What exactly does it smell like? As AJB, Ollie and Robin said the Mahogany-alike timbers such as Sapele, Meranti, Utile and Keruing have quite a similar cinnamon/spice smell to them which can smell rather nice or it can be quite irritable.
Kapur on the other hand has a very aromatic and fragrant smell, the latin name is "Dryobalanops aromatica" and was a very early source of Camphor. It's not a terribly common timber in the UK but you can get it commercially.
Not in my book! The only Keruing I've handled was a much darker brown, little 'redish' tint at all. The OP hasn't said what sort of weight (density) or how physically 'hard' it is. If it is light and softish then my bet is on Sapele/Utile.