The Dessert Museum

Everyone knows that I'm a big fan of cakes and ice creams, okay- you name all the sweets that you know. When I first saw in a facebook ad that Dessert Museum is opening in Manila I was literally jumping with excitement. I checked my schedule, found a long weekend & a perfect date and decided to grab the early booking online for an additional discount. :)

  • Going as a walk-in guest will cost you Php 799 while booking online will only cost you Php 699.
  • Go on a weekday! Paulo and I went on a Thursday and we literally had the museum all by ourselves. The museum has 8 rooms wherein you can stay up to 15 mins in each room and accommodate 20 persons each. But because there were only the 2 of us (plus some staffs) in each rooms and there were no other guests after us we spent more than 20 minutes in each room. 
  • If you happen to book with a lot of other guests, I suggest you to be ready with all your poses and spot your favorite instagramable corners already because you might not be able to go there once the 15 minute allotted time is over. Anyway, every spot is instagram and blog worthy so I'm pretty sure everything is going to look good (except for possible photo bombers at the sides or back. Haha!) Check the instagram for ideas or scroll down to get some ideas from this post. 
  • Teach your friends or bf to use the camera & find your angle so you will end up having really nice pictures. I'm lucky mine is a pro and I always end up having good pictures. Haha! You can ask the staffs to take your pictures too. (Paulo and I's pictures together were taken by the museum's staffs) 
  • If you're not into taking pictures you'll probably not enjoy the place because you actually paid to take pictures in it. Haha! 

Donuts Room
We had the most pictures here and we probably stayed the longest here. :)

Marshmallows Room
Mallows!!! This room is the most instagram worthy among all. They offer a giant mallow where you can choose between a chocolate or strawberry coating. 

Candy Cane Room
This room is the most spacious and is meant for mag jowa or couples because they have a lot of cute spots for couples to take photos. They offer macarons as their dessert. 

Ice cream Room
The smallest room. It kinda disappointed me because I'm a big fan of ice cream and I was expecting a really cute place with an ice cream stand in a corner yet the place is just tiny and seemed unfinished. Anyway, the best dessert among all the 8 rooms was offered here. :)

Bubble gum Room
Kids and kids at heart will surely love this room. They have a giant replica of a bubble gum machine where you can go inside and join the floating balloons for photo ops. They also have these platforms for guests to stand while a staff traps you in a giant soap bubble.

Gummy bears Room
This is the most colorful and the cutest for me. They have little trampolines and small tubs full of colorful balls and toys. They offer gummy bears too but the downside was that, it's very few. 

Cotton candy Room 
The PINK room!!! I love this room not only because it's pink but because they offered us cotton candies which I haven't tasted for like half a decade already. Haha! 

Cake pops Room
Last but definitely not the least! You can imitate Miley Cyrus and do the wrecking ball or shoot like Kyrie with those fluffy balls. This room offered really sweet cake pops that Paulo enjoyed. Haha! 

There you go! There's not so much to do in this museum but to take and take and take lots of pictures! This museum is not only for kids but for everyone who always have a time for desserts. 

**Thank you Rosegal for my cute and in-theme pompom sandals


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  1. WOW, it looks interesting!!

  2. This is such a cute museum! Definitely perfect for photos - you were lucky to be on your own there but have the staff to take photos of you together. Thank you for the discovery!

    Julia x
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  3. OMG!! That place looks so cool! I totally want to go there!