is an edible tropical fruit native to the South parts of Thailand. Its high content of antioxidants, vitamins, and protein, alongside other minerals, gives it a host of health benefits and medicinal uses. The fruits of Long Kong may be round, oval or elliptical in shape, always appearing in clusters, just like grapes. Having a thin, leathery yellow skin which is easy to peel, the fruits look somewhat like round potatoes. Inside the skin lies the translucent white, juicy fruit divided into five or six sections. The fruit contains 1-3 dark green, inedible, bitter seeds, with no more than one in a single segment. Its taste may range from tart to sweet, similar to grapes or grapefruit. However, it may be slightly bitter if the seeds remain clung on to the flesh.