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The Desert Museum is the Philippines' first ever dessert-filled museum featuring eight mouthwatering rooms filled with your favorite s...

The Desert Museum is PH's First Dessert-Filled Museum

The Desert Museum is the Philippines' first ever dessert-filled museum featuring eight mouthwatering rooms filled with your favorite sweet treats.


Located at the ground floor of S Maison in Conrad Hotel Manila, this instragram-worthy museum decorated with some of the most popular and classic desserts like marshmallows, cotton candy, gummy bears, candy popsicles, etc. We're treated to samples of desserts that fit the themed room to complete our awesome experience.They scanned our watch-like pass and the staff gave us free sweets.





The museum guide gave us 15 minutes in each room including Donut Room, Marshmallow Room, Naughty or Nice Room, Ice Cream Room, Gumball Room, Gummy Bears Room, Cotton Candy Room, and Cake Pops Room.



The marshmallow room is my favorite among the seven (7) rooms. I really love eating marshmallow especially when it toasted over a campfire. Inside the room, some white marshmallows are lovely hanged from the ceiling and beautifully illustrated on the walls.




Aside from the beautiful decorations, TDM  also has playing equipment like the inflatable, short slide, see-saw, swings, trampoline, and basketball.



The two-hour sugarcoated adventure is cost PHP 799 during weekdays (Monday to Friday) and P899 on weekends (Saturday-Sunday) for walk-in.




For sure, you are now craving for sweets. If you are planning to visit to The Desert  Museum, prepare for the sugar rush in each room. Follow their Candy Rabbits through our Donut Hole and slip down our sprinkle slide. Choose your path in our Candy Cane Groves or go cotton candy picking in their sweetest forest. Have fun and don't forget to take a lot of pictures.

The Dessert Museum
G/F, S. Maison, Coral Way, Conrad Hotel Manila
Ticket Price: P799 walk-in but P699 if you book online
Hours: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

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