Summer vacation is almost here! Being a mom, I am starting to look for different activities that Zeeka can do this coming summer vacation. Aside from the occasional trips to Kidzoona, Kidzania and the Mind Museum, and aside from the dance classes with Teacher Mia Cabalfin that she has joined (HipHop Hooray), I’ve been looking for other cool things that she can do.

One of the activities that we stumbled upon was the VR+ Next Generation Virtual Reality place at S. Maison. It’s located on level 2.

#TheATeam at VR+ Next Generation Virtual Reality

What happens is that you are led to a small room, given weapons and the headset (with really clear graphics and audio). Their games are powered by OMAS Entertainment and ONIK Entertainment. Aside from that, their are moving floors and rumbling sounds that make it seem more realistic.

The game that’s most popular from VR+ Next Generation Virtual Reality are their zombie games. Since we had Zeeka with us though, we had to choose Box Man, a game that is more fit for kids like Zeeka.

#TheATeam Inside the Box Man Game

Each game is around Php 400 to Php 450 pesos per person for the Zombie games. Here are the updated prices (2020 rates) from their FB page:

Being the OC parent that I am, I asked if they clean the equipment. They said that they disinfect equipment every time after a game is played.

Check out our experience in this video!

Verdict: We really liked it. If it were a bit closer to where we live, we would probably be there more often. What we like about it is it is definitely more immersive than that ride in Glorietta with the VR glasses. This has better graphics, sounds and weapons.

Like VR+ on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VARLivePH/

A Trip to the Dessert Museum

I’ve been seeing lot of pretty pictures on Instagram of the Dessert Museum. I always thought that the Dessert Museum was made for teens and young professionals; never really thought that young kids or moms like me would appreciate it (EJ would probably appreciate it though because of the free dessert). I was so wrong.

Zeeka, EJ and I enjoyed and loved every single minute of the experience at the Dessert Museum. It wasn’t just for people who loved taking amazing pictures, but even for those who love doing and learning new things.

What is the Dessert Museum?

Image from the Dessert Museum

This museum is located in the Philippines. It’s specifically located at the Ground Floor of S Maison Mall, Conrad Hotel Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City.

It’s composed of around 8 different rooms that you can visit in the span of 2 hours.

The different rooms are:

Donut Room

Room of Ten Thousand Marshmallows!

Gum Ball Room

Macarons Tea Party

Banana Beach

Bewitched Bakery

Piรฑata Pit

Cake Pops Carnival

What I like about the place?

You can take really great photos at every corner of every room. There is not one part of the room that they did not think about. I love the fact that you can also learn something new.

Most of the rooms have cool information presented, like this wall that I took a picture of. Do you remember the brand “chiclets”? Guess where it came from? ๐Ÿ˜Ž

I also love the desserts that were given. They were all so yummy! There were also different activities that the entire family will enjoy.

The money that we spent for two hours was worth it! There are the rates for going inside the Dessert Museum.

We got in for Php 550 pesos each person, because we each have Maxicare cards. I also saw this deal from Klook: Klook Dessert Museum. You can get a ticket for Php 529. Those who are 0-3 years old can come in free of charge.

Check out our video here, and please show me you watched it (really watched it! haha ๐Ÿ˜„) by commenting on my YouTube video!

Have you visited the Dessert Museum? What did you think? Did you like it or did you not like it? Leave your comments on the comment section below. ๐Ÿ™‚

Have a sweet day!