Museum of Ice Cream Opens First International Branch in Singapore

Visitors to the Lion City can now indulge in a pink ice cream fantasy at the newly-opened Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) Singapore. The opening of this wildly anticipated attraction has been in the works for close to three months due to pandemic restrictions, but it seems like the wait will be well worth it, as MOIC is bringing 14 never-before-seen attractions to its first international location outside of the US.

Step foot into the 60,000 square foot property at 100 Loewen Road and be transported to a surreal world of scrumptious sights, sounds and of course, lots of tasty ice cream. Discover your inner Picasso at the art-themed Museum of Modern Ice Cream; race with friends at Marble Run; finally get some travel going at California Dreamin’, and boogie it up at the Scream’s Diner jukebox. Kids and the young at heart will also love jumping around at Inflatable, or swimming in a sea of colourful sprinkles at the largest MOIC Sprinkle Pool ever.

Of course, don’t forget the ice cream. Visitors are treated to a bevvy of delectable flavours inspired by local delights including Pulut Hitam Potong ice cream, Lemon Bliss Balls, Lychee Bandung, and Taro Milk Tea ice cream sandwiches. So be sure that you have some space for dessert before visiting.

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