A Shiok Evening Of Durian Dessert And Your Favourite Netflix

Lady watching video while snacking

New experiences are hard to come by in our Little Red Dot. Sure, you could go out to the usual places in Singapore and paint the town. But you would rather rein it in for a relaxing time indoors on Netflix and have some quiet to yourself over the weekend.

What if you could get the best of both worlds? Unwind at home and grace your tongue with top  Mao Shan Wang durian desserts that match Singapore’s now trending Netflix shows for the ultimate shiok evening.

On a mission to combine both all-time favourite activities of Singaporeans, this article writes a balance between having a new experience and some good old quality “me time”. Who could resist? 

1. Emily in Paris And Mao Shan Wang Durian Puff

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A rom-com drama series and a Netflix Original, Emily in Paris, made it into Singapore’s top 10 must-watch list. The show begins with an American girl living out her dream (and our fantasies) in Paris’s gorgeous city; a new job, new friends, and of course, jealous arch-rivals.

Mao Shan Wang Durian Puff

Watch her life unfold with laughter, tears, and tumultuous battles of feminism in a foreign land. As you feast your eyes on Paris landmarks’ most picturesque architecture, indulge in the ultimate Parisian desserts: puff pastries and Mille-feuille.

Mao Shan Wang Mille Crepe Cake

Enjoy the show with a Singaporean twist. Bite into soft fluffy puff pastry and plunge your tongue in the yellow, bitter-sweet creamy custard of theMao Shan Wang durian puff. Or feel the intensity of durian flavours within each layer of the Mao Shan Wang Mille Crepe Cake. These decadent French-inspired delights will make you feel like you’re right there exploring Paris with Emily.

2. Modern Family and Mao Shan Wang Durian Mousse Cake

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The Golden Globes, Emmy, Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards, Director Guilds Awards… you get the picture. Modern Family is an award-winning comedy series treading on the lighter side of everyday household friction in an atypical family dynamic brought about by modern-day society.

Mao Shan Wang Durian Mousse Cake

This fun sitcom’s warm, loving nuances makes you want to pull out durian desserts to share and spend good quality time with your loved ones. And what better way to do so than with a whole Mao Shan Wang durian mousse cake? Perfect for splitting with the family, each of you can take a slice and burst out in laughter at the show’s witty antiques.

3. Money Heist and Mao Shan Wang Durian Ice Cream

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If comedy isn’t up your alley and you prefer a shot of excitement, succumb to the thrill of a dangerous crime, scheming malice, surprising twists, and betrayal with Money Heist. Nothing is as it seems with these manipulative criminal masterminds, as they string along with the police and the audience for an exhilarating ride.

Mao Shan Wang Durian Ice Cream

With a formidable flavour to match the show, sit at the very edge of your seat with an alluring bowl of sinful Mao Shan Wang durian ice cream—every Singaporean’s guilty pleasure. Enjoy a pint of this ice-cold treat as the thickening felonious plot unfolds.

4. Joanna Lumley’s Japan and Durian Mochi

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Who says you can’t travel from the comfort of your home? Magically zap yourself to a different country with a travel documentary like Joanna Lumley’s Japan. This must-catch series topped the local charts as Singaporeans finally found an outlet for their built-up wanderlust.

Durian Mochi

Featuring a 2,000-mile journey from Southern to Northern Japan, get a taste of Japan’s most authentic cultural dessert, the mochi. Sink your teeth in satisfying soft and velvety smooth durian mochi in Singapore as you learn about all the fascinating facets and unveil the mysterious cloak for an inside look genuine Japanese lifestyle. 

Netflix And Chill With Durian Desserts

There’s no better way to end the day than to dig into a brand new Netflix series and a luxurious durian dessert you’ve never tried before. Enjoy an ultimate evening of new experiences, even if you’re a homebody in Singapore. Durians have never tasted this rewarding than when you pair the best of Netflix shows with the perfect durian dessert.