Some examples of exotic fruits include rambutans, durians, ackees, African cucumbers and chayotes. These fruits come from regions like Malaysia, Southeast Asia, Thailand, South Africa and India.
The rambutan is an exotic fruit from Malaysia, though it is also found in Sri Lanka, India, South Vietnam and Thailand. It has a thin skin with small pink hairs on it. Rambut means "hair" in Malay, which is where its name comes from. The flesh is pink or white and is a sweet fruit.
Durians come from Southeast Asia. They have a bad odor, but they are considered a delicacy since the trees don't bear fruit for 15 years. They are broken open like a coconut to reveal a fleshy middle.