Enjoy the sweet life once more with the reopening of The Dessert Museum at with more colorful and instagrammable rooms!
Located at the Ground Level of S Maison, the 12,000 square-foot confectionary paradise is an interactive “eat as you play” and learn experience where the sights are just as delicious as the sweets.
You will gobble your way through 8 mouthwatering rooms of sugar-filled happiness which will transform into one epic imaginative wonderland. There are only two things on the menu – Sugar and Selfies.
The fun begins at the Donut Room, where you can slide to begin your sweetest tour ever. Then enter a world of fluffiness and be mallow-dramatic at the Thousands of Marshmallows Room, take a stroll on the giant Candy Cane Grove or take a snap at the Rainbow Corner!
Delight in the world of Alice in Wonderland, have a mad Macarons Tea Party and chill inside a giant teacup; or fall under the spell of the Bewitched Bakery where you can have your fortunes told by a big fortune cookie;
There’s more fun and food ahead at the Cake Pops Carnival where you can submerge yourself inside a giant bowl of cereal or ride into the giant cake pops; the Giant Gum Ball; and at the Banana Beach, a yellow paradise where you ride down the banana split slide and jump into a beach full of banana sprinkles!
Smash your own piñata, submerge in colorful confetti, and munch on goodies; and find elusive “Llamacorn” in the Pinata Pit! Explore the sweet side of the K-Pop craze by swinging on giant cake pops, as well as taking coolest pics and the Tik Tok Dance Challenge at the KPop-Court!
Aside from its mouthwatering rooms, The Dessert Museum also has a wide-set of fun activities to complete your sugar-filled experience! Revisit your childhood as you try their hop scotch, see-saw, and colorful jenga among many others!
Entrance to the museum includes a 2 hour tour in all the 8 sugar coated rooms plus 4 sumptuous desserts. Prepare to satisfy your dessert cravings or even your childhood’s most influential sweets and treats in a very unique setting.
The Dessert Museum is located at the lower ground floor of S Maison at Conrad Hotel.