Last Updated: May 4, 2020
Durian lovers, rejoice! Durian stall too far? Too late to go out? No durians allowed on public transport? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Durian delivery services are starting to bloom this season. Whenever you’re craving for some durians, you can get them delivered right to your doorstep.
We’ve collated a list of 15 durian delivery services in Singapore so all you durian lovers can enjoy your durians without any fuss!
Apart from selling durians, 99 Old Trees Durian also sells durian pulp, and they even host tasting sessions and durian parties.
They charge only S$9.90 for islandwide delivery and it’s free-of-charge for orders above S$150. For same-day delivery, be sure to order before 5pm. Otherwise, your order will be delivered the following day.
With online durian delivery, consumers like you and I might have concerns about getting less than our money’s worth, i.e. getting “cheated”. 99 Old Trees Durian has come up with a solution to this problem—for utmost transparency, they will sell durians by the nett flesh weight, instead of selling the whole durian together with the husk. This means you won’t have to pay for the weight of inedible thorny husks!
While still in its early days, they’re also exploring technology like dynamic CCTVs and Facebook Live to document every step of their process, from durian arrival, to weighing, dehusking, packing, and finally delivery.
We durian lovers can just sit back and enjoy the King of Fruits in the comfort of our homes!
Besides their GrabCar services, now you can even get durian delivery from Grab! GrabDurian is back for another year so that you can get the delicious King of Fruits delivered right to your doorstep.
Grab delivers islandwide, except for Changi, Sentosa, Lim Chu Kang, Pandan Gardens, and Mandai. All the durians are Mao Shan Wang durians from Sagik in Tangkak Johor, Malaysia.
Each GrabDurian box comes with 400g of freshly deshelled durian (that’s at least one whole durian’s worth of flesh), vacuum-packed and ready to be eaten. If you’re saving it for later, remember to pop it in the fridge to keep it fresh!
Delivering fresh durians is no easy feat but Durian Delivery guarantees that your durians will be delivered straight to your door within 6 to 12 hours after they’re plucked.
The delivery fee ranges from S$9.70 to S$12.70, depending on how quickly you want to receive your orders. You may also get it delivered for free as long as your orders are more than S$80. They even deliver to army camps and Sentosa, although at an additional charge of S$10.
I’ve bought shoes, bags, clothes on Shopee but this is my first time hearing that they deliver durians too. As the site involves third parties, it is important to buy from a trusted seller.
Durian Man, Mr Bazaar, and Durian Plantation are some that are recommended. Prices vary according to each seller and the type of durian you choose, so be sure to read their terms and conditions carefully before purchasing.
Jojo Durian provides mainly three sets of durians: Red Prawn Durian Set, Mao Shan Wang Durian Set, and D24 Durian Set. With their supplies from a well-established durian stall at Sims Avenue, Jojo Durian guarantees the freshness of your orders.
Each order is delivered with freshly dehusked durians and a pack of coconut water with hand gloves and tissues.
However, due to the peak season, they don’t deliver on weekends.
Jojo Durian: Tel: +65 9425 8515 | Website
Hand-picked by Pahang’s durian farmers based on the durian’s shape, smell and colour, Durian Papi is known for its Musang King (Mao Shan Wang) durians.
For only S$6, you can have the vacuum-packed thick golden-yellow flesh delivered to your doorstep. With a minimum purchase of two packets of Mao Shan Wang durians, you’ll get to enjoy free shipping.
Allow them to pick a durian that will best suit your tastebuds. With 10 different types of durian for them to choose from, The Durian Story will try their best to introduce a type they think you’ll love.
Although the delivery charge is slightly pricier than others, the personalisation service makes up for it.
128 Durian hosts durian parties and makes the best durian ice cream. If you’re unsatisfied with your order, don’t worry because they have a one-for-one exchange policy.
Sadly, their website doesn’t state the fees or types of durian so be sure to drop them a call and ask if you’re interested in ordering from them.
If you’re buying more than S$120 worth of durian, Durian Garden is the perfect option for you. They have a minimum order of S$120 which includes free delivery islandwide (excluding Sentosa and Jurong Island).
The large quantity makes this durian delivery service perfect for durian parties!
Ordering from Just Durian is simple and efficient. They have an online durian delivery form that allows you to choose the type of durian you want and the preferred timing of your delivery.
They also provide other durian services such as durian buffets, durian catering and a durian party.
However, you’ll need to contact them directly via their website or drop them a call.
One of the more well-known durian delivery services, Fruit Monkeys 梦奇榴莲 has been featured on multiple publications.
There’s a charge of S$15 for delivery which will be added to your bill at the checkout page. On orders more than S$180, they’ll waive the delivery fee.
You can browse the type of durians they offer on their website.
Located on Sims Avenue, Wonderful Durian 旺得福 sells a large range of the different types of durians. Like everything else, people may have different opinions and experiences with this stall.
However, this is one of the stalls that offer a delivery service for your durian orders. As they do not have a website, you will need to contact them to check the prices and fees for the delivery.
Wonderful Durian 旺得福: 47 Sims Avenue, Singapore 387469 | Tel: +65 6747 0191 / +65 6747 1676 | Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)
We all love same-day delivery service, no matter what we’re buying. But it’s even more important for food, especially when it comes to durians, because we’ll want to eat them as fresh as possible.
227 Katong Durian provides same-day deliveries for S$10 per location, and it’s free of charge for orders above S$120.
Melvin’s Durian is one of the stalls that offer a wider range of selection for its durians. Located along Upper Aljunied Lane, you should call in for reservations if you’re planning on heading down to enjoy the durians.
They charge a slightly pricier delivery fee of S$12 for orders below S$80. However, it’s free of charge for orders over S$80.
Melvin’s Durian: 2 Upper Aljunied Lane, #01-02, Singapore 360001 | Tel: +65 8869 0781 | Opening Hours: 1pm – 11pm (Daily) | Facebook
Specialising in Mao Shan Wang durians, Durian Paradise offers homemade Durian Paradise Mao Shan Wang Ice cream (S$6) apart from their regular Mao Shan Wang durians.
As Durian Paradise is quite popular, make sure to grab your share before they’re sold out. You can check how much the delivery fee is at the checkout page. If you order above S$150, you’ll get them delivered for free!
Durian Paradise: 275 Thomson Road, #01-03, Singapore 307645 | Tel: +65 6337 3379 / +65 9641 3379 | Opening Hours: 11am – 11pm (Daily)