World’s Top 10 Most Expensive Fruits



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Most Expensive Fruits in the world Here is the list

10. Buddha Shaped Pears
These pears are specially cultivated in China. The pear appears exactly like Buddha statue. The face that appears in pear and the style in which Buddha used to sit is exactly the same. It is due to a mold made by a Chinese farmer Xianzhang Hao of the Hebei province.

9. Sekai Ichi Apples
‘Sekai ichi’ is a cultivar of apples first released from Japan in 1974. It is considered one of the largest varieties of apples, with an average circumference of 12-18 in and weight of 2.0 lbs. Sekai ichi means “world’s number one” in Japanese.

8. Dekopon Citrus
Dekopon is a seedless and sweet variety of mandarin orange, usually grown in large greenhouses at a constant temperature. These oranges are harvested from December to February (winter in Japan), while in the case of garden farming, they are harvested from March to April.

7. Sembikiya Queen Strawberries
Sembikiya Queen strawberries is named for the swanky fruit store in Tokyo that sells them, each box of twelve is hand selected and perfectly matched. The appearance of this fruit is gorgeous. Their enchanted beauty may forbid you to eat.

6. Square Watermelon
Square Watermelons are produced in Japan. Before 2014, Japan did not export these watermelons outside the world. But in 2014 these watermelons are exported outside the world.

5. Pineapples From The Lost Gardens of Heligan
The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. A pineapple grown in this garden in horse manure is believed to be the world’s most expensive piece of fruit. People are willing to pay $1,600 for one pineapple that was grown in mud and rotting poop.

4. Taiyo no Tamago Mangoes
Taiyo no Tamago is a Japanese word which means in English is “egg of the sun”. These mangoes are called egg of Sun just because of their shape. Mangoes sold under the Taiyo no Tamago (Egg of the Sun) label are selected under strict criteria including weight (each must weigh more than 350 grams) and sugar content, which must be high,

3. Ruby Roman Grapes
The Ruby Roman is a variety of table grape grown and marketed entirely in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. It is red in color and about the size of a ping-pong ball. The first Ruby Roman grapes went on sale in August 2008 for 100,000 Japanese yen (US$910) per 700-gram bunch, or $26 per grape.

2. Densuke Watermelon
Densuke watermelons have a black outer thick skin and a juicy pink interior. There are no stripes or spots on the outside so it resembles a black bowling ball. These watermelons are only grown in the northern island of Hokkaido,

1. Yubari Melon
The Yubari King is a cantaloupe cultivar farmed in greenhouses in Yubari, Hokkaido, a small town close to Sapporo. The Yubari King is a hybrid of two other cantaloupe cultivars: Earl’s Favourite and Burpee’s “Spicy” Cantaloupe. This hybrid’s scientific name is Cucumis melo L. var. reticulatus Naud. cv. Yubari King.

Sumatran Orangutans Eating Exotic Fruits



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Two Sumatran Orangutans received a special treat of exotic fruits like coconut, dragon fruit, start fruit and more.

Mango lovers look out for exotic varieties of mangoes in Delhi



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The International Mango Festival in Delhi features an array of recreational events and activities associated with mango, like mango eating competitions, quizzes, mango slogan writing, mango carving, children’s shows, mango folk performances, mango tasting, and plenty of mangoes to go around with varieties of the fruit on display.
One gets to savour over 1100 varieties of mangoes and some rare species of the sumptuous fruit. Some of the traditional and exceptional mango varieties are Langda, Dasheri, Alphonso, Fasli, Bombay Green, Chausa, Sindheri, and many more hybrid species of the fruit. The Delhi International Mango Festival is one opportunity to taste them all for free and relish the appetising experience.
The Delhi International Mango Festival also carries sale of processed mango items. This includes products like pickles, jam, chutney, mango pulp, mango juice, jelly, aam papad, and aam panna. One can also buy mango plants. The festival encourages trading of the fruit and has buyers from all over the world.

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Thai Fruits at a Thai Food Market. Taste Test of Exotic Fruit at a Market in Thailand Vlog



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Thai Fruit Taste Test. Buying and Eating Thai Fruits from a Market in Thailand Vlog. Exotic Fruits at a Local Market in Thailand.

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In this vlog I address a couple of requests from my subscribers:
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2) Can I eat durian?
I go to a Thai food market and buy and taste test some of the fruit that’s in season: durian, longkongs, rambutan, and snake fruit.

There is loads of different exotic fruit in Thailand, some is pretty common, but there are many types you don’t see very often in Western countries. This video was filmed at the Saturday Afternoon Market in Krabi Town, its Google Maps coordinates are: 8.085514, 98.904370. It’s open every Saturday from around 3pm till about 8:00 pm and is a great place for shopping and there’s also tons of Thai cuisine and street food!

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Thai Street Food is really delicious, it’s a must to try if you’re on holidays in Thailand. Thailand food markets are one of the best places to buy fresh and authentic Thai food, or to buy groceries and fruit while you travel in Thailand. There are so many Thai dishes on offer and the foods here are cheap, and so tasty! And in case you’re worried, eating street food is perfectly safe. It’s what the locals eat and it is cooked fresh and sold quickly. I’ve been eating it for 5 years in Thailand and my friends who have been to visit and tour Thailand have all eaten it, and none of us have had any problems. Thai street food is some of the best Thai food you’ll find in Thailand!

The markets in Thailand are a great place to get an insight into Thai culture while you travel in Thailand. You can shop alongside the locals and learn what they buy and eat. And the markets are a great place to try traditional Thai street foods, learn Thai recipes and cooking, as well as eat some of the best Thai dishes in Thailand. You’ll see the people cooking the food right in front of you. And best of all, the food is cheap, often much cheaper than eating in a Thai restaurant. Eating at markets is a good way to eat cheap on your Thailand holidays.

Make sure you check out some Thai Food Markets on your trip to Thailand, and be sure to sample some of the amazing Thai street food that’s available in Thailand! If you want to try some of the most delicious food in the world be sure to visit Thailand!

At any market in Thailand you’ll find clothes, food, jewelry, crafts, souvenirs, CDs & DVDs, phone accessories, bags, wallets & purses and loads of cooked authentic Thai cuisine including all the regular Thai cuisine, as well as Thai street food and other delicacies such as durian, duck, frog and various insects. There’s so much variety, it’s definitely worth a look at the markets if you’re on holidays in Thailand.

Krabi is about 2-3 hours from Phuket by land or sea, and has world class accommodation standards comparable to what you find in Phuket hotels and resorts, but in a more relaxed environment.

If you’re looking into Thailand Hotels have a look at hotels and resorts in Krabi. The islands and beaches of Krabi are famous for Thailand holidays, the movie The Beach was filmed on Krabi’s Koh Phi Phi Island.

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Taste Testing Thai Fruits at a Market in Thailand, Part 3. Exotic Fruit Shopping in Thailand Vlog



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Thai Exotic Fruits: Buying and Trying Thai Fruits from a Market in Thailand Vlog.
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This vlog is Part 3 of my Thai fruit taste testing.

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In this video I go to a Thai food market and buy and taste test some of the fruit that’s in season: rose apple, longan, plum mango, lamut (sapodilla in English), longkong and baby mango. There is loads of different exotic fruit in Thailand, some is pretty common, but there are many types you don’t see very often in Western countries. This video was filmed at the Monday, Tuesday & Friday Afternoon Market in Ao Nang in Krabi Thailand. It’s open from around 4pm till about 7:00 pm and the Google Maps Coordinates are: : 8.042038, 98.843658
It’s a great place for shopping and also has tons of Thai cuisine and Thai street food!

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Thai Street Food is really delicious, it’s a must to try if you’re on holidays in Thailand. Thailand food markets are one of the best places to buy fresh and authentic Thai food, or to buy groceries and fruit while you travel in Thailand. There are so many Thai dishes on offer and the foods here are cheap, and so tasty! And in case you’re worried, eating street food is perfectly safe. It’s what the locals eat and it is cooked fresh and sold quickly. I’ve been eating it for 3 years in Thailand and my friends who have been to visit and tour Thailand have all eaten it, and none of us have had any problems. Thai street food is some of the best Thai food you’ll find in Thailand!

The markets in Thailand are a great place to get an insight into Thai culture while you travel in Thailand. You can shop alongside the locals and learn what they buy and eat. And the markets are a great place to try traditional Thai street foods, learn Thai recipes and cooking, as well as eat some of the best Thai dishes in Thailand. You’ll see the people cooking the food right in front of you. Best of all, the food is cheap, often much cheaper than eating in a Thai restaurant. Eating at markets is a good way to eat cheap on your Thailand holidays.

Be sure to check out some Thai Food Markets on your trip to Thailand & be sure to sample some of the amazing Thai street food in Thailand! If you want to try some of the most delicious food in the world be sure to visit Thailand!

At any market in Thailand you’ll find clothes, food, jewelry, crafts, souvenirs, CDs & DVDs, phone accessories, bags, wallets & purses and loads of cooked authentic Thai cuisine including all the regular Thai cuisine, as well as Thai street food and other delicacies such as durian, duck, frog and various insects. There’s so much variety, it’s definitely worth a look at the markets if on holidays in Thailand.

Krabi is about 2-3 hours from Phuket by land or sea, and has world class accommodation standards comparable to what you find in Phuket hotels and resorts, but in a more relaxed environment.

If you’re looking into Thailand Hotels have a look at hotels and resorts in Krabi. The islands and beaches of Krabi are famous for Thailand holidays, the movie The Beach was filmed on Krabi’s Koh Phi Phi Island.

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Taste Testing Thai Fruits at a Market in Thailand, Part 2. Exotic Fruit Shopping in Thailand Vlog



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This vlog is Part 2 of my Thai fruit taste testing. You can see part 1 here:

In this video I go to a Thai food market and buy and taste test some of the fruit that’s in season: mangosteen, custard apple, ka-thon (santol or cotton fruit in English) and dragon fruit. There is loads of different exotic fruit in Thailand, some is pretty common, but there are many types you don’t see very often in Western countries. This video was filmed at the Sunday Afternoon Market in Ao Namao in Krabi (about 7km from Ao Nang), Google Maps coordinates: 8.035489, 98.861698. It’s open every Sunday from around 3pm till about 8:00 pm and is a great place for shopping and there’s also tons of Thai cuisine and street food!

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Thai Street Food is really delicious, it’s a must to try if you’re on holidays in Thailand. Thailand food markets are one of the best places to buy fresh and authentic Thai food, or to buy groceries and fruit while you travel in Thailand. There are so many Thai dishes on offer and the foods here are cheap, and so tasty! And in case you’re worried, eating street food is perfectly safe. It’s what the locals eat and it is cooked fresh and sold quickly. I’ve been eating it for 3 years in Thailand and my friends who have been to visit and tour Thailand have all eaten it, and none of us have had any problems. Thai street food is some of the best Thai food you’ll find in Thailand!

The markets in Thailand are a great place to get an insight into Thai culture while you travel in Thailand. You can shop alongside the locals and learn what they buy and eat. And the markets are a great place to try traditional Thai street foods, learn Thai recipes and cooking, as well as eat some of the best Thai dishes in Thailand. You’ll see the people cooking the food right in front of you. And best of all, the food is cheap, often much cheaper than eating in a Thai restaurant. Eating at markets is a good way to eat cheap on your Thailand holidays.

Make sure you check out some Thai Food Markets on your trip to Thailand, and be sure to sample some of the amazing Thai street food that’s available in Thailand! If you want to try some of the most delicious food in the world be sure to visit Thailand!

At any market in Thailand you’ll find clothes, food, jewelry, crafts, souvenirs, CDs & DVDs, phone accessories, bags, wallets & purses and loads of cooked authentic Thai cuisine including all the regular Thai cuisine, as well as Thai street food and other delicacies such as durian, duck, frog and various insects. There’s so much variety, it’s definitely worth a look at the markets if you’re on holidays in Thailand.

Krabi is about 2-3 hours from Phuket by land or sea, and has world class accommodation standards comparable to what you find in Phuket hotels and resorts, but in a more relaxed environment.

If you’re looking into Thailand Hotels have a look at hotels and resorts in Krabi. The islands and beaches of Krabi are famous for Thailand holidays, the movie The Beach was filmed on Krabi’s Koh Phi Phi Island.

I do not own the music in this video.

The first song is Joakim Karud – Wild Flower
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