The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival (4 New Rooms)

by Rizanoia

There are so many things you can do to save yourself from this hot season. We suggest you stop by the heaven of the sweet dessert, The Dessert Museum in S Maison, Pasay City for enjoying everything sweet and charming. Also, the best place to sweeten up your Snap Chat and Instagram feed with its colorful attractions.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

ABOUT THE DESSERT MUSEUM

One of the unique museums in the country, The Dessert Museum entails 12,000 square feet of dessert heaven. Eight mouthwatering sugar-filled rooms are there to bring utmost happiness for you. A Museum and Playground in one place where one can have an interactive experience. Each room has different themes which feature favorite desserts of everyone. It is located at the Ground Floor of S-Maison Mall, in Pasay City.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

ROOMS

In recent March, The Dessert Museum publicized on their Facebook Page a nostalgic goodbye to their Massive Cotton Candy Forest, Gummies Room, and Ice Cream Room. Several followers were surprised and thought that The Dessert Museum is terminating, but little did they know that they are in for a touch or something sweeter and bigger.
Later in April 2019, The Dessert Museum revealed Confectionery Carnival which comprises of four brand new rooms of sugar-coated heaven. The saccharine museum in the Philippines ranked up the look and sweets of each room. It is a one-of-a-kind complete carnal experience worthy of the sugar rush.

CONFECTIONERY CARNIVAL (4 NEW ROOMS)

1. Banana Beach

First up is Banana Beach, a room where you will be able to slide or jump into a pool jam-packed with banana sprinkles. This room will promptly remind you of the summer season and will absolutely make you want to go bananas. The bright yellow color will provide charms to your eyes.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

2. Macaron Tea Party

Secondly, there is the Macaron Tea Room where you can ease yourself in an oversize teacup and sit on the huge macarons. The room itself is evocative of Alice in Wonderland, and the Luis Caroll classic, where you are fenced by a massive, adorable tea set ample with macarons.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

3. Bewitched Bakery

Then you get captivated at The Bewitched Bakery that features a giant rainbow cake, huge pop tarts, and a fortune cookie wheel. You will fall in love with this room’s adorable pastel theme, perfect for catching many comments on your social media feeds.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

4. Pinata Pit

We all have memories of childhood while we smash open a piñata which is filled with candies and sweets. That’s the reason; they introduced Pinata Pit room to bring back all the childhood memories. It gives a festive-vibe of smashing piñatas filled with sweets.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

OTHER ROOMS

There are other eight rooms which feature a theme of a particular dessert. Let’s have a look at all of them

Donut Room

With pink donuts hanging from the ceiling at different heights, it will be tough to resist taking a bite off them. However, the best part is that you enter the room through the Donut Hole by sprinkle slide. It’s hard to enter and leave without taking a single photo.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

Marshmallow Room

Amazing, it’s the room of tens of thousands of Marshmallows. Artificial marshmallow bits hanging from the ceiling, producing a fluffy rainstorm. The mixture of white mallows and blue walls make a blissful background that is spectacular both in photographs and in actual life. If Chubby Bunny had a preferred room, we would guess it would have to be this Marshmallow room.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

Candy Canes Room

Now, let’s have a look at the Candy Cane Groves, whereas a substitute for green, you will see bands of blue, pink and white. Concealed amongst the giant candy canes are see-saw that is free to play and get in touch with your internal kid. Make sure to get your sweet treats in the Candy Cane Room as well.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

Bubble Gum Room

It has a huge gumball machine that you could go in and be encircled by twirling balls. Ever thought about what’s it like inside a gumball machine?

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

Well, feel free to get inside the Bubble Gum Room. It is also bounded by moving and rotating colorful balloons in the bouncy house of a gumball machine. You can entertain your internal kid for a while and say goodbye to adulating.

Gummy Bears Room

This is a heaven for gummy bear lovers. You can do as many activities as you want such as from hugging a massive gummy bear to immersing yourself into a bathtub full of gummy bears. It’s very joyful in playing such a room.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

Cakes Pop Room

Can you imagine something better than a cake? This room is a cake shaped into lollipops. You can definitely sit on one of the huge cake pops and pose a picture. You can also get a cake pop of your choice. The toughest part is choosing one from a variety of flavors and colors.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

A complete tour of the museum will take around two hours. After visiting Cake Room, your tour will end. There you can get their memento shop, where you can buy anything that’s candy-related. You will also find candy-themed stationery, mini candy machines, and a lot more at their souvenir shop.

OVERALL REVIEW

As you will slide, play, jump, swing and explore The Dessert Museum, you will also be given the samples of desserts designed especially for the themed room. The amazing taste of these desserts will make your experience not only sweet but also brimming with stimulating information to complete your tour.

The Dessert Museum: Confectionery Carnival

Entrance Fee:
For a visit, you can register online and get your tickets from their official website.

Online Ticket price:
Weekends (Php 699)
Weekdays: (Php 599)
Walk-in Purchase: (Php 799)

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Important Reminders:

  • The museum opens at 10:00 AM.
  • Tour starts every 15 minutes.
  • Try to reach 30 minutes before your booked time in order to avoid unexpected delays.
  • There are no pets allowed.
  • A late arrival might lead to a re-booking fee or losing your slot for the day.
  • The maximum stay time in each room is 15 minutes.
  • Do not forget to bring your camera, smile and an appetite.

HOW TO GET THERE

Location: Ground Floor of S-Maison Mall, Pasay City

The Dessert Museum

S Maison Mall at Conrad Hotel Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
[email protected]
www.thedessertmuseum.com
facebook.com/thedessertmuseum
instagram.com/DessertMuseum

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