Salak, or “snake fruit” gets its name not from actual snakes, but from the scaly brown skin. It actually grows on palm trees. The dry outside peels easily away from the tender inner flesh segments, which have seeds in them (kind of like a mango, the seed is quite attached to the flesh). The edible flesh is silky-soft, like a firm peach (though different variations have different levels of firmness). It smells like a palm tree (which means it smells kind of like pine) with musky undertones. The flavor is intense. It’s sweet, and sour, with an astringent edge like you get from a pineapple or not-quite-ripe kiwi. It tastes kind of like an intense, acidic strawberry-orange-pineapple mix.
The wikipedia article on snake fruit is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salak