As noted, Thailand's varied microclimates are conducive to the growth of a range of fruits and tree species. As time permits, more information will be provided here, including further Identifications and descriptions of what is pictured.
Areca palm nuts. In many areas of Asia and the Pacific, the nuts are chewed for their mildly intoxicating effect, which can be addictive.
Yang-na (Dipterocarpus alatus roxb.)
Plumeria or frangipani
Rice field in Isaan, northeast Thailand
Banyan at Somdet Park, Sisaket
Near the summit of Doi Inthanon, northern Thailand
At the summit of Doi Inthanon, highest point in Thailand
On the slopes of Doi Inthanon
View in Somdet Park, Sisaket
Forested mountainsides above Chiang Dao, northern Thailand
Breadfruit tree, Chiang Mai
Fan palm at Rayong, on the Gulf of Thailand
Reflections among the water lilies near 12th-century Wat Phra Pai Luang, Sukhothai
Rice field, Isaan