This museum is the perfect spot for those with a sweet tooth
If your favourite part of a meal is the sweet ending, then you might just want to make your way to The Dessert Museum. Located at the S Maison Mall in Manila, Philippines, this museum features eight mouth-watering rooms filled with all kinds of desserts. From ice cream to gummy bear, cotton candy, cake pops, marshmallows, bubble gum, donut and more, you can bet the Dessert Museum is every inch Instagram-worthy and you're sure to be grinning from ear to ear.
You enter through a donut hole and go down a pink sprinkle slide that will lead you to your sweet dreams. Choose between the 'Naughty' or 'Nice' paths, and you will get to walk through the Candy Cane Groves or go Cotton Candy Picking in an 'enchanted forest'. Yup, you'll actually get to pick and eat the treats.
The one-of-a-kind experience also features a marshmallow door, licorice rainbow, gummy trampolines and ultra-cool facts about your favourite after-dinner treats. For example, why is there a hole in the donut? Do you know how cotton candy came about?
The Dessert Museum is the brainchild of Tasha Reyes, Katrina Lacap and Joseph Moore, who wanted to share their love of travel and food. If you want a piece of this paradise, you can get your tickets online at 699 Php (approximately RM53) for two hours of visit plus six desserts such as handmade artisanal chocolates and macarons among others.