Durian mooncakes in Singapore 2021

In Singapore, there’s durian season, and then there’s mooncake season. But if Hannah Montana taught us anything when we were younger, it’s that we can truly get the best of both worlds.

If you’re over lotus paste and gunning for durian mooncakes this mid-autumn season, here are 13 places that will have all your D24 and Mao Shan Wang cravings sorted. 

1. Golden Moments – Truffle MSW mooncake with real gold 

golden moments mooncake24K Truffle Mao Shan Wang Snowskin Mooncake
Image credit: Golden Moments

Durians and mooncakes are considered “rich” food, and if you believe in the saying that you are what you eat, then Golden Moments range of durian-flavoured mooncakes will be right up your alley. 

For starters, their limited edition 24K Truffle Mao Shan Wang Snowskin Mooncake ($799.20, U.P. $888) is not only accentuated with truffle paste and oil, but also comes with gold foil and a real pure gold plate designed by SK Jewellery. It’ll definitely leave a lasting impression as a gift – whether it’s for that business partner to clinch a pending contract, or hard-to-please in-laws.

If you don’t need all that 24k magic in the air, their Signature Mao Shan Wang (U.P. $216) and new Docello Hazelnut Chocolate Mao Shan Wang (U.P. $216) flavour each come in a box of 4 pieces, and will satiate durian lovers with creamy 100% pure durian filling. Plus, they’re now on offer at $108 with a 1-for-1 deal until 6th September 2020.

golden moments hazelnut mooncakeDocello Hazelnut Chocolate Mao Shan Wang
Image credit: Golden Moments 

Those with palates not overly fond of the king of fruits needn’t worry – they’ve also got a brand new flavour in the form of Lychee Martini ($66.60, U.P. $88), or opt for the Assorted Flavours box ($108 until 6th Sep, U.P. $216). Plus, with their same-day delivery within 3 hours, you can settle your random durian cravings quickly.

You can also purchase selected products at Shell, NTUC Fairprice Finest and pop-up booths at:

  • Raffles City Robinsons Level 3 (21st August – 30th September)
  • Velocity Novena Level 1 (1st – 30th September)
  • BHG Bugis Level 1 (7th September – 1st October) 
  • One Raffles Place Basement 1 (7th September – 1 October, excluding weekends)
  • TANGS Orchard Level 4 (10th September – 1st October)

Address: 110 Lor 23 Geylang, #07-13 Victory Centre, Singapore 380059
Telephone: 8766 8960

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2. Ding Bakery – Made with fresh MSW durians from Pahang

durian mooncake - Ding Bakery

Image credit: Ding Bakery

There’s Mao Shan Wang and then there’s Mao Shan Wang durians from Pahang. The Malaysian state has been known to have just the right growing conditions for this popular variety of durian.

Ding Bakery’s MSW Durian Premium Snowskin Mooncakes are a must-try as they’re made with real and authentic Pahang MSW durians, which have a rich and creamy texture and a bittersweet taste. Coming in boxes of eight pieces, the snowskin mooncakes are handmade and contain no preservatives.

There is currently an early bird discount of 40% on all mooncakes at Ding Bakery, and free delivery for orders above $100. The snowskin mooncakes are now $83.40 per box (U.P. $139). Fans of traditional baked mooncakes can enjoy a box of four from $63.40 (U.P. $105.60). 

WhatsApp: 8890 9055

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3. My Mum’s Cookies – no preservatives or added sugar

my mums cookies mooncake
Image credit: My Mum’s Cookies

For the older generation that prefers something traditional over modern, edgy creations, My Mum’s Cookies range of mooncakes is a safer bet. It comes in a sophisticated red box that holds 4 pieces of their Mao Shan Wang mooncakes ($98), held snugly in a carrier bag that will make gifting easy. 

It’s key to note that their range also has no preservatives, added sugar or cream, making them less-guilt-more-pleasure for consumption. There’s also the option of getting their Lantern Gift Set ($48), and with their ongoing promotion, you’ll score free shipping for orders $100 and above. 

Telephone: 6570 6866

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4. Durian Hill – bite-sized charcoal-bamboo snowskin

durian hill mooncakeDurian Hill’s bite-sized mooncakes.
Image credit: Durian Hill

Durian mooncakes can make you full fast, which is why enjoying them in smaller doses is the way to go. Durian Hill’s Moonlite Series Musang King Durian Mooncakes ($101.37, U.P. $109) are perfect for this, since they come in a box of 8 and can be popped into the mouth at one go. The charcoal bamboo outer skin also adds a complementary texture to the durian filling. 

They’ve also got a cheaper Snowy Premium alternative retailing at $73.47 (U.P. $79). The brand is originally from Malaysia, but they’re now exclusively available online from Shopee. 

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5. 7-Eleven – available at 25 outlets islandwide

7 eleven mooncakesImage credit: 7-Eleven

Mooncakes are usually available to sample and purchase at fairs and roadshows in malls. But with safe distancing in mind, these are unlikely to happen this year. One avenue you can get your durian mooncakes conveniently from instead? 7-Eleven.

Yup, the convenience store is introducing their very own durian mooncakes with 3 options available – Mao Shan Wang, D24 and Red Prawn. For a box of 4 pieces, the latter 2 flavours are priced at $68, while the MSW mooncakes cost $75. To try all the varieties, get a mixed box for $72

They’re not available at just any 7-Eleven though – 25 outlets around Singapore will carry these exclusive mooncakes.

Address: Check out the 25 7-Eleven outlets where you can purchase mooncakes from.

6. Aroma Truffle – comes with truffle chips combo

aroma truffle mooncakes
Image adapted from: Aroma Truffle

A familiar brand in Asia, Aroma Truffle is known for their range of truffle chips and snacks – but they’ve also got Musang King mooncakes. They come in either Black Truffle Snowskin or Butterfly Pea Snowskin, both infused with a hint of truffle and stamped with their “A” logo on the crust. Packaged in a box of 4 mooncakes, you can opt for a single flavour, or mix and match 2 of each. 

From now till 15th September 2020, it’s going for an early bird price of $78 (U.P. $88) and you can even top up just $10 or $20 to throw in 2 or 4 bags of their signature truffle chips into the mix too! 

Address: Check out Aroma Truffle’s full list of locations.
Telephone: 9012 0664

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7. Emi Cakes – traditional handcrafted designs in 3 colours

emi cakes mooncake
Image credit: Emicakes

If you’re looking for something less fancy schmancy, Emicakes has slightly more affordable durian mooncakes of both D24 (2 pieces for $60) and Mao Shan Wang (2 pieces for $40) in bright colours of yellow, green and pink that kids will have their eyes on too. 

To cash in on some savings, get their box of 4 large pieces to enjoy both types of durian mooncakes at $88. You’ll need to plan ahead though – they only deliver with a 3-day lead time. 

Telephone: 6749 6782

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8. Four Seasons Durians – free delivery for orders above $150

four seasons durian mooncake
Image adapted from: Four Seasons Durians

Whether you have a large appetite or prefer durian mooncakes in smaller doses, you can settle both with orders from Four Seasons Durians. Their 100% pure durian snowskin mooncakes has both D24 and Mao Shan Wang puree versions, and come in a box of 4 (from $69) or in 8 mini versions (from $60).

Whichever you prefer, you can order in more for the whole family, since there’s free delivery with orders of at least $150. Else, you can always do self pick-up for no charge at any of their 4 outlets islandwide.

Address: Check out Four Seasons Durians’ full list of locations.
Telephone: 6484 1619

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9. Durian Law – free extra box of assorted mooncakes

durian law mooncakeImage credit: Durian Law

In every friend group, there’s bound to be someone who doesn’t like durian all that much, but if you don’t want to tell them “you can’t sit with us!”, Durian Law has a deal that will satisfy durian lovers and haters alike. 

durian law assorted mooncakeGet a complimentary box of assorted mooncakes with every order of their durian mooncakes.
Image credit: Durian Law

For every order of their Mao Shan Wang Snowskin Mooncake set ($98, U.P. $176) that comes with 8 mooncakes, they’re also adding an extra box of assorted mooncakes of flavours like Matcha, Chocolate and Lotus Paste. Besides catering to non-durian lovers, this will be perfect for times when you’re jelak of durian and need a taste of something else. 

Address: 26 Defu Lane 10, Singapore 539207 (self-collection)
Telephone: 9857 3169

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10. Intercontinental Singapore – chio tingkat carrier 

intercontinental hotel mooncake
Image credit: Intercontinental Singapore

When it comes to mooncakes, packaging is half the battle won. And what better way to gift mooncakes than in a 4-tiered tingkat carrier complete with patterns in light blue and pink colours that will especially delight the ah gongs and ah mas. Originally priced at $84, it’s currently on offer at $67.83 for a limited time until 29th September 2020. 

You’ll find 1 durian-flavoured mooncake in each packaging – the Durian Pengat. It’s a butterfly pea snowskin mooncake filled with authentic durian fillings and gula melaka for a sweet finish.

Address: 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966
Telephone: 6338 7600

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11. Bread Garden – halal durian mooncake in traditional style

bread garden mooncake
Image credit: Bread Garden

Durian mooncakes usually come in snowskin form, but those who still have a penchant for the crumby, baked traditional crust can find comfort in Bread Garden’s Durian Lotus mooncakes. Not only is each piece carefully handcrafted fresh with advance orders of a minimum of 5 days, but they’re also affordable at just $10 each.

bread garden durian mooncake
Image credit: Bread Garden

Those who still enjoy their durian fix in snowskin form don’t need to fret – their MSW Durian in snowskin series features thick and creamy durian flesh and a chewy, soft exterior for $23 each. Plus, all their goodies are Halal-certified so everyone can enjoy them!

Address: Check out Bread Garden’s full list of locations.
Telephone: 9795 6033 (SMS and WhatsApp)

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12. Home’s Favourite – gold dust and dragon design

Homes favourite mooncake
Snowskin Top Grade Black Gold Mao Shan Wang Durian Mooncake
Image credit: @dennistanyh

You’d expect the usual suspects of D24 and MSW options for durian mooncakes, but not at Home’s Favourite. Instead, they have 11 different variations of 4 pieces/box, with options from the likes of Crystal Golden Pearl Durian Mooncake ($78.40, U.P. $98) to X.O. Durian Mooncake ($73.60, U.P. $92) that has a hint of alcohol for a unique taste. 

One of their bestsellers is their Black Gold Mao Shan Wang Durian Mooncake ($73.60, U.P. $92) – and for good reason. With speckles of gold dust toppings and a bittersweet taste that won’t give you a sugar rush, it’ll tempt you for second helpings.

Address: Check out Home’s Favourite’s full list of locations.
Telephone: 6272 2028

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13. Hai Tien Lo – best-selling MSW Durian Snowskin

hai tien lo mooncakeImage credit: Pan Pacific

Available from now till 1st October 2020, Pan Pacific’s restaurant Hai Tien Lo has a range of mooncakes that includes their best selling Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin – packed in a box of 4 for $88.80.

Besides an exquisite durian taste, you can also look forward to the regal-looking box packaging and free delivery for orders $100 and above. 

Address: Level 3, Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595
Telephone: 9009 5936

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Where to get durian mooncakes in Singapore

If you can’t wait to fill your fridge with the aroma of durian mooncakes, it’s time to start placing orders from the many places in Singapore you can get them. Mooncake season is a once-a-year affair after all, so there’s no harm in going all out to treat yourself!

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This article contains partial partnership content. However, all opinions are ours.
Cover image adapted from: Golden Moments, Intercontinental Singapore, Pan Pacific
Originally published on 4th September 2020. Last updated by Raewyn Koh on 10th August 2021.