A spider web of raffia string radiating from the trunk of the durian tree to each durian on the tree.
This was a tall tree so a lot of hard work must have gone into the tying of these strings - dangerous.
Close-up view so you can see how the durian was tied.
At the trunk, all the lines terminated in a circle.
Up above, the raffia strings were looped on top of the branch then tied around the durian. The durians were tied this way if they were of good quality and also if the gound is hard. The owner does not want the durians to fall and hit the solid ground or huge roots. If that happens then the inside of the fruit may become marshy due to the impact or the fruit may open up.