cane Grove
Get your candy cane fix at The Dessert Museum Manila any time of the month.
This classic dessert has been around for 600 years!
In this room you’ll be able to enjoy the fun contrast of teal and pink candy canes all around. Make sure to wear the boldest clothes you have in your closet.
The Tea Party Room
Fancy a tea party with the Mad Hatter? Just so you know the rabbit is always late.
Aside from the enormous tea cup in the room. You’ll also find a swing ready for you while you eat your free candy floss at peace.
The Bewitched Bakery
I think this is the only room in The Dessert Museum Manila that we didn’t get to explore much due to the surge of people that time.
But if you have the patience to wait out, then it’s worth it.
The Banana Beach
This is one of my favorite rooms out of all of them.
Bananas + Beach = YESSS
The Philippines is the 6th largest exporter of Bananas with 5.3% share of the global market.
Our Annual shipment of bananas is worth $619
Piñatas originated in Mexico, usually made out of papier-mâché and filled with lots of candies inside.
It’s really not a party without smashing a piñata.
Cake Pops Carnival
The last room in The Dessert Museum Manila, will certainly leave you wishing that it’s not the last room they have.
The two hour tour ends in this room, so while you’re in it, take all the photos you can.
How to get to The Dessert Museum
The Dessert museum is located in Coral Way, S Maison Mall, Conrad Hotel Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City Philippines.
How to get tickets to The Dessert Museum
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