The Dessert Museum Manila is here to show you the world has its sweets, literally. This 12,000 sq ft space has 8 dessert rooms that could bring out your sweetest smile.
Hello, I am Mary Poppins at the Talking Shop, coining the word supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!
An umbrella to protect you from overwhelming sweetness!
Room of 10,000 Marshmallows
Now sweet life brings you to this room of no drama, just marshmallows.
Making your way through these fringes could create beautiful details and depth on your photos.
I love this rainbow part here.
“Someday we’ll find it
The Rainbow Connection
The lovers, the dreamers and me”
There’s a trivia wall over there but I was too busy eating, dnd.
Candy Cane Groves
When life offers you choices.
And you chose to be, tsk.
Naughty or nice you would end up in the same room of sugar canes.
And the choice between naughty and nice goes on.
This is the most Instagrammed part of The Dessert Museum in Manila.
Aside from the fact that no one could photobomb you here, the color palette reminds you of your favorite Skittles.
Can I just appreciate how creative my photographer is? Check his photography at ABCanlas Photography.
When you’re going out with someone at the third time and tells you “nicely” you’re immature and naive for a mature relationship, own up to it by playing hard on seesaw and swing.
Can I just appreciate my anak Jullie for giving me a lift on a seesaw and push on swings?
Swing, swing from the tangles of my heart’s blah blah.
Cotton Candy Room
Because of so much swinging, our aging knees got tired so we settled on a pavement at the cotton candy street watching passersby.
My childhood dream house just came into life. A pink treehouse covered with sweetness, literally and figuratively.
Gummy Bears Room
Bathe yourself with sweetness in these gummy bear room tubs.
These positions in the tub are not the most comfortable, to be honest.
So in favor of your joints and lumbar spine, you could opt to much easier pose like these.
Dessert Museum Price
Walk in rates at P799 but you get it at P699 when booking online.
You have two hours to tour around the 8 rooms, that would give you 15 minutes each. You would be given a wrist band that would alert you when your time is up. The band would also be used to tap for a free dessert.
Dessert Museum Helpful Tips
- Unlike with other museums, going here alone is not highly recommended. You would need a friend to take your photos or to be your subject.
- They usually offer free entrance on your birth month. Just show them your ID with your birthday and bring one paying guest with you.
- 7pm is the best time as very few people come over at that time with no one to photobomb you and minimal waiting time for your turn in picture taking.
So there you go, selfie kween or shutterbug those are some ideas where to stand, what to do, and angles for you to consider.
The Dessert Museum Contact
63 917 300 5066
Unit 124, 126, 127a, Coral Way, S Maison Mall, Conrad Hotel Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
About The Photographer
Angelo Bryan Canlas loves taking photos and traveling. To roll it into one, he organises travel tours and takes pictures of his tour clients. Aside from the wonderful tour, Angelo amazes his clients by his breath taking shots. You may contact him for your travel tours and get your lovely pictures after. | Shoot him a message ABCanlas Photography