Oggi voglio parlarvi di una nuova attrazione: il Museo del Dessert a Manila. 12 mila metri quadrati di dolcezza. Un’esperienza interattiva tra caramelle, ciambelle giganti, zucchero filato e una cascata di cioccolato. Un vero Paradiso per le persone golose come me e che bontà!

The Dessert Museum is the ultimate paradise for anyone with a sweet tooth like me who love desserts. This is the place for us!

Designed with all the sweet things that you love, you are sure to a great time at South East Asia’s very first Dessert Museum.

Located at S Maison Conrad in Pasay City, the Dessert Museum consists of 12,000 square feet of dessert heaven. It is a mixture of a museum and a playground where you can have an interactive experience. You can follow the candy rabbits to fulfill your magical food-filled fantasies and go through candy cane groves, marshmallow rain, and through a cotton candy forest.

The Dessert Museum has 8 mouthwatering rooms to tickle your taste buds.


The first room was the Donut Room, which is located right after the main entrance. The main entrance of it is also a giant donut that you can slide down to head to your donut fantasies.

With donuts hanging from the ceiling, the donut room is definitely paradise for those who can’t live without its sugary frosting.

You can take photos under the donut decors or against the beautiful backdrops. Get ready for a quick tour, too, as the guides give you a brief background of each favorite dessert.


The second room is where your fluffy dreams will turn into reality.

Hanging from the ceiling are more than 10,000 marshmallow decors that looks like rain – the perfect backdrop for your next profile photo!

The best part of this room is that you’ll get your dose of sugar from a huge marshmallow container nearby – next to a chocolate fountain!

This are just 2 out of 8 of the Desserts Rooms. Aside from the beautiful rooms, you will also get the chance to try different dessert samples carefully picked by the creators to satisfy your sweet tooth.This place is definitely one to check out!

It’s more fun in the Philippines.