If you are looking for durians in Petaling Jaya, head for Jalan SS2/65 which is located beside the police station or Jalan 19/3 where the front of the stalls face Jalan Harapan.
The stalls are usually opened from noon until midnight during the peak durian season from May to Sept and Nov to Jan. However, they are also open during off season whenever this king of the fruits are fruiting in various parts of Malaysia. These stalls are open-air stalls with basic washing facility and water.
The thorny King of the fruits placed on the racks at the stalls.
The promotion starts from RM10 to RM30 depending on your budget. Lower price will be serve lower grade though one who is new may not be able to differentiate the taste of this fruit.
For those who have been eating this fruit, you may want to try the premium grade types such as Raja Kunyit or also known as "Mao Shan Wang" in Chinese, Udang Merah, Traka, Jiu Ji, Tawa, Mas Pahang and D24. The premium grade price can go up as high as RM50 per kg.
If you are new to this fruit, you may not like it initially as it gives a strong smell. Many hotels and restaurants forbid this fruit in their premises due to this reason. Most westerners do not like it on the first try but there are also many who have acquired the taste and have been enjoying this fruit especially those who have been in this region (Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia) for some time.