Pinkmas magic is happening at the Museum of Ice Cream (SG) from Nov 17, 2023, to Jan 15, 2024.
It’s a very merry pink Christmas this festive season at Singapore’s one and only Museum of Ice Cream, or “Pinkmas” as the good folks at the museum call it.
The museum has been transformed into the pinkiest winter wonderland with pink Christmas trees everywhere; trees you can hang written festive wishes onto. Scrumptious treats also await you at the Scream’s Diner where you can embrace the comforting warmth of chocolatey sips like Toasted Magic or Naughty and Ice (both SGD 5), which comes topped with fluffy marshmallows and whipped cream.
There are, of course, also icy special treats to enjoy; for example, the festive Peppermint Soft Serve at Scream’s Diner. The pet-friendly Dessert Bar will also be serving two enchanting limited-edition specials. The bewitching Sprinkle of Gold (SGD 12) is a bold concoction of creamy Kahlua, cold brew coffee, and pink glitter. (Coffee lovers will not be able to resist this) Jingle Juice (SGD 7) cools with seductive green hues and is mixed with green apple, lemon-lime soda, and lychee boba.
Best, best of all, all Pinkmas period visitors will receive one complimentary ticket with every booking, with the free ticket usable from Jan 18 to Feb 29, 2024. How’s that for a festive treat? You could revisit to indulge in more ice cream or share the magic by gifting the ticket to a loved one.
For bookings and details, visit https://tickets.museumoficecream.sg, or follow @museumoficecreamsg and #moicsg on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok for the latest updates. Sign up for the MOIC newsletter too at https://museumoficecream.com/getthelatestscoop .
Museum of Ice Cream Singapore Images
I think most people are already familiar with “MoIC,” practically all my friends have visited at least once. But if you’re not, the following pictures should give you an idea of what to expect at this truly unique, surreal attraction at the heart of Dempsey Hill.
Or you could read my Aug 2020 review. All that I’ve previously written about are still there. In amazingly pristine condition too, might I add.