Durian – Sometimes named the "king of fruits", native to Borneo and Sumatra (with hundreds varieties in Indonesia), with a shape from oblong to round, from husk green to brown, and a flesh from pale yellow to red - It has a special fragrance, which could be considered pleasant or not, its overpowering aroma leading sometimes to the fruit's banishment from certain places.
Durian - Parfois appelé le "roi des fruits", originaire de Bornéo et de Sumatra (avec des centaines de variétés en Indonésie), de forme oblongue à ronde, vert à brun, et de chair allant du jaune pâle au rouge - Son odeur peut être considérée comme agréable ou non, son arôme puissant conduisant parfois au bannissement du fruit de certains endroits.Any suggestion, improvement…? Many thanks and please, contact us…
Jakarta is nicknamed the Big Durian as this fruit is native to the region.
“Two durian fruits have sold for nearly US$1,000 each in Indonesia, an eye-watering price that lit up social media and prompted awestruck fans to take selfies with the pungent pair. Fetching Rp 14 million ($990) each, the spiky fruits were displayed in a clear case on red satin and surrounded by fake flowers at a supermarket in Tasikmalaya, a city in West Java province. The price tag was about eight times the local monthly minimum wage.” (source: thejakartapost.com - AFP/Rahmad Suryadi – 2019)