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Siam Paragon’s Tropical Fruit Parade 2023 Kicks Off Today

The finest of scrumptious summer fruits from around the nation are showcased at the Siam Paragon Tropical Fruit Parade 2023, which begins today and continues until May 3 at Parc Paragon in Siam Paragon, Rama I Road.

Organized in partnership with the Department of Internal Trade under the Ministry of Commerce, this fruit extravaganza offers an abundance of top-quality tropical fruits directly from 17 outstanding local farms and sources throughout the country.

Over 30 durian types are featured, such as mon thong and kob mae thao from Nonthaburi; musan king-mon thong durian, a hybrid mix of the two well-known varieties; and ochee-mon thong, notable for its creamy texture and rich, sweet taste.

Additionally, explore five uncommon Benjaphan durian species and numerous rare discoveries like chompu phan, yummawat, thong linjong, med nai yai prang, kan yao si nak, kob suwan, kob phikun, long laplae, and nuan thong chan.

One of the festival’s highlights is the all-you-can-eat durian buffet, showcasing an array of durian and seasonal fruits such as jackfruit, mangosteen, rambutan, watermelon, mango, pineapple, salak, lychee, coconut, and longkong.

There are seven one-hour sessions per day, priced at 699 baht per individual.

Fruit enthusiasts can peruse the best seasonal fruits from all regions, including Tubtim Siam pomelo, Khao Yai and Tang Kwa pomelo, Tha Khoi pomelo, golden pineapple, Koh Sukorn watermelon, Red Lady papaya, and Ibaraki melon.

They can also take advantage of two daily buy-one-get-one-free promotions from noon to 1 pm and 5 pm to 6 pm.

In addition to fresh fruit, delicious fruit-based desserts and thirst-quenching drinks are available, such as whole fruit sorbet, durian milkshake and ice cream, fruit bingsu, fruit Daifuku ice cream, Marian Plum cake, and fruit pizza.

For more information, visit or call 02-610-8000.