A large tree that can grow up to 40 m in height. Crown is dense and dome-shaped. Trunk is columnar, without buttresses. Bark is light brown in colour and exudes irritant whitish sap. Leaves are large, stiff, and leathery. Flowers are reddish-pink and occur in upright panicles near branch tips. Fruits are yellowish-green with brown lenticels and the skin is about 5mm thick. Flesh colour ranges from pale-orange to yellow. They are fibrous and juicy with a strong smell of turpentine.
Native to Singapore.