Romduol is a small yellowish-white flower having its uniquely pleasant fragrance in the late afternoon, so it is the national flower of Cambodia. As evidence, Romduol flowers have been sculpted on the wall of the Angkor Temple. These flowers are generally planted to adorn public parks. For a health purpose, they are used for perfuming lip wax for women. Since ancient times, Cambodian women have often been compared to the Romduol flower because they really love to use it to decorate on their hair as a hair style.