Sugar palm (Arenga pinnata (Wurmb.) Merr.) Is a type of palm tree that is not spiked paste. Trunk up to 25 m high and 65 cm in diameter, some leafy stems long enough, there beneath the leaf midrib. Petiole up to 1.5 m. Male flowers in pairs, 12-15 mm long; many stamens. Female flowers stand alone, nearly round ball; will bear fruit three, with three stigma. Aren are found in nearly all areas of Java, in forest or planted, 1-1400 m. Note: Also known by the name of the old saccharifera Arenga Labill. Virtually all parts of the plant used: roots for woven materials and for a whip, a split rod for water channels, the wood to make a house, leaves a bone for making handicrafts.
From male flowers cob intercepted fluid containing sugar, which then made of sugar, or wine and contain diuretic properties. Made sweets and edible seeds.