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Dessert Museum Opens New Exhibits and New Treats to Satisfy More Sweet Cravings Edit

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Lorrianne Aryenz Valdecantos  • Contributor
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Dessert Museum in Pasay City has a serious affair with sugary delights and for good reason. They opened up new exhibits and rooms so people who have been there will have new reasons to come back in this sugary wonderland. 


Targeting those with a massive sweet tooth, the Dessert Museum is definitely a must-visit modern museum for couples and barkadas.

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Pink Nutcracker (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

The museum starts with a massive donut on the wall. From there, fun and sugary-sweet moments (and Instagram photos!) will be made. There are four rooms inside the museum, and the tour will last for two hours with inclusions of five to six sweet treats

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Donut Room (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

From the donut hole-in-the-wall, slide into a room decorated with hanging pink donuts, resembling the famous Homer Simpson’s favorite snack, and a wall of donuts perfect for that background photo. 


There are also mini-games like ring toss that poses a challenge for its visitor’s accuracy and hand-eye coordination. 

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Donut Room (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

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Donut slide (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

The Marshmallow room looks like a scene straight out of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, a film about a frustrated scientist accidentally creating a device that turns rain into food! 


Hundreds of marshmallows hung from the ceiling, creating a rain-like effect in the room and we all know after the rain there’s a rainbow. In Dessert Museum, the rainbow ends with piles of marshmallows and four free-flowing fondue fountains.

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Marshmallow Room (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

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Rainbow (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

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Rainbow with Marshmallows and Fondue (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

Confectionary Carnival offers new attractions. Banana Beach lets people swim in bananas of different sizes (drinking of bananas is not advisable). This installation is perfect for those who are crazy for bananas and yellow.

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Banana Beach (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

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Banana Slide (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

Ever wanted to have a cup of tea with the Mad Hatter? The Macaron Tea Party is as crazy as Wonderland. Feeling a little bit heavy because of the sweet treats? Worry not, the teacups in this room can fit a whole person, rest and strike a pose!

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Tea Party Room (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

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Giant Teacups (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

Get lost between Poptarts in Bewitched Bakery and try your luck at giant fortune cookies. Hug giant gummy bears, swim in giant cereal bowls, whack giant piñatas, and play inside giant gumball machines. The Dessert Museum is a place with an incredible scale for fun and imagination. 

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Pop Tarts (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

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Cake Pops (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

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Giant Cereal Bowl (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

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Piñata Room (Photo from The Dessert Museum)

Book a day on the sweetest museum in Manila!

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Satisfy your sweet tooth by booking The Dessert Museum here


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