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2013-10-12 71 views
We were walking around and chanced upon this stall where many people are eating chendol, and decided to give it a try. The normal chendol costs $1.50, and it's the traditional kind, rich and thick coconut taste, but I found it a little too sweet for my liking. I got the durian chendol at $2. It tasted weird at first but the durian was very very good, very fragrant and sweet. For a rather big slab of durian flesh, $2 is pretty alright.