LiDAR and UAV-derived SfM model of the tallest tropical tree in the world, a Shorea Faguetiana of the Dipterocarpaceae family coined “Menara”, located in the Danum Valley Conservation Area in North Borneo. See https://www.eci.ox.ac.uk/news/2019/0408.html. Data taken in August 2018. It was measured by climber Unding Jami with a tape measure as being 100.8 meters tall. The tree was discovered by colleagues Chris Chandler and Doreen Boyd of the University of Nottingham. Thank you to many people, including: Yadvinder Malhi, Mat Disney, Phil Wilkes, Andrew Burt, Noreen Majalap, Reuben Nilus, zlin bin Sailim, Azwan bin Tamring, Fredino John, Ahmad bin Jelling and Sabidee Rizan; as well as the logistical team at the Danum Valley Field Centre: Johnny Larenus, Mohd Fadil nin Abd Karim, Rusili Elizabath and Fyen Lyvicy Thomas.