Here are some places to buy durians in S'pore for S$5

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Fiona Tan | June 22, 2021, 04:46 PM

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It's durian season yet again as people in Singapore are lured by everything green and thorny on the outside and yellow, plump and decadent on the inside.

With June in full swing, the peak season has arrived as supplies have gone up and prices have come down.

If you are looking to get a piece of the king of fruits for yourself, here are some places that sell durians at S$5.

1. Top Durian Station

D24, D13 and D101 cultivar durians are going for S$5 per fruit at Top Durian Station.

The deal was spotted by one excited netizen, Kzd Nineonenine, who shared the deal on June 21.

The outlet mentioned was at Jurong West Street 91.

Image from Top Durian Station/FB.

From the stall's Facebook page, they have multiple outlets in Singapore and provide delivery services too.

Top Durian Station

Address: Block 964, Jurong West Street 91, #01-334, Singapore 640964

Mobile number: 8427 8988

2. King Fruits Durian Singapore

King Fruits Durian Singapore shared on Facebook that durians will be priced from S$5 on June 21.

However, it is unclear what cultivar they are referring to in their post.

King Fruits Durian Singapore

Havelock address: Block 22 Havelock Road #01-673, Singapore 160022

Geylang address: 639 geylang Lorong 33, Singapore 389570

Opening hours: 10am to 11:30pm

Mobile number: 8533 0561

3. Louis Durian

Another contender is Louis Durian.

It announced on Facebook that prices for their D13 and D101 durians start at S$5 per piece on June 22.

Image from Louis Durian/FB.

Louis Durian

Address: Block 44 Owen Road #01-313, Singapore 210044

Mobile number: 9057 8018

4. Durian 36

Lastly, there is Durian 36, which announced on June 15 that prices begin from S$5 per durian.

Durian 36

Address: 608 Geylang Lorong 36, Singapore 389547

Mobile number: 9889 4906

Before heading down

Before heading down, do be prepared for the price of durians to fluctuate, as how much they are sold is based on demand and supply.

Those interested should contact the business before hand.

Also, here's a guide for telling durians apart:

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Top image via Google Maps and Louis Durian