This tropical fruit specific to Southeast Asia – its name comes from the Malaysian Duri, which means thorn – is very special. First of all by its shape (a rugby ball surrounded by spines) but above all by its smell – let’s say the word pestilential – when it has reached maturity. Tourists who love strong cheeses generally love it, as do all Bali residents. This year, the season starts earlier than usual and looks promising. An experience not to be missed on your next visit to Dajuma!
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