Mr Tuan Kit Sian, Founder of Parkway Durian

Our Story

The founder of Parkway Durian started his career in 1979. Kit Sian was an apprentice from 1979 to 1995. In 1995, the diligent and passionate Kit Sian decided to establish his own Durian store at Marine Parade Central. Kit Sian is hardworking. During those days he starts his days at 8am and ends his days at 12pm. After a couple of years, Parkway Durian has managed to create a rapport with the residents in Marine Parade and even those who are from other parts of the city flocked to the store. It is never a surprise to see a long queue in front of the store during the peak of the durian season. Kit Sian’s sheer passion and love for Durian has led him to constantly source out the best durians for his customer and develop methods to improve Parkway Durian.

In 2017, Parkway Durian is officially incepted. In the same year, Parkway Durian also established its very own online store along with the introduction of the Bubble Durian concept, air-tight sealed container.

Parkway Durian is continuously committed in sourcing for the best fruits and pursue innovation and creativity with the aim to enhance the Parkway Durian experience.

With our many years of experience and history we are proud that we are still able to continue to serve the people of Singapore.

About Our Logo

The King of Fruits is for the people who are passionate about life and it is an iconic symbol of the Southeast Asia countries.

The Blue Waves – represents East Coast of Singapore, where Parkway Durian is located, and versatility in Parkway Durian’s operation model.

The Durians – The King of King of Fruits: Mao Shan Wang


We strive to be the trusted source for good quality durians.


Integrity – Integrity is the most fundamental value that builds trusts between people and our business. We are accountable for our actions and stay true in the values we believe.

Committed to Excellence – Parkway Durian ensures top quality in our products and we are committed to excellence. “Only the best is good enough.”

Humility – We need the humility to accept and correct our mistakes, and take every success as an opportunity to do better. True humility is to stay teachable regardless of how much we already know.

People-Oriented – We believe in respect, teamwork and the welfare of people in order to build a cohesive community and good rapport.