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With 8 colorful rooms with fun-filled sweetness! Dessert Museum just opened last February 13, 2018, at S’Maison Conrad. Located in Level 1 you can immediately spot on the pink painted walls and excitement from kids and kids at heart.
You can do get your tickets thru walk-in or order online – https://www.thedessertmuseum
.com/. Ordering online saves you a hundred bucks and waiting in line so I recommend getting your tickets online 😉
Upon entrance, you’ll be given a bracelet as your ticket for free sweets! And one of their staff will guide you in your museum tour. Any of the designs in these rooms are not edible. They do look like it, but they’re not hahaha.
To give you a glimpse of what the museum looks like, here’s a tour video inside ;).
The first room is the donut room I just like the bright yellow wall out here. I remember the iconic donut homer ate on The Simpsons. You can slide and take a lot of poses on every corner of the room.
Second is the marshmallow room. Painted in blue with small marshmallows hanging. From here, desserts are now offered. And of course, it’s a marshmallow dipped in your choice of flavor.
Third is the candy cane room. Painted in pastel green and coral pink walls. You get to play with the rope jump, swing and seesaw. And make sure to take your photos in this corner with colorful balls placed on jars. You get macarons as your free dessert here.
Fourth is the ice cream room. Colorful balls are scattered on the floor so be cautious when you’re walking. There’s an “Up” replica in ice cream cone and balloons all over the place as well. Don’t forget the free ice cream before you proceed to the next room. Ice cream is what I enjoy the most out here. It’s so good.
Fifth one is the bubblegum room. You’ll be welcomed by a huge orb where you can go inside and play around with the balloons and water balloons as well.
On the side of the room, make sure to try out the water bubble.
Sixth is the gummy bear room. Huge gummy bears you can hug on and jump on their mini trampolines. More balloons and plastic balls out here. Of course, free gummy bears for your delight!
Seventh is the all pink cotton candy room. Trees are made up of cotton candy replicas with a lot of bulk cotton colored in pink. Get your pink cotton candy too while having your photo session.
Last is the cake pop room. Play your heart out in their basketball area using cute emoji faces as your ball or ride on their hanging choco balls. You’ll get cake pop as your treat.
So what are you waiting for? Kids and kids at heart are always welcome. Go ahead and enjoy the fun-filled sweetness offered by Dessert Museum. My HungryPress in your service 😉
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