5 Types Of Durians You Might Not Know About

Our durian guide shows you there's more than just Mao Shan Wang or D24

By Nicole-Marie Ng; Cover Image:

Just like grapes that are used to make wine, the taste of a durian depends on the weather, the soil from which it grows and the breed of the tree. This gives us a variety of different types of durians available in the market.

After trying most of the durians that are available this season, here are our top five picks.

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2. Red Prawn

Many people are attracted to this durian because of its appetising bright orange flesh. Red Prawn durians taste mostly sweet like chempedak.

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