Mid canopy tree up to 40 m in height. Pagoda shaped crown. Simple leaves, arranged in whorls, exudes latex. Deeply fluted trunk, buttressed. Creamy white flowers, fragrant. Native. Self-sown A. angustiloba can sometimes be seen in secondary forests. A. angustiloba and A. scholaris are commonly used in landscape planting.
Other than the difference in flower colours, A. scholaris (greenish yellow flowers) and A. angustiloba (creamy white flowers), A. scholaris can be differentiated from A.angustiloba by the stipule at the base of the leaf petiole. Looking at the fallen dried leaves, A. scholaris has side veins .1 to .25 inches apart (.25 to .64 cm apart)), with distinct reticulations between them. In A. angustiloba, the sides veins are .1 inches or less apart ( .25 cm or less apart) without visible reticulations between them. This impressive specimen along Jalan Durian was hard to miss and was so tall that it was seen from the bumboat ride to and from Pulau Ubin. This Tree was growing next to a Malay burial site. This Heritage Tree had a girth of 6.35m (Year 2003); and 6.8m at 1.3m height with buttresses (Year 2014).