This December, be prepared to be swept up by the magic of Pinkmas, and be transported into a pink winter wonderland at Museum of Ice Cream. For this entire festive season, MOIC has created unlimited festive treats and interactive installations to enable you to enjoy the full Pinkmas experience, from their Pinkmas tree forest, craft a take-home paper gingerbread house, to all the delicious flavours that celebrate the spirit of the season.
Warm yourself with seasonal delights like their pink hot chocolate and peppermint soft serve while wandering through a magical pink forest and a quaint gingerbread town.
Make your way to the MOIC Cafe & Bar and reward yourself with scrumptious treats, only available this festive season. Grab a friend and dig into their Pinkmas Sundae, which features three frosty scoops topped with whipped cream, and decorated with Pinkmas inspired sprinkles.
We recommend you be sure to try the Gingerbread Milkshake which comes topped with whipped cream, sprinkles and a festive gingerbread cookie, and you just have to end your merry adventure with a mug of boozy Eggnog, featuring kahlua, rum, and vanilla ice cream, this sweet and creamy treat is the perfect way to top off the Pinkmas experience at MOIC, and leave you ho-ho-hoing all the way home.
Tickets start from $40, which includes the free-flow of ice cream throughout your experience, and can be purchased here. For more information, visit their website. The Museum of Ice Cream is located at 100 Loewen Road, Dempsey, Singapore 248837, and operates between Wednesday to Monday from 10am – 10pm.
If you are in Orchard, be sure to visit MOIC’s larger-than-life installations and Instagram worthy spots along Orchard Road’s Somerset belt. From now till 26 December 2022, shoppers can participate in MOIC’s Cone-nection Challenge to redeem exclusive prizes!
The challenge will bring you on a merry adventure as you tick off fun, immersive activities in each mall. Participants can look forward to Instagram-worthy installations, a larger-than-life snow globe, a first-of-its-kind melting ice cream tree and sweet surprises along the way!
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The Museum of Ice Cream is in Singapore. Check it out.