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Exotic Fruits in Thailand – Durian ( The King of Fruits)

Thai favourite durian – premium Kan Yao (1500 -2000 THB each) Durian (Durio zibethinus) is a spiky fruit native to Southeast Asia. Known as the “King of Fruits“,??the fruit??has a strong and pungent flavour; either you love it or hate it. The flesh is thick and has a smooth texture and?? taste wise ??is very [...]

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Fruit Drinks of Thailand

A beautiful drink vendor at Amphawa walking street (Thailand) Thailand is known not only for its amazing tourist attractions and delectable dishes but also for its juicy and yummy fruits. There is a great variety of fruits in Thailand used in drinks such as Bananas (kluay), Guava (farang), Papaya (malago), Thai tangerines (som), Pineapple (sapparot), [...]

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Lucky Tree in Thailand – Mayom (Star Gooseberry)

Mayom (????????????) (Star Gooseberry)- Fruits Star Gooseberry tree (Mayom in Thai) is common in the Pacific islands, SE Asia, and in India in home gardens. The evergreen tree has long been naturalised in Thailand growing up to nine meters with yellowish green berries in the form of a star, and with the scientific name Phyllanthus [...]

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Fruits of Thailand – Watermelon (Taeng-mo)

Fruits of Thailand – Watermelon Seller (Surin Province) Watermelon (Taeng-mo)

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Seasonal Fruits in Thailand – Ma-praang or ma-yom (Bouea macrophylla Griff.)

Seasonal Fruit in Thailand – Ma-praang or ma-yom (Bouea macrophylla Griff.) Ma Praang ?????????????????? or ma-yom (Bouea macrophylla) is a popular seasonal fruit in Thailand. A tropical fruit tree native to Southeast Asia belongs to the family Anacardiaceae, and is related to the mango. The entire fruit, including its single violet seed, is edible.The orange [...]

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Thai Tangerine (Small mandarine oranges (Som Jean)) – Auspicious Fruit for Chinese New Year

Thai Tangerines (Small Mandarine Oranges) @ Bangkok (Thailand) Because of the hot tropical climate and abundant rainfall, Thailand is ideal to grow a variety of fruits.??Tangerine??is a tropical and sub-tropical tree probably native to Southern China, the Philippines and the Malay Archipelago. Citrus is a common term and genus of flowering??plant??in the family of Rutaceae. [...]

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