Sindora siamensis is a deciduous or semievergreen tree with a dense, spreading, umbrella-like crown; it often only grows around 6 – 10 metres tall, though it can grow up to 35 metres or more. The tree has a beautiful shape and can be grown as an ornamental, shade-providing tree. The roasted seeds are used to make a tealike drink and is part of some desserts. The fruits are edible, and are sometimes chewed in a betel quid in Cambodia.
Sindora siamensis is a large evergreen tree. It provide timber used for further. Wood is considered valuable. As well as the wood, the plant provides raw material for chemical products, food and drink, and domestic utensils.
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