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Indulge in desserts

Discover a world of sweet desserts

Dessert may be the sweetest way to round off a meal, but true blue foodies are always hungry for more. 

Our food paradise is home to modern and traditional desserts that will tantalise, tickle and tempt your tastebuds with a medley of new flavours and textures. 

Take a jaunt around our sunny island in search of new flavours—you’re bound to find a sweet surprise just around the corner!

Rediscovering your passions shouldn’t have to come at any risk to yourself or your loved ones. Before embarking on adventures around the island, be sure to keep yourself updated on the latest Safe Management Measures.

Hunt for dessert in Holland Village

While dessert spots abound across Singapore, the hip district of Holland Village is the ideal spot to sate your cravings and reignite your passion for new culinary horizons. 

Make a beeline for 2am: dessertbar—helmed by award-winning local pâtissier Janice Wong—to indulge in cakes, confections and pastries that are as beautiful to the eye as they are pleasing to the palette. These edible works of art include torched meringue, strawberry torta caprese and chocolate molten tart with blood orange sorbet.

If you’re looking for a sweet treat to indulge in while on the go, The Daily Scoop at Chip Bee Gardens serves up home-made ice cream with a medley of flavours, from durian and coconut to vanilla and strawberry shortcake.

Alternatively, spend a lazy afternoon at Sunday Folks with a dose of delectable desserts and aromatic coffee. Indulge in pavlova ice cream cake, sundaes or waffles topped with a variety of soft serves.

Before leaving, drop by Tiong Bahru Bakery to bring home an assortment of delicious baked goods, from croissants to kouign amann (layered pastry made with butter and dough).

Create enchanting dishes

Whip up some magic in the kitchen with veteran cooking instructor Ruqxana Vasanwala, a lover of the culinary arts, who has been whipping up magic in the kitchen for over two decades.

Embark on a cooking escapade to Pulau Ubin—where you’ll learn how to make sambal belachan (spicy shrimp paste) and nasi kerabu (herbed rice) amid the island’s lush greenery. Alternatively, sign up for a class in Ruqxana’s cosy kitchen at Cookery Magic, where you’ll learn how to make dishes like mee siam (vermicelli in spicy and sour gravy) and ngor hiang (five-spice pork rolls wrapped with beancurd skin).


Savour the taste of yesteryear

For a taste of nostalgia that’s bound to bring you down memory lane, visit Ah Chew Desserts in Bras Basah. Bugis. This beloved haunt specialises in traditional Chinese desserts like mango sago, cheng tng (traditional clear soup made with various ingredients like dried longan and red dates) and yam paste with ginkgo nuts. 

Feed your Instagram

Multi-hued attractions and whimsical wonders await you at the Museum of Ice Cream. This pastel-coloured space is filled with 14 interactive installations—from the Sprinkle Pool to the Banana Jungle—that are bound to delight your senses. Be sure to indulge in the free flow of ice cream when you’re done snapping selfies!


Channel your inner pâtissier

Express your love for friends and family by learning to whip up  delicious pastries and toothsome baked treats at Brettschneider’s Baking & Cooking School. Learn the fundamentals of baking bread, creating dim sum (bite-sized portions of food served in steamer baskets or small plates) or making pastries with the school’s roster of talented instructors.

Learn about local produce

Foodies looking to luxuriate in nature and learn more about the nuances of local produce should sign up for Wok N’ Stroll’s Progressive Singapore—From Farm to Table tour. Learn to grow your own wheatgrass, explore Bollywood Farms and dig into dishes made with local produce at Open Farm Community.

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Museum of Ice Cream Singapore
Not Your Ordinary Museum!

Laugh, play, sing, and dance as you explore more than 14 multi-sensory installations at the Museum of Ice Cream Singapore! Experience our Singapore-inspired “Dragon Playground”, a pink and yellow Banana Jungle, and the largest MOIC Sprinkle Pool ever created while our talented #TeamMOIC guides entertain and delight you, serving up UNLIMITED sweet treats along the way.

MOIC invites you to dive into beautiful and shareable environments that foster meaningful connections.

Tickets available till 31 December 2021
Thursdays to Sundays 10am - 10.30pm (8.30pm last entry)

Museum of Ice Cream Singapore
Not Your Ordinary Museum!

Laugh, play, sing, and dance as you explore more than 14 multi-sensory installations at the Museum of Ice Cream Singapore! Experience our Singapore-inspired “Dragon Playground”, a pink and yellow Banana Jungle, and the largest MOIC Sprinkle Pool ever created while our talented #TeamMOIC guides entertain and delight you, serving up UNLIMITED sweet treats along the way.

MOIC invites you to dive into beautiful and shareable environments that foster meaningful connections.

Tickets available till 31 December 2021
Thursdays to Sundays 10am - 10.30pm (8.30pm last entry)

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