Thanks to the current hot weather, durian lovers are experiencing a fruit windfall this season.
The Straits Times reported that prices have fallen by as much as 40 per cent. Popular varieties of durians, like the Mao Shan Wang, are now going for $12 to $20 per kg, a drastic reduction from the highs of more than $40 last year.
Purists might insist that the only way to enjoy durians is in its unadulterated form. But if you want to experiment or looking for something for exciting and unique, here are some other ways you can have the fruit!
Text: Yeoh Wee Teck/The New Paper