Human maltase glucoamylase (MGAM) is a potent molecular target for controlling post prandial glucose surplus in type 2 diabetes. Binding of small molecules from Syzygium sp. with α-glucosidase inhibitory potential in MGAM has been investigated in silico. Our results suggest that myricetin was the most potent inhibitor with high binding affinity for both N- and C-terminals of MGAM. Molecular dynamics revealed that myricetin interacts in its stretched conformation through water-mediated interactions with C-terminal of MGAM and by normal hydrogen bonding with the N-terminal. W1369 of the extended 21 amino acid residue helical loop of C-terminal plays a major role in myricetin binding. Owing to its additional sugar sites, overall binding of small molecules favours C-terminal MGAM.