South China's Hainan Province has introduced a new variety of durians: the tree-ripened species. It has golden yellow flesh and is very full-flavored.
Durians produced in Sanya, Hainan Province usually ripen on trees to maximum palatability.
People can open it easily along its natural crack lines. The flesh does not stick to the shells, cores, or hands.
Hainan is a tropical island province in China with climate conditions similar to durian-producing countries such as Thailand and Malaysia.