There are many "imported" or non-indigenous trees that are planted as wayside trees in Sarawak. However, Sarawak is a wealth of forests and there are many local jungle trees can easily be taken out from its original habitat and planted in parks, home gardens or roads here. Among the successful native trees of Malaysia that are planted in the urban towns or city environment are the Angsana (Pterocarpus indicus), Merawan siput jantan (Hopea odorata), Jelutong (Dyera costulata), Kelumpang burung (Sterculia parviflora), Eugenia oleina and Kedah Gardenia (Gardenia carinata). At the Kambatik Park this week one jungle tree species has started to flower abundantly. At the moment I am not able to identify the tree but it is obviously a very hard tropical wood tree. It is located at Botanic Island One and the tree height is approximately 20 meters high. I think this tree is a beautiful candidate for urban tree landscapingin Sarawak or Malaysia for that matter.
Location : Botanic Island One - The Kambatik Park, Bintulu.