A large tree of the mango family that grows up to 45 m tall. Crown is dense and dome-shaped. Trunk is columnar, without buttresses, with grey-ish bark that exudes irritant sap. Leaves are large and leathery. Flowers are pinkish in colour. Flowering around April to June. Fruits are pale-brown with rough skin, flesh is white and has a sour taste.
The Binjai was commonly planted in villages for its brown potato-like fruits.
This Heritage Tree had a girth of 3.4m when measured in Year 2003.