Like Monopoly, Saidina is a property trading game and is a household name in Malaysia. SPM the publisher is currently producing over 60 games and approximately 7 million Malaysians has at least played one SPM board game.
Positions on the board are based on towns
and their famous streets. Instead of train stations.. oil palm, coconut, rubber and pineapple plantations are substituted.
Instead of community chest or chance cards, there is only a "Keputusan" or Decision cards to draw from in this game.
Tokens for the players are green and squarish and they are lettered A to F.
House and Hotel tokens are Red and Blue in color and are round coin like tokens.
Money on the other hand come in $10, $50, $100, $500, $1000 and $5000 notes.
The cheapest building costs $400 and the most expensive is $2600.