Museum Of Ice Cream Singapore Overview

The only international museum of Ice cream is here in Singapore, offering to fulfill your wildest ice cream cravings and dreams come true. Reminiscing one's childhood in the vibrant pool filled with thousands of sprinkles, or trying the locally-inspired dragon playground filled with fun and excitement. Explore the world of ice cream by sprawling on a pink californian beach.

Museum of Ice Cream Singapore is a unique museum that lets you laugh, sing, play, and dance around its 14 multi sensory installations. This place is designed to present you with a special sweet delight on a journey through various stages of ice cream tasting. For those planning a trip to Singapore, exploring the Museum of Ice Cream should definitely be on your list of must-visit attractions.You will get to taste a wide range of super delicious ice creams.

You will be assisted by the MOIC guides during your visit who will entertain you all through the journey of ultimate sweet treats. You will come across many dreamy transformation spaces that will definitely provoke your creativity and imagination. The whole place is designed to be a culturally inclusive setting that establishes inspiring human connection through the universal power of ice cream.

Heading over to this place, you will be able to enjoy a fun filled expression of ice cream that is blended as per the appetites and tastes of the modern generation. The property in Dempsey is spread over an area of 60000 square feet and would definitely be a magical world for photographers. This place is designed beautifully in shades of pink with zillions of knicks and knacks to attract foodies and ice cream lovers.

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• Savor as many ice-cream flavors as possible, present in five different shapes.
• Educate and understand all about the ice-cream making process via 14 different multi sensory installations.
• Play in a dragon inspired vibrant playground, or just dive your heart out in the pool of sprinkles, reliving your childhood.
• Strong your bond with your loved ones as you participate in various activities hosted by MOIC’s guides, for both day and night.
• Dine and shop inside the museum's ice-cream themed cafe and shops, as you reach towards your sweet tooth limits.

How To Reach

- By Public Transport: You can reach the Museum of Ice Creams by taking public bus services. The bus numbers that you would need to board for the museum are 7, 75, 77, 105, 106, 123, and 174. After the bus journey, you would need to walk for 8 - 10 minutes to reach the museum.

- By Taxi: You can also book a taxi or drive your car to the museum. But you should know that there is limited parking facility at the museum, however you can get a parking spot.

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Places to visit near Museum Of Ice cream Singapore:

1. Gardens by the Bay: The Gardens by the Bay is one of the most sought after places to visit near the Museum of Ice Cream, Singapore. It is spread over an area of 101 hectares adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The gardens by the bay houses three waterfront gardens in its premises - Bay Central Garden, Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden.

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2. Singapore Botanic Gardens: Singapore Botanic Garden happens to be a 162 year old tropical garden that is situated on the Orchard Road Shopping District. This garden has been listed under the UNESCO World Heritage Sites as the only tropical garden in Singapore. Visiting this garden, you will fall in love with the tropical flora nestling the stunning verdant landscape.

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3. National Orchid Garden: Located in the premises of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, this garden was opened for the public on 20th October in the year 1995. The garden was inaugurated by Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew and has been developed along a 3 core concept.

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4. Cloud Forest: Cloud Forest is yet another popular place that you can visit near the Museum of Ice Cream Singapore. Heading over to this place, you will be able to enjoy views of lush green vegetation of the tropical highlands. This place also gets a tall waterfall as well as a contemporary greenhouse. During your exploration tour of the garden, you will get to witness breathtaking views of Mountain Ranges and diverse vegetation. You will also come across a number of floral gems, rare plants.

5. Sands Skypark Observation Deck: Sands Skypark Observation Deck is located on the 57th floor of the hotel that is known for its panoramic views of the city. Visiting this observation deck, you will be able to enjoy an unique vibe in an upscale setting. This deck offers you a wonderful view of the entire city glittering in the night lights.

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6. Singapore Zoo: Singapore Zoo, which was once upon a time known as the Singapore Zoological Garden or Mandai Zoo, is one of the fascinating places for wildlife lovers. Heading over to the Singapore Zoo, you will get to know more about the animal conservation process as well as about the professional animal care. You can also indulge in specially curated safari tours.

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7. Singapore Flyer: Singapore Flyer is one of the giant observation wheels that is located at the Downtown Core. This observation deck was opened in the year 2008. It has got 28 air conditioned capsules which can accommodate 28 passengers. The flyer is incorporated in a 3 storied building which can be considered as an engineering marvel. Heading over to this place, you will be able to take a ride which will give you a chance to capture a 360 degree view of the city from a great height.

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Point of Interest for Museum Of Ice Cream Singapore
Dragon Playground

Dragon Playground

A vibrant and colorful playground inspired by Singapore’s classic old playgrounds that used to be in fashion during the 1970s, some of which can still be seen in the Toa Payoh part of the Island. Relive your childhood as you walk through the unicorn pathway with your friends and family. Bring your inner child to the front end of your life for just one day.

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Sprinkle Pool

Sprinkle Pool

Get lost into a pool filled with millions of sprinkles, making it the largest sprinkle pool in the world. This vibrant and colorful pool will take you back to your childhood, and will also make your social media page happy, with all the incredible photographers that you will be splashing during your happy dive. 

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Pink and Yellow Jungle

Pink and Yellow Jungle

Escape the unique jungle, colored in pink and yellow theme colors, offering a fun and interactive ride through your jungle. The place has been created by using 10,000 banana shaped cubes, making it a unique structure that allures visitors from around the world. Jump, play or sing inside the jungle and create memories with your loved ones.

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Museum Of Ice Cream Singapore Reviews

Pinja Hartikainen
Reviewed: 04 Feb 2023
Super nice and cute museum❤️
Pinja Hartikainen
Pinja Hartikainen

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