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8 Best Durian Delivery Services Sorted By Durian Type For The MSW & D24 Addicts At Home

Durian delivery services in Singapore


Durian lovers rejoice: ‘tis the season for the king of fruits, and you may have already caught whiffs of it coming from your neighbourhood fruit stalls.

Since you can’t bring durians onto public transport or even hop onto a taxi to bring them home, satisfy your cravings and have the fruit delivered straight to your doorstep with these durian delivery services.


1. Durian Delivery Singapore


Durians from private plantations


Durian Delivery Singapore 1
Image credit: Durian Delivery Singapore

It only takes 10 hours for Durian Delivery Singapore to get the freshly-dropped durians from their private plantation in Pahang to their Singapore stores. You don’t even have to put on your flip-flops to get the grade AAA flesh in your hands as they can deliver it to your doorstep in just 1 hour.

Durian Delivery Singapore 2
Image credit: Durian Delivery Singapore

Their specialities include the A6 Pahang Mao Shan Wang ($26/kg), A9 Pahang Signature Black Gold ($30/kg), and their A9 Penang Old Tree ($30/kg). If your order somehow has unforeseen issues, you can also contact them for your free durian replacement guarantee.

In addition to durians, Durian Delivery Singapore also has purees (from $50/2kg) for those interested in creating their own durian pastries.

Delivery: $9.70 for same-day delivery | $13.70 for express delivery | Free delivery for orders above $100
Address: Lorong 14 Geylang, Singapore 398957
Contact: 8497 3036 | Durian Delivery website


2. Golden Moments


Gifting sets with durian cakes & mochi


Golden Moments Durian
Image credit: @goldenmomentssg via Instagram

In case Golden Moment’s website wreathed in black and gold was not eye-catching enough, their wide array of durian variants should be enough to turn heads. Their extensive selection has picks like Premium D200 Black Thorn King Fresh Durian ($42.80/400g), Royal Kun Bao ($38.80/400g), and Buttery Hor Lor ($38.80/400g).

Golden Moments 24K Signature Mao Shan Wang Galaxy CakeImage credit: Golden Moments

Other durian-infused treats include various cakes (from $68.80) and boxes of Crystal QQ durian mochi ($88.80/3 boxes). Golden Moments even provides gifting bundles, like their Crystal Galaxy Bundle ($112.80) which pairs their 24K Signature Mao Shan Wang Galaxy Cake with the aforementioned durian mochis. You’ll even get a card to write well wishes to your durian-loving recipient.

Delivery: $15 for island-wide delivery | $6.99 for orders above $158

Golden Moments
Google Reviews
4.4
(628)
Address
Opening Hours:
Saturday 10:00 AM - 10:30 PM Show More Timings
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3. Fresh Durian


Durian bundles if you can’t decide which kind to get


Fresh Durian Farm In Pahang
Image credit: @freshduriansingapore via Instagram

Fresh Durian’s name couldn’t get any more candid, and according to their loyal customers, they do indeed live up to their brand. From their best-selling Signature Black Gold ($27/kg) to the tried-and-tested Musang King ($23/kg), their produce is picked right from their very own farms in Pahang.

You’ll be spoilt for choice trying to decide which of their bundles to buy. Their MSW + Old Tree + Black Gold bundle (from $125) is a fan favourite, as you’ll get to taste test them all, either on your own or with fellow durian fanatics.

Delivery: $9.70 for same-day delivery | Free delivery for orders above $100

Fresh Durian
Google Reviews
5
(105)
Address
84 Bedok North Street 4, #01-37, Singapore 460084
Opening Hours:
Saturday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
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4. 99 Old Trees Durian


Pure ‘A’ grade D24 Pulp


Stinky Durian Desserts
Desserts from
Stinky, 99 Old Trees Durian’s dessert shop.
Image credit: @jacelynteo via Instagram

The harvest ranges throughout the season, so you know you’re getting quality durians – the good stuff – when a seller only has durians in limited quantities.

99 Old Trees Durian only sells stock that passes their quality checks so you know that the D24, S17, Jin Feng and MSW you’re getting will hit the spot. Each 750g box starts from $58 and you can even get 1kg of durian pulp from $33 to make durian desserts like mousse and puffs at home.

P.S. If you want to know more about how to check the quality of durian, give their durian workshop ($128/pax) a try. You’ll be taught how to tell varieties apart and even get to feast on a MSW buffet.

Delivery: $9.90 for islandwide delivery | Free delivery for orders above $150

99 Old Trees Durian
Google Reviews
4.5
(825)
Address
1 Teo Hong Rd, Singapore 088321
Opening Hours:
Saturday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
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5. Durian Kingdom Singapore


Free delivery on all orders


Durian KingdomDurian as far as the eye can see.
Image credit: Durian Kingdom SG via Facebook

Durian Kingdom Singapore is a humble home business that has a loyal following for their durians – just check out the reviews on their Facebook page. Right now, they’re selling their durians in boxes weighing in at 400g-450g. Fans of Kunyit MSW can enjoy 3 boxes for $130, while 4 boxes of their D13 Red Prawn durians are going for $145.

They ensure the availability of quality durians at affordable prices, and keep buyers informed about their latest offers on Facebook. For prices and availability of the different durians, drop them a message on FB Messenger and they’ll be happy to share.

Delivery: Free delivery included in all orders
Contact: 8133 4938 | Durian Kingdom Facebook


6. Durian 36


Party sets for special occasions


Durian 36 Durian Party Sets
Their durian party sets are also highly customisable; just give them a ring.

Image credit: Durian 36 via Facebook

Durian lovers will agree that when there are durians around, it’s fo sho a party. But if you’re serious about throwing an actual durian party, Durian 36 will have you covered.

They’ve got durian party sets catering to 10, 30, and 50 pax. The sets include MSW and assorted durians, plus accompanying fruits like rambutans, mangosteens, and duku langsat. There’s also a party set with Thai Coconuts to combat any heatiness.

Just for context, a set for 50 pax can contain up to 150kg of durian – now tell me that’s not a durian lover’s dream. Do give them a call to check prices and to place your orders. If you’re flying solo for the day, you can also order a la carte durians such as Mao Shan Wang ($25/kg), Black Gold MSW ($27/kg), and Hock Beng D13 ($19/kg).

Delivery: $9.70 for same or next day delivery | $13.50 for 60-minute delivery | Free delivery for orders above $300

Durian 36
Google Reviews
4.1
(789)
Address
608 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389547
Opening Hours:
Saturday Open 24 Hours Show More Timings
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7. Durian Express Delivery


Freshly packed, vacuum sealed frozen durians for odourless transport


Durian Express Delivery
Image credit: @durianexpressdelivery via Instagram

When those durian cravings hit hard, waiting for more than a few hours is not an option. Thankfully, with services like Durian Express Delivery, you’re sure to get your durians in at least 3 hours, with 60-minute delivery available.

They carry popular and premium durian variants such as MSW ($26/kg), Black Gold ($30/kg), and D13 Durian ($18/kg).

Should you wish to dabao and enjoy your durians on your travels, they’ve also got frozen, vacuum-packed durians (from $32.80/pack) that are safe to carry on your flights as they are odourless. There’s even an ongoing buy 2 get 1 free promo on them, so stock up on these goodies while you can.

Delivery: $9.50 for same-day 3-hour delivery | $13.50 for 60-minute delivery | Free delivery for orders above $100

Durian Express Delivery
Google Reviews
3.9
(113)
Address
82 Marine Parade Central, #01-614, Singapore 440082
Opening Hours:
Saturday Open 24 Hours Show More Timings
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8. Durian Delivery


Black Gold MSW from their own plantations


Durian DeliveryThe signature Black Gold Pahang MSW.
Image credit: @bestduriandelivery via Instagram

Durian connoisseurs know that nothing beats chomping down on the glorious flesh of freshly-picked durians. With Durian Delivery, their signature Black Gold MSW ($30/kg) you’re getting were picked just 6-7 hours earlier from their Pahang plantation in Malaysia.

They also have goodies like Old Tree MSW ($28/kg) and D13 Red Prawn ($18/kg) on their roster, plus frozen, vacuumed-sealed durians from $32.80/400g, as well as soursop ($7.40), up for grabs.

Delivery: $9.70 for same-day 3-hour delivery | $13.70 for 60-minute delivery | Free delivery for orders above $100
Contact: 8199 9766 | Durian Delivery website


(Closed) DurianBB


DurianBB
Durian BB’s own Tan Sri XO.

Image credit: Durian BB

It’s durian-everything at DurianBB. Not only do they deliver durians directly from their farm in Pahang, Malaysia, but they also have an array of durian desserts and snacks, like cheesecakes, mousse cakes, and durian popcorn


(Closed) Kungfu Durian


Kungfu Durian
Image credit: @kungfudurian via Instagram

Sharing is caring, even with friends who’ve moved thousands of miles away. Give them a taste of home with Kungfu Durian, which sells frozen and vacuum-packed durians that can satisfy those durian cravings when they head back to their new nest. The durians are frozen at -30-40˚C, so rest assured that freshness is not compromised.


Order durians from home

When durian seasons in Singapore roll around, nothing beats going down to durian stalls, haggling with the stall owners, and huddling over a freshly-opened fruit to taste the quality of the durian yourself – these are the golden moments of durian buying in person.

However, if you can’t find a durian stall near you, fret not. With the convenience of buying durians online, you can buy durians in Singapore without even stepping out of your home. Having your favourite durian delivered to you feels like the royal treatment too.

Check out other stuff you can get from home:


Cover adapted from: @goldenmomentssg & @durianexpressdelivery via Instagram
This article contains partial partnership content. However, all opinions are ours.

Originally published by Clarice Chua on 8th June 2020. Last updated by Khoo Yong Hao on 21st July 2024.