1. Buddha Shaped Pears @ RM39.00 / Each
These pears look exactly like a Buddha statue, even down to the facial details.
2. Sekai Ichi Apples @ RM92 / Each
The name Sekai Ichi translates into English as “World’s Number One” and they are the most expensive apples in the world.
3. Dekopon Citrus @ RM353 / Pack Of Six
These oranges look much different than others due to the fact that they are the size of softballs and have a huge hump on the very top.
4. Sembikiya Queen Strawberries @ RM375 / Pack Of Twelve
The Sembikiya Queen Strawberries package is perhaps the fanciest of all arrangements on this list. We are pretty sure you have seen the perfect strawberry at your local market, the one that is red all the way through with a dark green leaf at the top and have the seeds of pure white popping out from the skin. And what makes these Sembikiya Queen Strawberries special is that they all look perfect. The ones that don’t look good gets tossed out.
5. Square Watermelon @ RM3,532 / Each
These watermelons are grown in Japan and they are sold at department stores across Japan. Most people don’t even eat them, and instead use them as decorations.
6. Pineapples From The Lost Gardens Of Heligan @ RM7,065 / Each
The Lost Gardens of Heligan is one of the most well known botanical spots in all of the United Kingdom. Pineapple pits aren’t quite common in Europe, as Heligan has the only one left in the entire continent. To keep the pit going, two giant mud structures are based in rotting manure to help the pineapples grow and stay ripe. That’s right! People are actually willing to pay RM7,065 for one pineapple that was grown in mud and rotting poop.
7. Taiyo no Tamago Mangoes @ RM13,247 / Per Pair
Taiyo no Tamago translates into English as “Egg of the Sun”. They don’t taste like eggs, but they do taste quite the mango.
8. Ruby Roman Grapes @ RM17,663 / Per Bunch
These grapes are known as table grapes, and they are about the size of ping pong balls. The Ishikawa Prefecture in Japan is the only spot where you can find the mighty Ruby Roman grapes.
9. Densuke Watermelon @ RM26,937 / Each
What makes this Densuke watermelon different compared to any other watermelons in the world is the fact that it’s quite a bit larger and has a black rind. The ludicrously high price tag comes as a result of its rarity.
10. Yubari King Melon @ RM101,565 / Per Pair
Cantaloupe is one of those things that you either really love, or just absolutely hate it. For those that do love the taste, then the Yubari King is the top of the line. You can only find these RM100k per pair fruits on the Hokkaido island near Sapporo.