Malaysian fruits such as durians, rambutans, langsat, mangosteen, pineapples, water-melons and pomeloes are usually sold at these roadside stalls when they are in season, although they are also available at supermarkets and hypermarkets in the towns and cities.
In the Malay kampung or village, we may find many of these fruit trees as they are usually very easily planted. Being tropical fruits, the seeds of the fruit trees and stems easily germinate when rain and sun combine to make them very conducive for growth.
Malaysians regard the durian as the "King of Fruits" for its popularity and demand when in season. Most Malaysians would call it the best fruit in the world, for its tastes and smell when fresh.