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King Of The Fruits Online Delivery In Singapore

DURIAN LOVERS IN SINGAPORE, you are in for a treat!

Durian, the king of fruits, it is either loved by many or "detested" by some.  For us durian lovers, the fragrance is breathtaking and the cravings for this fruit can be pretty strong when we think of the creamy durian flesh in our mouth.  LOL.... During the recovery of this Covid19 Pandemic in Malaysia, the durian season was on and that did not deter me from ordering some durians via online.  Two boxes of Musang King were delivered to my house and the cravings was duly satisfied.  Now we have to drive all the way out to get them, no more doorstep delivery in my area and no more good durians guaranteed when we buy them from the vendors.

Unlike this website from 8durian.com in Singapore, you can now order the freshest durians online and have them delivered right to your doorstep.  Well, you might ask, what is so great about this 8durian?  From what I read from their website, these durians are freshly plucked from the plantation in Pahang, graded with care and arriving in Singapore before noon.  8Durian adopts good and stringent durian farming with state or art technologies and premium tools to ensure that the durians are the best of the best!  They are then de-husked and hygienically sealed to ensure freshness before they are delivered to the customers on the same day.  All these are critically acclaimed by renowned food critics and popularly loved by thousands of Singaporeans.

So how do you order?  Very easy, just a few simple steps as mentioned below:
1.  Log in to https://8durian.com
2.  Choose your favourite type of durian and add to cart
3.  Fill in your details and select your preferred time slot for delivery
3.  Place order and fill in your payment details
4.  The durians will be delivered within an hour.
5.  Free delivery for orders above $100.

Sounds good, right?  No hustle since everything is done online, no sweat and bargaining needed, you just have to sit back and relax.... Enjoy the King of the Fruits from 8Durian!

Hurry now... the durian season is going to be over soon!
Yummy!!

Comments

  1. Here also got durian delivery but I don't want to order because I want to eat at Durian stalls but don't dare to. Lolx!

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  2. We have Musang King in Sibu too, think they import from your side. No, thank you!

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  3. In Melaka no delivery of Durian yet I guess. But it is always better to eat your durian on the spot. :D

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  4. Wah. Now can even order durian online. Did not have any durian this year. Not craving or crazy about it. Hehe.

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  5. We have deliveries in KL and the prices have fallen like Durian Runtuh. Lolol

    I was shocked when my friend told me the cost of Musang King durians in Singapore and China.

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  6. But must be careful when ordering online, we often read news that customers are shortchanged.

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