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- n. East Indian fruit tree bearing fruit similar to but sweeter than that of the rambutan
- n. fruit of an East Indian tree similar to the rambutan but sweeter
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J, pulasan tasted similar like rambutan but sweeter!!!
At this time of the year rambutans, pulasan (a family of rambutans but with shorter hairs) and dokong (a type of langsat) are also in season.
Sentul and durian trees towered over smaller rambutan trees and the lesser known pulasan and enam-enam trees.
After all, a durian or a pulasan will taste exactly the same to a Malay, Chinese or Indian.