"Singapore Loban," also known as "Singapore Borneo Camphor," refers to a type of aromatic resin obtained from the Dipterocarpaceae family of trees, primarily found in Southeast Asia. This resin has a strong, woody fragrance and is often used for cultural and religious practices, as well as for its therapeutic and aromatic properties. It is commonly used in incense and essential oil production, where its unique scent is believed to promote relaxation, meditation, and spiritual connection. The term "loban" is derived from Arabic, and it is widely used in various cultural rituals and traditions in the region. The resin is typically burned as incense, releasing its pleasant aroma and contributing to a calming atmosphere.