Thursday, 29 November 2012

Another trip to Bao Sheng Durian Farm

It is still not too late to make a trip to the Bao Sheng Durian Farm in Sungai Pinang, about 10 kilometres either direction from Balik Pulau or Teluk Bahang. Still time to savour some of the most delectable durian fruit in the country. The end-of-year season will most probably last until the middle of December.

Just last week, I managed to pull along two friends to visit TS Chang (more popularly known as Durian Seng). I've been here countless times but this was the first time for Long Kin and Heng Swee. I don't think they were disappointed with the visit. I never am.

Despite it being a weekday, there were quite a number of other people around. That says a lot about the popularity of Bao Sheng, doesn't it? Its name is already known far and wide. For the record, we had the Green Skin Ang Bak, Hor Lor and Red Prawn. Good variety.

Durian Seng with Heng Swee, myself and Long Kin before the start of the feast. 

Durian Seng's son has obviously learnt well from his father. 

Me with the Ang Heh (Red Prawn) variety. 

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