Price Compilation: Cheapest Durian Vendors In Singapore To Satisfy Your Mao Shan Wang Cravings

Price Compilation: Cheapest Durian Vendors In Singapore To Satisfy Your Mao Shan Wang Cravings

Ming Feng

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So… there was this picture of renowned Persian beauty, Princess Qajar (her eyebrows are on fleek) who supposedly caused 13 young men to commit suicide after she rejected their offers of marriage.

Fake History Meme Of Princess Qajar
Source: abitofhistoryblog

We kid.

Aside from the fact that it’s fake (historic) news, Princess Qajar is very much like the King of Fruits, durian. While some might feel like puking at the mere sight of it, others love and embrace its… erm… ‘unique’ beauty.

And just like dating a princess, feasting on durian comes with a relatively steep price.

Girl Chopping Durian Barehanded
Source: giphy

In Other News… Durian Season 2019 Is Back!

Here’s a bit of good news for all durian lovers: the durian season has returned!

According to the experts, the durian season for 2019 is set to start in May and will stretch all the way till the end of June.

Here at Seedly, we may be all about budgeting and saving for the future, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t treat ourselves to the creamy, luxurious treat that is durian. At a budget of course.

That’s why we did you guys a solid and came up with a price comparison of durian stalls around Singapore.

You’re welcome.

TL;DR: Where Can I Find The Cheapest Durian In Singapore?

Using the most popular durian variety, Mao Shan Wang (MSW) or Mu Sang King, as a point of comparison. Here are some things to note when deciding which store to go to for the cheapest Mao Shan Wang:

  • Cheapest MSW Durian (at $10 per kg): Ah Sam Durian, Bao Jiak Durian, and King Fruits Durian
  • Some durian sellers sell their durian dehusked, so be sure to check because durian is usually sold by weight
  • Check the durian prices regularly on the vendor’s Facebook and websites to avoid disappointment (yep, they’re that modern now)
  • Prices listed here are updated as of 7 May 2019
Name of Durian StallPrice of Durian/kgAddressProvides Delivery?Contacts
227 Katong DurianMao Shan Wang: $22/kg
Golden Phoenix: $17/kg
Black Pearl: $12/kg
Sultan XOD24: $12/kg
Penang Red Prawn: $12/kg
D1, D13, D101: $10/kg
Red Prawn & Kampung: $10/kg
227 East Coast Road Singapore 428924NoPhone: +65 9751 4828 Website: Email: [email protected]
Ah Sam DurianMao Shan Wang: $10/kg
Red Prawn: $12/kg
D101: $12/kg

D24: $12/kg

D88: $12/kg 
D13: $12/kg

Wang Zhong Wang: $15/kg

Special Select Wang Zhong Wang: $18/kg
263 serangoon central drive #01-59 Singapore 550263NoPhone: 9368 2294
Ah Seng DurianMao Shan Wang: $20/kg
D24: $10/kg
Blk 20 Ghim Moh Market #01-119 to #01-122
Ghim Moh Road 270020
Phone: 94656160
Bao Jiak DurianBlackgold: $16-22/kg
Mao Shan Wang: $10-16/kg
Jin Feng: $10-16/kg
Tekka: $10-14/kg
Red Prawn: $6-12/kg
Johor Red Prawn: $6-12/kg
Johor xo: $10-14/kg
D24: $8-12/kg
Taiyuan: $10-14/kg
Blackpearl: $10-14/kg
Durian hantu: $10-14/kg
D13: $8-12/kg
D1: $8-12/kg
D2: $8-12/kg
D28: $8-12/kg
Other assorted: $8-12/kg
202 Ang mo kio Ave 3 #01-1682 Singapore 560202YesFacebook:
Combat Durian BalestierMao Shan Wang: S$18/kg249 Balestier Road Singapore 329727NoFacebook:
Dr DurianMao Shan Wang: $16/kg338 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 #01-1657YesPhone: 6100 7557 Email: [email protected] Facebook:
Durian 36Mao Shan Wang: $15/$18/$25/kg
Red Prawn: $5/$8/$10/$15 piece
Lorong 36, 608 Geylang Road, 389547YesPhone: +65 9889 4906 (Alvin) +65 8420 4727 (Billy)
Website: Facebook:
Durian 69Mao Shan Wang (Dehusked): $80/kg
D101: $16/kg
D13: $16/kg
Golden Phoenix: $16/kg
227 Jalan Kayu
YesPhone: 8748 6969
Durian DeliveryPomani: $11/kg

Premium Butter Durian: $10/kg
D101: From $17.90
D24: $10/kg
Golden Phoenix: $16/kg
Tekka: $18/kg
Hand-Picked Old Tree MSW: $20/kg
Mao Shan Wang: $19/kg
Red Prawn: $9/kg
XO D24: $12/kg
Delivery onlyYesWebsite:
Whatsapp/ Call: 9663 4314/ 9762 6523
Durian KakiMao Shan Wang: $20-$22/kg
Black Pearl: $14/kg
Mei Qiu: $14/kg
Tekka: $14/kg
D24: $10/kg
Red Prawn: $10/kg
Junction Nine, #01-83, 18 Yishun Ave 9, S768892NoFacebook:
Phone: 8405 8509
Email: [email protected]
Durian MpireMao Shan Wang: $22/kg22 Yio Chu Kang Road, Highland Center, #01-01
Phone: 6487 2777
Email: [email protected]
Fruit Monkeys at Rangoon 88Old Tree Signature "Black Gold" Mao Shan Wang: $24/kg
Champion D13: $13/kg
Johor Red Prawn: $14/kg
Highland Bentong D24: $14/kg
Bentong WZW: $22/kg
88 Rangoon Road #01-07 Singapore S218374YesPhone: 9145 2860
Good DurianMao Shan Wang (Grade A): $20/kg
Pahang Grade B MSW at $14/kg
Pahang XOD24 at $11/kg (Sweet with slight twist of bitter)
Block 453 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 #01-1805NoPhone: 9226 3109
King Fruits DurianMao Shan Wang: $10-$12/kg
Wang Zhong Wang (WZW): $12/kg
Blackgold: $12/kg
Golden Pheonix: $12/kg
Blk 22 Havelock Road
Singapore 160022
Phone: 8533 0561
Email: [email protected]
Leong Tee DurianMao Shan Wang: $20/kg264 Tanjong Katong Road
NoEmail: [email protected]
Phone: 6346 6683
Melvin’s DurianMao Shan Wang: $18/kg
Black Gold: $22/kg
WZW: $20/kg
Jin Feng: $15/kg
Ku Wang: $12/kg
Wu Zhi: $12/kg
XXOD24: $12/kg
Tekka: $12/Kg 
XO: $12/kg
Black Pearl: $12/kg
Tian Xiang: $10/kg
Red Prawn: $10/kg
1 Upper Aljunied Lane (in front of Prime Supermarket)
YesEmail: [email protected]
Phone: 8869 0781
Mr DurianMao Shan Wang: $13/kg140, rangoon road #01-00 s(218418)NoPhone: 8284 3222
Email: [email protected]
Sin DurianPahang Blackgold: $22/kg
Old Tree D101: $12/kg
Jin Feng: $15/kg
Champion Johor Red Prawn: $12/kg
D88: $12/kg
SPDXO (Pahang): $12/kg
Blk 113 Aljunied AVE 2 #01-15 Singapore 380113YesPhone: 8247 8111
Sindy DurianMao Shan Wang: $22-26/kg89 Whampoa Drive #01-835
Phone: 9710 2427
Email: [email protected]
Spike Empire DurianMao Shan Wang S-M: $16/kg

Mao Shan Wang premium (L): $20/kg
Top Notch Empire King: $24/kg
JingFeng: $12 & $16/kg

Tekka: $15/kg

Tai yuan: $15/kg

XO: $15/kg
108 Hougang ave 1 #01-1281 s530108YesPhone: 9398 4090 Facebook:
The Durian PrincePahang Blackgold Mao Shan Wang: $18/kg

Mao Shan Wang: $16/kg

Golden Phoenix: $16/kg

Super XO/D24: $14/kg
Super XO/D24 (old tree): $16/kg
Blk 117 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-142 Singapore 380117YesPhone: 9060 0798
The Durian TreeMao Shan Wang: $21/kg
Wzw: $23/kg
Golden Phoenix: $19/kg
Black Pearl: $13/kg
S17: $11/kg
D88: $13/kg
Tekka: $14/kg
D13: $9/kg
Blk 277 Bukit Batok East Avenue 3 (7.75 mi)
Singapore 650277
Phone: 9812 4148
Email: [email protected]
TOP Durian StationMao Shan Wang: $17-$21/kg
Black Gold: $25/kg
XX024: $14/kg
Butter King: $12/kg
Gan Yao: $10/kg
#01-06C Blk156 Bukit Batok Street 11 Singapore 650156

Block 963 Jurong West Street 91 #01-316 Singapore 640963
Phone: 8427 8988


What’s The Average Market Price Of My Favourite Durian

According to, here’s a list of prices for some of the most popular types of durians.

Type of DurianPrice per KG
Old Tree Mao Shan Wang$21
Mao Shan Wang$18
Red Prawn$13
Jin Feng (Golden Phoenix)$18
Butter King Durian$10


Is There Such A Thing As Durian Delivery In Singapore?

Yes. Here’s a list of durian sellers that deliver in Singapore:

  • Bao Jiak Durian
  • Dr Durian
  • Durian 36
  • Durian 69
  • Durian Delivery
  • Durian Prince
  • Fruit Monkeys
  • Melvin’s Durian
  • Sin Durian
  • Spike Empire Durian
  • TOP Durian Station

Further Reading: Understanding Your Durian

Curious how durian sellers can tell the difference between durians? Want to impress your date the next time you jio them out for durian?

You’ll want to read this.

1) Mao Shan Wang

Mao Shan Wang comes with a combination of both bitter and sweet flesh. It is usually creamy in texture with a strong bittersweet taste. Till today, it remains one of the most popular choices for Singaporeans.

Mao Shan Wang Durian

How to differentiate: Star-shaped mark at the bottom of its husk.

2) D24

Usually thick and creamy, and less overwhelming in terms of flavour. Recommended for first-time durian eater.

How to differentiate: Stem is usually shorter compared to other breeds. Look for a brown-coloured ring at the bottom of the stem.

Red Prawn vs D24
Source: Year of the Durian

3) Red Prawn

The flesh of Red Prawn is usually orange-red in colour. And it’s usually more on the sweet side.

How to differentiate: Husk is brown in colour, with short thorns.

4) Golden Phoenix

Golden Phoenix, unlike Red Prawn, lies on the other extreme of the taste buds. It is more known for its bitter taste.

How to differentiate: Sharp needle-like thorns. Fruit usually oval in shape.

5) XO

Like its name, XO durians give an aftertaste similar to that of drinking alcohol.

How to differentiate: Thorns usually pointed inwards at the base of the fruit.

6) Black Gold

Higher grade than the famous Mao Shan Wang, and comes with an intense buttery, bitter aftertaste.

How to differentiate: Dark greyish undertones on the flesh.

How To Choose A Durian

I also spoke to some durian uncles and aunties to learn the trade secret of picking the best durian:

  • Smell: Smell along the indentations of the durian. Note the strong durian smell. If there isn’t any, the fruit is probably not ripe yet.
  • Shake the fruit: If it feels as though the flesh of the fruit has lots of room to move, the fruit is probably not ripe yet.
  • Look at the shape of the durian: Irregular shapes usually mean that the fruit is creamier.

Pro tip: Ensure that the vendor opens a new durian in front of you to prevent them from trying to sell you one that was rejected by the previous customer. I know because I learnt the hard way…

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About Ming Feng
A stint in Bloomberg gifted me with a beer belly, which only grew larger when I moved on to become a Professional Trader. Now I turn caffeine into digestible finance-related content.
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