5 Durian Heaven for Durian Lovers

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Durian season comes and go in a blink of an eye, and many people are willing to travel near and far just to satisfy their cravings before the season goes off.  Not just locals, but there are tourists who
If you are a huge fan of the King of the Fruits itself, we have found 5 places around Klang Valley where you can enjoy durian all year long:

1. Charlie’s Café


Tucked away in the neighbourhood area of Taman Desa, there stood a café named Charlie’s Café founded by a husband and wife team, Desonny Tuzan and Debra, which are both from Sabah. Unlike many cafes around town, this pork-free café started off with the idea of paying forward and blessing the community. They also work with the Orang Asli community in sourcing fresh produce and one of them are durians. If you love durian, the creamy D24 Soft Serve and rich Durian Cheesecake is not to be missed.

Address: 29, Jalan Bukit Desa 5, Taman Bukit Desa, Kuala Lumpur
Contact: 012-816 0003



2. The Humble Pie

Leaving a career that you have built for years and diving into a whole new territory can be scary at times, but The Humble Pie has shown that with the heart and passion you could achieve your dreams. The Humble Pie was opened in May 2014 with the intention to gradually introduce the food, but was forced to accelerate their plan due to overwhelming demand. This small neighbourhood café is cosy and with a rather minimalist interior. As the catchy name suggested, the café offers quite a range of both sweet and savoury pies; and the Duffee and seasonal signature Musang King Pie are definitely a treat for durian lovers.

Address: No.11, Jalan 17/45, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Contact: 03-7932 1793

3. BingSu Café

From drama to music, the Korean wave has taken Malaysia by storm. Along with the K-pop wave, many Korean cafes and dessert places can be easily spotted around Klang Valley. One of the craze would definitely have to be bingsu. One of the places that you can enjoy this Korean sweet treat is BingSu Café at Damansara Uptown. While travelling in Korea, the family came across bingsu and fell in love with this Korean dessert. With the intention of introducing authentic bingsu to the public, they have partnered up with Korean collaborators offering classic bingsu as well as local favourite – Durian Mango Bingsu.

Address: 28, Jalan SS 21/35, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Contact: 03-7733 3086

4. U Pizzeria

The owners of U Pizzeria are very experience in the F&B industry, especially when it comes to pizza making. Understood the importance of having good pizza dough, U Pizzeria had been selective over the combination of flour they uses in making the dough. In order to excite their customers, U Pizzeria has been constantly going through R&D process to create new flavours, and one of their creation is the dessert pizza – Musang King Pizza!

Address: No.23, Jalan USJ 21/11, Subang Jaya
Contact: 03-8011 8888

5. DurianBB Park

Credit: DurianBB Park Facebook

Ever imagine or wish you are surrounded by durian? You can now at DurianBB Park, a newly opened durian paradise for all of you durian lovers out there! The park is decorated with cute durian mascots and containers offering different types of durian. Can’t decide which one to have? Go for their platter then! You get to taste 5 different types of durian. On top of the fruit itself, you can find lots of durian-made products too, such as durian egg roll, durian dodol, durian gelato and many more. We know how scorching hot the sun can be at Malaysia, so DurianBB Park has also set up an indoor sitting area where you can enjoy durian in a more private or cooling area.

Address: No.15, Jalan Kamuning, Off Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: 012-678 5445

Durian lovers, if you are thinking where to go for a holiday, why not check out Traveloka Malaysia and book yourself a trip to Malaysia with Air Asia Promo!

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