With solid wood, you have to allow for movement and glue won't allow that on floors or walls. Teak exudes an oil, many glues won't work with teak unless it's either wiped down with acetone or used on a freshly milled surface, meaning within minutes. Don't know anything about sura. Just use nails like they have done for centuries on floors and walls, pre-drill. In cabinet joinery, use mechanical joints, pinned M&T, for example. If the glue holds it will be a bonus but the joints won't be dependent on it.