Although the instructions and property cards are only in Burman the game still can be played by any Monopolist because the most essential things are also in English! So the Chance- and Community Chest cards as well as the property spaces on the game board are bilingual, but the property cards are only in Burman. But since the value on the banknotes are as well in the Burman figures as in western writing you soon discover how many Ks have to be payed. You could also use the cards of an American set (Atlantic City) or of a Waddingtons' one (London) because the values of the properties are exactly the same!
Striking is also that the illustration on the green
lid and on the game board shows the "engines-picture"
of Waddingtons' outset! Although here the coal-engines are replaced by
electric one's these also have steam-clouds. The 2 houses inbetween have red
roofs. It is not clear why there are another 2 (yellow)
locomotives on top of the word MONOPOLY.
Again very special is the illustration showing 2 little children playing
the Monopoly game. (The neighbouring country Thailand does the same on a number
of its games!)
This set was bought in September 1998.