Mangosteen is the national fruit of Thailand. It is abundant with vitamin C and a host of minerals including manganese, copper, and magnesium. It is low in saturated fats and cholesterol.


Also known as Manila tamarind, this green, and pink fruit has black seeds inside its pulp. The fruit is rich in properties that help aid gum ailments and toothache.


Commonly known as Japani phal, this fruit is grown in Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand, in India. It offers the goodness of vitamin A and C, copper, fiber, and phosphorus.

Passion fruit

Passion fruit is indigenous to South America, and is about the size of an oval tennis ball and turns to deep purple when ripe. This fruit is rich in fiber.


Rambutan is part of the Sapindaceae family just like lychee and is native to Southeast Asia. The fleshy and edible part of the fruit tastes sweet and mildly acidic.