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Can you eat fresh fruit in Bali? – FAQ BaliFabulous

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Question :

Can you eat fresh fruit in Bali?

Answer :

The island of Bali has quite a number of fruits that characterize the region. Moreover, the land on the island of Bali is known as fertile land. With such a situation, it’s no wonder you can find so many fruit options as souvenirs. So, if you want to know what the options are, here is the complete information.

  1. Salak Bali

The first Balinese fruit is salak. Karangasem Regency is an area known as the center of the largest salak garden in Bali. The bark that you can get from Karangasem is characterized by a sweet and fresh fruit taste. In addition, Balinese salak has a smaller shape compared to other types of barking.

The sweet taste that is felt when you taste the salak Bali, makes this fruit have another name, namely barking sugar. Besides being able to be eaten directly, salak bali also often becomes barking wine. Salak fruit wine, has a fairly high alcohol content, not less than wine wine, around 13.5 percent.

  1. Balinese durian

When on vacation to the Island of the Gods, you may consider bringing home durian fruit. The durian fruit from Bali is famous for its soft texture. Like durians from other places, Balinese durians also have a very strong smell. You can also find sellers who offer the king of fruit easily, which can be found on the sides of the road.

  1. Mangosteen

The next Balinese fruit is the mangosteen which is often called the queen of fruit. This fruit is characterized by its thick and hard purple skin. Mangosteen fruit is often referred to as a fruit with a very high antioxidant content, so it is very good for health. The areas of West Bali and eastern Bali are known as high quality mangosteen fruit producers.

  1. Grapefruit

You can get the next Balinese souvenir by shopping for grapefruit. This orange has a physical appearance that is very contrasting compared to other types of citrus. Grapefruit has a large size with a very thick flesh and has a sweet taste. Besides being able to be enjoyed directly, grapefruit is also delicious to use as an ingredient in making salad.

  1. Kintamani oranges

Apart from grapefruit, there are also other types of oranges that have become the identity of the island of Bali, namely kintamani oranges. This orange has a unique taste, a blend of sweet and sour. Besides being eaten directly and made into juice, kintamani oranges are also known as one of the fruits used for complementary means of religious ceremonies.

Now that’s all I can explain, hopefully what I have explained above can be understood by you and if you are still confused you can contact us below!

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