Lotkon or Burmese grape is a small tree attaining a height of 6-8 m. Trunk is stout and bark is grey in color. It is a very common and popular fruit in Bangladesh. It is found throughout the South and Southeast Asia. Indonesia is considered as its original home. There can be up to 30 pieces of fruits in a single bunch.
It is claimed that Burmese grapes (lotkon) have more nutritional value than many other popular fruits. This fruit, which is found all throughout Asia and is mostly commonly cultivated in Malaysia and India, is rich in Vitamin C.