When you think of Singapore, you might picture a bustling metropolis or a laid-back tropical paradise. But did you know that the city is now home to a Pink-painted Museum of Ice Cream?
Yes, Singapore now has the most unique attraction for tourists to recover tourism post-COVID-19, the Museum of Ice Cream is a must-see for any ice cream lover in Singapore. Also for fully vaccinated travelers visa and immigration processes have been eased in Singapore.
“The Ice Cream museum is a new attraction post-Covid for tourists to Singapore and it will be a uniquely pleasant experience not only for the kids but for adults as well.” said Renjie Wong, Singapore Tourism Board.
To remember childhood days, this museum of ice cream in Singapore boasts 14 multi-sensory installations, where one can try and taste a variety of special sweet delights. This place has all the ways to keep you hooked, as it’s fun for children and adults alike.
The museum of ice cream is a picturesque place, painted in pink, which can be a photographer’s paradise with a lot of whims and whams for ice cream lovers, sweet treats and surprises throughout your visit, and, fun activities organized by the guides. The museum also has assistance guides to assist visitors during their visit to the museum.
“From January to June, Singapore has witnessed nearly 2.19 lakh visitors from India, majorly tourists. Indians are the second largest number of visitors after Indonesia this year. This year we expect close to four million visitors to Singapore from across the globe.” said GB Srithar, Regional Director (India, Middle East, South Asia & Africa), Singapore Tourism Board.
The price and timing of Museum Of Icecream, Singapore:
Timings: 10 am to 5: 30 pm and 6 pm to 8 pm ( Closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday).
Entry fees: 35 $ to 55 $ (Considering weekdays, weekends, daytime, and nighttime)