Below are the full contact details for Durian Projects Group Sdn. Bhd.
The Vertical Business Suites
Unit No. 02-11, Block A,
No. 8, Jalan Kerinchi
59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Telephone: +603 4810 6818
ABOUT DURIAN PROJECTS
Durian Projects is Malaysian based company committed to ensuring the sustainable production of high quality and in demand Durians from Malaysia for domestic and export consumption. Durian Projects specializes in growing and marketing Musang King and other high value Durian varieties such as Black Thorn and Tupai King.
Durian Projects believes that with rising demand comes great responsibility. A responsibility to protect our environment while we strive for business expansion and profitability.
The Palm Oil industry has destroyed Malaysia’s natural ecosystems and we call on the Durian industry to learn from the past. We are doing our part and strive to bring Malaysian Durians to the world.
Durian Projects are proud to be at the forefront of this growing industry and are ideally positioned to cater to the growing needs of China, Singapore, Hong Kong and the entire region.
Durian Projects provides a secure purchase process for all its clients. Durian Projects clients are owners with every sense of the word, receiving shares in the project which are administered by an independent fully regulated Trustee. This means that everything is clear, visible and documented providing security to all parties. The Trustee oversees the distribution of dividends and all funds.
The top Durian Projects are
1) Musang King Durian Projects also known as Mao Shan Wang
2) Black Thorn Durian Projects
What Is Durian?
Durian, nicknamed the “king of fruits,” is a large, spiky, greenish-brown fruit that is well-loved in its native Southeast Asia. The fruit is known for its strong odor when ripe, which can vary depending on the variety of durian. Many people find the odor off-putting, and the fresh fruit has even been banned from some public places and mass transit.
Durians often crack open when ripe, making extracting the edible flesh inside relatively easy (while also distributing that famous aroma). A large knife or cleaver is otherwise used, and the white, yellow, or red flesh—beloved by many for its custardy texture and unique flavor—can be eaten raw or cooked. Durian’s short season and limited shelf-life, as well as rising demand, means the fruit is relatively expensive, particularly when imported.
Currently, Durian Projects Musang King Durian is like black-market gold. It’s the most sought after, desired and expensive of all the durian projects varieties, selling for more than twice the price of average durian.
It’s also the durian most likely to be faked. That’s right: unscrupulous durian vendors will try to pull a fast one on the naive and sell an average durian under the name and price of the famous Musang King Durian. Luckily, all durian varieties have slightly different shapes, colors, and spikes and you can learn to distinguish a true Musang King Durian from a fake.