Durian Musang King for sale online

My Blog

Durian Musang King for sale online

June 16, 2019 Uncategorized 0

Durian Musang King for sale online

Best Durian Type

Durian musang kingMusang King

Not to be confused but Musang King has other names like Cat Mountain King, Rajah Kunyit and Mao Shan Wang (猫山王) too

Due to its smooth, buttery and bright yellow flesh, it has earned itself another title of being the Butter Durian where all durian lovers are fond of!


The D24 durian is also known as Sultan Durian and is on Durian Type

e of the well known durian species alongside Musang King. The flesh is golden yellowish in colour, creamy texture with a bittersweet taste—A Heavenly Combination!


Fear not as you can choose to have these D101 durians where its less sweet but creamy, however it will not affect the overall taste of the meat!

Red Prawn

The name Red Prawn is derived from its striking Orange Red Flesh compared to the other durian species. The Orange Red Durian also has a name in mandarin called Hong Xia (红虾) and Ang Hay in dialect.

The flesh is sweet but a bit more sticky, so be sure to clean up thoroughly after consumption!

Black Thorn

The Black Thorn variety is grown mostly in Penang where it originated. The flesh of the Black Thorn is very deep and rich yellow, and tastes very sweet and custardy. The durian got its name because the tips of the thorns on this variety tends to be darker.


The fruit is mostly deformed, kidney-shaped, lopsided with small sharp spines and difficult to open despite its thin wall. Its aril is thick, bronze- yellow, firm and of excellent taste. Its deformed shape means only a few locules are present and each has 1-2 arils.


XO usually comes from Pahang and Johor and it is quite common to find them in most durian stalls. It priced at RM 20 per kg and above.

What is Durian?

This article for Durian is often called the “king of fruits” in Southeast Asian nations, however, it is native to Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, and possibly the Philippines, but debates still continue on that point. [1] Durian is a large fruit, up to one foot long and six inches wide, with a hard, spiky exterior and a range of yellow to red flesh on the inside. Out of the 30 species, 9 of them are commonly utilized for cooking or consumption, and only one is found internationally, outside the local growing areas. That particular species is called Durio zibethinus.

The reason this fruit is often considered controversial is that the smell has a divisive effect on people. Your natural olfactory sense will either find it pleasant or absolutely revolting and nauseating! This has led durian to be banned on public transportation in certain Asian nations. The avid fans of the health benefits of durian are balanced by those who are repulsed by the sight and smell of this powerful fruit.

Durian Benefit

Durian is a fruit with the ability to boost your immune system, increase energy levels, and inhibit free radical activity. The health benefits of this fruit also include improved digestion, strengthened bones, and reduced signs of anemia. It is also good for slowing premature aging, lowering blood pressure, and protecting against cardiovascular diseases.

The other benefits of durian include its ability to help with diabetes management, reduce inflammation of the joints, reduce headaches, and potentially decrease the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress.

Nutritional Value of Durian

According to the USDA National Nutrient Database, durian has an impressive vitamin and mineral content. [2] It also contains vitamin C, folic acid, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, B6, and vitamin A. Important minerals such as potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium, sodium, zinc, and phosphorus are also found in durian. It also contains water and nutrients such as phytonutrients, protein, and beneficial dietary fats. [3]


Health Benefits of Durian

The health benefits of durian are explained in detail below. [4]

Aids in Digestion

Research in the journal Bioinformation led by Dr. Nurul Arneida Husin from the Asian Institute of Medical, Science, and Technology, Malaysia, has suggested that eating durian fruit regularly can help improve the digestive process. [1]

Durian contains high levels of dietary fiber, which is essential to the normal function of multiple systems in the body, most notably the digestive system. Insoluble fiber causes bowel movement to increase in bulk, which makes it easier for them to move through the intestinal tract. Fiber also stimulates peristaltic motion and the secretion of digestive and gastric juices, further easing the entire process. By reducing conditions like constipation and blockage in the intestines, problems like bloating, excess flatulence, heartburn, cramps, and indigestion can be reduced.

Heart Health

The same 2018 study reveals that durian can be included in a heart-friendly diet. [1] This can be explained with the presence of fiber, as previously mentioned. Fiber helps to reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood by scraping LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) out of the body and quickly removing it as waste before it can do any damage to the cardiovascular system in the form of plaque buildup.

Reduces Blood Pressure

A 2015 study titled “Effects of Durian Intake on Blood Pressure and Heart Rate in Healthy Individuals” revealed that durian fruit does not negatively affect the blood pressure levels ad also increases heart rate. [5]

Durian is a rich source of potassium, and since potassium is such an integral part of the salt and fluid balance throughout the body’s cells, potassium levels also dictate blood pressure. When an adequate amount of potassium is present, the blood vessels can relax, reducing the stress on the cardiovascular system and the chances of developing conditions like atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes.

Reduced stress on the veins and arteries also increases oxygenated blood flow to the brain; studies have shown that potassium levels can, therefore, help boost cognitive function and memory, reducing the risk of developing dementia. [6]

Anti-aging Properties

In traditional, herbal medicine, durian was often hailed as a tool to battle aging, and was one of the main reasons why people called it the “king of fruits”. It turns out that the fruit has antioxidant properties stemming from its vitamin and organic chemical makeup that actively reduce the number of free radicals in the body.

Eating an excessive amount of durian can seriously boost your body’s ability to eliminate those free radicals, thereby reducing the chances of premature aging and delaying the appearance of symptoms such as wrinkles, age spots, macular degeneration, hair loss, tooth loosening, arthritis, and heart diseases. Eat enough durian, and you can feel, look, and act younger than you have in years!

Cures Insomnia

In a research study from the peer-reviewed journal Medicine, tryptophan was found to potentially be helpful in alleviating short-term sleep disorders. [7] Tryptophan is the organic chemical commonly associated with falling asleep after Thanksgiving since it is found in larger doses in turkey. Durian fruit also happens to contain this same somniferous amino acid.

When tryptophan enters your brain, it gets converted to serotonin, which induces a feeling of relaxation and happiness. Excess serotonin then releases melatonin into the bloodstream, which causes the body to feel tired, and eventually induces sleep. If you suffer from insomnia, consider trying a few pieces of durian before you sleep and see if this method is useful for you!

Durian Products

Demand for Durian, considered a delicacy across Asia, has been growing enormously with new Durian based products continuously being developed. Major global companies such as Nestle, F&N, McDonald’s and Pizza Hut have all released Durian based products in effort to capture this growing market. Durian products typically fall into 4 key market segments: Raw Durian Fruit, Desserts, Snacks and Beverages. Durian Harvests has the capability of producing a wide array of products across all key market segments.

Raw Durian Fruit – Comprised of fresh, frozen and dry Durian

Dessert Products – Ice cream, cake, jams and other pastries

Snacks– Include chips, crackers and confections such as candies

Beverages – Include coffee, tea, milk and juice

Durian Food

  1. Musang King Mooncakes

You know the Mid-Autumn Festival is around the corner when mooncakes are on sale EVERYWHERE. But apart from that, it’s also durian season and if you’re looking for a twist to your mooncakes, then do give the Original Durian Mooncake with a Musang King filling a shot.

Or if you’re looking for more flavours, the Durian Mooncakes from 11street also boast a Pandora Durian Mooncake collection that comes with a collection of different flavoured fillings including pandan durian, white coffee durian, charcoal durian, and mango durian. Sounds oh-so-sinful!

  1. Musang King Fried Crab

You may expect it to be too creamy to handle but the hint of curry leaves gives it just the right amount of flavour. A definite must try the next time you pop by Bandar Puteri in Puchong! Please dapao some for us, #kthanksbye.

  1. Golden Durian Cake

Oh, sweet cakes. Purple Monkey makes the best frozen cheesecake in town – and it only gets better now that durians are in season. Priced from RM60 – RM80, this treasure feeds 2 to 6 people, or you know, a party of one kinda works, too.

  1. Durian D24 Mille crepes

Did you know: Mille crêpes are a popular French cake made of many crepe layers, a definite understatement since the word ‘mille’ means ‘a thousand’. If you’re up for the goodness, head on to Food Foundry to get your Durian Mille crepes fix!

  1. Fried Durian Fritters

Pisang goreng is the bomb and all, but we think it’s time to make way for the gooey delight of Fried Durian Fritters. A crispy outer layer with a burst of warm creamy durian filling that you can experience at Restoran Wah Cai in Taman Ungku Tun Aminah (TUTA) Johor Bahru.

  1. Durian Cendol

The current hot weather is making us sweat buckets, but fret not, Durian King in TTDI is ready to save you with a bowl of overflowing and cooling Durian Cendol.






Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *