Durian Hor Lor
The durian Hor Lor is also one of the precious durian varieties among others, and it is known as Hor Lor D163, which is produced in Penang, Pahang, and Johor, Malaysia. It is very lucky to eat durian Hor Lor, because most durian Hor Lor comes from old trees. The deliciousness of durian Hor Lor won the award in the durian competitions of 1987 and 1988.
The durian Hor Lor is not difficult to recognize, because its shape is like a Chinese gourd with a waist shape, and that’s where durian Hor Lor derived from it. It is mostly an oblong shape with tight spikes. It’s good news if you got a small durian Hor Lor as the taste will be better.
Some durian Hor Lor will appear dry or wrinkled in the upper half, and the seed is also very small, but the taste is slightly bitter. And many people will look for durian Hor Lor that comes from the durian tree over 40 years old, as it would have a taste that similar to chocolate.
坤宝榴莲是1991年榴莲冠军的榴莲品种，一粒坤宝榴莲可以是3公斤以上,也被称为D164坤宝榴莲。褐青色、圆状果壳的坤宝榴莲里有着红橙色果肉, 略带苦甘, 特大码的坤宝榴莲尤其美味。此种坤宝榴莲原产于双溪槟榔大弯桥，是由已故刘坤宝所栽种，虽然听闻母树已枯，但目前为驳枝的榴梿树还能产出一流的坤宝榴莲。
Durian Khun Poh
Durian Khun Poh is the champion of durian species in the 1991 durian competition. One durian Khun Poh weighs more than 3 kg, and it is also known as durian D164. The brownish-green, round-shaped shell of durian Khun Poh has red and orange flesh. It has a sweet and slightly bitter taste. The extra-large durian Khun Poh is particularly delicious. Durian Khun Poh is produced locally in Penang River, Penang which planted by Mr Liew Khun Poh. Although we heard that the mother tree is gone, the existing branched durian tree still could produce first-class durian Khun Poh for the market.
A lot of durian species are produced in Penang, Malaysia, including durian Lipan. Durian Lipan
is also known as “Yah Kang” durian. The long-shaped husk and medium-thick young spines are part of the characteristics of durian Lipan. There was a saying that many centipedes lying under the durian tree, and that’s why it named durian Lipan. Durian Lipan has milky white, dry flesh which tastes insignificantly bitter.
小红肉榴莲也被称为“Ang Bak Kia”，当地马来人称它为M5, 其味道苦中带甘甜，金黄色果肉紧实黏嘴。 小红肉榴莲出产地多来自槟城。
Durain Ang Bak Kia
The durian “Ang Bak Kia” is also known as ” Penang M5″ or “Xiao Hong”. The Malays in local called it M5. The golden yellow flesh tastes bitter and sweet with firm sticky. The origin of durian Ang Bak Kia is mostly from Penang.
Durian Green Skin
Durian Green skin is produced in Penang, Malaysia. The name of durian green skin comes from its bright-green colored shell which has the melon shape. Its white flesh is smooth and sweet. The flesh that comes from green skin old tree is a little black, with slippery sticky taste.
Durian Capri is originally at Penang, Teluk Kumbar. The parent tree of durian Capri was planted in the 1960s consequently only grafted and planted in the 1970s. Due to its low yield with precious value, it is named as the white jade pearl. Its fruit shape is small, weighing from 700 grams to 2 kilograms with small thorn patterns that give you the bitter taste. Its pale white flesh is thick with dry sticky features. Due to the special taste of this type of durian, the durian owner generally would suggest the buyer eat it at last when they are having other durian species.
红虾榴莲也被榴莲商称为D13、D175 、Ang Heh，出产地有泰国与马来西亚。生产红虾榴莲多来自大马北部，而槟城是生产红虾的最大州属，浮罗山背是红虾的原产故地。红虾的果壳会因树龄不同，有青褐的或者棕黄色的，刺小量大，刺根较粗，刺颈长，刺尖锋利，形状多为长椭圆形，每粒约2公斤。果肉呈橙红颜色，核小纤维少，甜苦相伴，回味持久。最值得注意的是它是1989榴莲比赛的果中之王，但是产量少，价钱也因而较贵，榴莲价值仅次于猫山王。
Durian Red Prawn
Red prawn durian is also known as D13, D175, Hong Xia、Ang Heh、Udang Merah Heh by the durian traders. The durian is generally originated from Thailand and Malaysia. The production of red shrimp durian mostly comes from northern Malaysia, while Penang is the largest state producing red shrimp, and Langkawi is the origin of red prawn durian. The shells of red prawns may be greenish brown or brownish-yellow depending on the age of the tree. The spines are small in number, the roots are thick, the spines are long, the spines are sharp, and the shape is mostly oblong, each about 2 kg. The flesh is orange-red in color, with little nucleus fiber, accompanied by sweetness and bitterness, with a long bittersweet aftertaste. The most notable thing is that it was awarded as king of the fruits in 1989 durian competition, but the price is relatively expensive due to the production is low. The price of this kind of durian is second high compared to the Musang King.