The coconut tree is celebrated as the Maldivian national tree, and its image is featured on its coat of arms. The fruit of the Maldivian national tree has many uses: coconut meat is eaten fresh, as well as dried and grated, it provides coconut milk, and coconut oil that is widely used in cooking, particularly deep frying. Palms are found on every single island in the Maldives, and the plants are blessed with year-round harvests, so you'll have a plenty of opportunities to enjoy the national fruit in all its forms.
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