Fruits

Star fruit is a sweet and sour fruit that has the shape of a five-point star. The star fruit is yellow or green in color. The skin is edible and the flesh has a mild, sour flavor that makes it popular in a number of dishes.

Jujube fruit is native to Southern Asia and has become popular around the world. These small round fruits with a seed-containing pit grow on large flowering shrubs or trees. When ripe, they are dark red or purple and may appear slightly wrinkled.

Aromatic coconut is a fruit that is outstanding for the taste of its water and delicious sweet meat. Thai coconut's uniqueness is “aromatic” qualification that other breeds do not have.

Rose Apple is very common in Thailand. It has a bell shaped and similar in texture to an apple. It has a shiny skin that is either pink or green in color and extremely refreshing with a crisp and crunchy taste.

Baby pineapple is a small variety of pineapple. Its appearance and flavor are similar to that of the large pineapple. The fruit has delicious sweet flesh inside. In contrast to the ordinary pineapple, the center of the baby pineapple is soft and sweet and therefore edible.

The passion fruit is a sweet, exotic fruit with a delicious, slightly tart flavor. The fruit is round and has a hard skin. It contains yellow pulp with black, edible seeds.

Tamarind is a tropical fruit. The fruit has a fleshy, juicy, acidic pulp. It is mature when the flesh is colored brown or reddish brown. The seeds are somewhat flattened, and a glossy brown. The fruit is best described as sweet and sour in taste and also high in nutrition.

Pomelo is one type of citrus fruits. It is pale green to yellow when ripe, with sweet white (or, more rarely, pink or red) flesh, and a very thick rind. It tastes like a grapefruit but without the bitterness or sour flavor.

Jackfruit is a large starchy fruit of approximately 10 to 20 kilos. The oval shaped green fruit has thick thorny skin. When you remove the skin, you can see the jackfruit contains many small yellow bulbs. The yellow flesh of the jackfruit is sweet and has a very specific fruity aroma.

The flesh of watermelons turning yellow is a natural mutation. The fruit has a sweeter, honey-like flavor as compared to red-fleshed melons, but many of the same nutritional benefits.

The big round or oval fruits have a thick rind and a fleshy center, usually with many dark brown to black seeds. The fruits has a green and yellow color on the outside. The flesh inside is usually red, but color variations include type with yellow or orange flesh.

Salak has a shiny reddish-brown scaly skin. The outside of the fruit, which is also known as snake fruit. The flesh is yellow-white to pink. There are big, flat inedible seeds in the middle of the fruit. The flesh has a crispy apple-like texture, it is juicy and has a tangy flavor.

Marian Plum is a tropical fruit that looks like eggs and has a smooth skin. When it is unripe, it is green. When it is ripe, it turns yellowish. It tastes juicy, sweet and a little bit sour.

This little fruit is native of Southern Asia and it is quite popular in Thailand. The fruit looks like a small potato and contains a few seeds. The taste is a bit similar to the grape.

Sapodilla has brown skin and is similar in appearance to a small potato with its oval shape and small size. It is very soft inside with brownish or yellowish colors and some black seeds. The taste is very firm, malty, sweet, and juicy.

Longan, also known as “Dragon eye”. Longan is soft and smaller than lychee fruit. It is available abundantly in the summer season and can be consumed either raw or as dried fruits. Longan has a brown and fragile skin. It has sensitive and translucent white flesh which has a musky grape like flavor, encasing a tiny black seed.

Rambutan is a small round shaped fruit, it is the same size as a lychee and it has leathery skin.The skin is covered in soft spines which are green to dark red. The firm white flesh is juicy and sweet.

Custard apple is a tropical fruit which is also called sugar apple or sweet-sop. The fruits vary in shape, heart-shaped, spherical or oblong. The flesh is very juicy and aromatic. The flavor is sweet and pleasant, akin to the taste of traditional custard.

A lychee is a small exotic fruit consisting of semi-transparent flesh surrounded by a rough skin which is easy to peel off. The rough skin of the lychee is pinkish red and has small prickles. The skin is not edible. The flesh of this small fruit is sweet and very juicy.

Guava is another tropical fruit rich in high-profile nutrients. With its unique flavor, taste, and health-promoting qualities, the fruit easily fits into the category of new functional foods, often labeled as “super-fruit.” The flesh may be white or pink with a core of small edible seeds.

Durian is the King of tropical fruits. It has a hugely stalked and pendulous skin. Inner pale yellow flesh is found in a capsule that is split into 3 to 5 segments. Each segment contains 1 to 5 seeds, each of which is embedded in a sweet, rich and creamy pulp.

Red Dragon fruit look almost identical to the white-fleshed variety. Among the different variants, the red-flesh fruit is the tastiest and sweeter than others.

Dragon fruits are oval, reddish-pink fruits. The leather-like skin is partially covered with green scales, and the pulp has small black seeds all over, that look like kiwi seeds. It has a mild tast of slightly sweet flavor.

Mangosteen is known as “Queen of all Fruits”. It is a tropical fruit that is mostly grown in hot and humid climates of Southeast Asia. The outer rind of mangosteen is a bit hard and the fruit in the center is soft and white in color. It is juicy with a perfect balance of sweet and tangy flavor.

Green mango is a dull green, oblong fruit with a curved and slightly pointed tip. The Thai sweet green mango is extremely crunchy, with nutty and slightly floral notes.

Light yellow in color with a golden-yellow and thick flesh, this breed has a sweet fragrance and is usually eaten when fully ripe. Huge in size, elongated with a sharp end, this is the most popular variety of mango grown in Thailand.

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