31 Days In Jakarta Day 1

MidNight Quiz – What Is This Indonesia Fruit?

Good morning, dear readers.I am starting this 31 Days In Jakarta series from Oct 1, 2012.

Every day, I will write something about Jakarta, the city we live in. Do you like this idea?

Today is National Batik Day here in Indonesia. We love batik. It is such a nice cloth. It’s color scheme somewhat reminds us of the Aboriginal Art back in Australia.

How are you today? Is there any holiday coming up? We know it is China’s National Day holiday starting Oct 1. How about your country? We wish you have a lovely day wherever you are.

Every day we drive pass this Indonesia fruit tree. It is about 15 meters tall, with huge fruits hanging from the tree trunk.

We felt the fruits, they are very heavy.

We wondered what this fruit tree was when we first arrived in Jakarta. We have never seen a tree like this before. Do you know what it is?

So, this week’s MidNightVisitor‘s quiz is:

What is the name for this Indonesia Fruit Tree?

(Hint: this is the biggest and heaviest fruit in the world.)

Indonesia fruit tree, queen of tropical fruitWe have bought the fruit and eaten it many times since. Indonesians use the fruit to cook in curry dishes. In fact, this fruit tree is so famous that people call it the Queen of Tropical Fruit.

Good luck and we hope to hear from you soon.


11 responses to “31 Days In Jakarta Day 1

  1. are they jackfruits? they sure look like jackfruits. i love them!

  2. Thank you for visiting my blog and reading about Wondeson. I’ve recognized that most of my friends are neither bloggers nor blog readers, so I really appreciate it when a stranger happens to read one of my posts. By the way, I’m pretty sure those are jackfruits (hee hee not because I read someone’s answer). I grew up in the Philippines, so I’ve seen and eaten those many times. Yum!

    • Hi, Karissa,

      Nice meeting you! We love what you wrote, not because you know the answer to our quiz. But, that’s a nice touch… LOL. We have made many friends from Philippines since we are in Jakarta.

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  4. This is a great concept to get an idea of what it’s like living somewhere. I once wrote a blog on a typical day, but in fact there is no typical day,

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