|Nama Melayu (Malay Name)||Pokok Nanas "Sarawak"|
|Nama Saintifik (Scientific Name)||Ananas comosus "Sarawak"|
|Saiz Biasa (Size)||85 cm|
|Nama Lain (Other Names)||"Sarawak" Pineapple|
|Nama Cina (Chinese Name) C||Wong Lay|
|Nama Cina (Chinese Name) H||Ong Lai|
|Nama Thai (Thai Name)||Sappa Rot , Makha Nat|
|Nama Kambodia (Cambodian Name)||Mar Noas|
|Jurufoto (Photographer)||CS Ooi|
Although this plant is named the "Sarawak" Pineapple, it is not the native of Sarawak. This is a horticultural hybrid variety named after the state of Sarawak. There are however wild pineapple plants found in the jungles of Malaysia. The "Sarawak" Pineapple is popular for eating raw because it is juicy and sweet. The pulp is light yellow in colour.
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Malaysia.- mukasurat (page) 22
2. Tropical Fruits of Malaysia & Singapore; Wendy Hutton; (1996);
3. Medicinal Plants of Thailand, Vol 1; Promjit Saralamp; (1996);
Mahidol University; Bangkok.- mukasurat (page) 33