Sultan of Brunei – About One of the Richest Man in the World

Introduction

Here’s someone who can compare with the Saudi Prince about flaunting one’s wealth . . . both are oil-rich

Regal attire

Sultan of Brunei

3 children are born every second in this world;
 10 mobile phones sold on the international level;
 auto manufacturers produce a car every 4.5 seconds on average;
and on the level of the human mind = brain cells send 200 directives each second 
to perform the various functions of physical and mental health.
The world spends 37 million Euros for arms on the international level in one second   
 And the Sultan of Brunei‘s wealth increases by 90 Euros every second!




Sultan of Brunei . . .
 (full name: Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah  Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Haji Omar Ali Saifuddien Sa’adul Khairi Waddien), is worth an estimated $20 billion and lives in a 1,800-room palace. The Sultan has had three wives and has eight children.

This means around 5400 Euros per minute,

324000 Euros each hour,

7776000 Euros a day
  Which is about 54432000 Euros a week

(that’s 54 million and 432000 thousand Euros).  

Brunei‘s Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah . . . President of the richest country in the world . . . 
Popular, lavish, . . .  uses gold in everything
. Was born literally eating with spoons made of gold. 
Clothes worn embroidered with gold and silver
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These are some pictures of his palace . . . 
The largest and most luxurious palace in  Palace 1the world . . . 
Consists of 1788 rooms with some furnished in gold and diamond – encrusted
257 bath inlaid with gold and silver
 and a garage to accommodate 110 cars. 
The palace has 650 suites . . . each furnished at not less than 150,000 thousand Euros
. This requires the visitor to spend 24 hours just to inspect each room for 30 seconds.   

Palace 2

The Sultan of Brunei‘s plane . . . 
Most luxurious aircraft in the world, inlaid with gold
. The Sultan has also a Boeing 747 worth  a hundred million dollars,
 and then re-designed as a home at a cost of more than one hundred and twenty million dollars. Featured add-ons such as a whirlpool bath of pure gold.

He also has six small aircrafts and two helicopters. 


Boeing 767-300ER Royal Brunei Private Carrier  of the Sultan of Brunei.

Royal Brunei Aircraft

RBA 1



LUXURY YACHT OF THE SULTAN OF BRUNEI



Royal Yacht

Daloli (ex-AA Absolute) was built by Heesen Yachts in 1995 for the Sultan of Brunei. She was designed by Frank Mulder. She has a maxiumum speed of 54 knots.





  One of the cars of the Sultan of Brunei
 . . . At the special request of the Sultan of Brunei,
 the Rolls Royce company combined their car designs with that of Porsche.This vehicle is currently in London for use during his stay in Britain.

Porsche1 Porsche2 Porsche3

His Car1 His Car2

When the Sultan of Brunei‘s daughter married, 
the legendary celebrations continued for 14 days at a cost of about five million dollars, 
attended by more than 25 heads of state and family members.  

Daughter's wedding1 Daughter's wedding2  Daughter & Husband

Princess & Husband

 
 Sultan of Brunei car inlaid with pure gold  
 

Daughter's crown jewels

 
 The Princess wears a crown of diamonds
and carries a small bouquet of flowers

studded with diamonds.
She also wears huge diamonds as earrings,

adding sparkle to her face.

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 Wikipedia says he has


531 Mercedes-Benzes 
367 Ferraris 
362 Bentleys
185 BMWs
177 Jaguars
160 Porsches 
130 Rolls-Royces
And 20 Lamborghinis

Bringing the total number of his cars to 1,932

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FINALLY WOULD ANY OF YOU LIKE TO WORK FOR THE SULTAN OF BRUNEI???
AND DR JIMMY AS YOU ARE AN AVID GLOBE TROTTER, IT MAY BE WORTH VISITING THE SULTAN DURING ONE OF YOUR TOURS!!!!!

  . . . His Palace is open to the general public once a year during his birthday celebration. Not sure if it is only for the dignitaries.

 

Saudi Prince’s $485 Million Flying Palace

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Steam room? Check. Concert hall? Check. Garage for Rolls? Check. What splendour befitting an Arabian Prince who no longer rides the camel but flies in style for both business & pleasure . . . like waving his magic wand for dreams of fantasy! 

Imagine the perfect flying experience – no queues, a reclining seat, add four-poster beds, a Turkish bath for four and somewhere to put the Rolls-Royce – not to mention a boardroom with holographic screens and a concert hall.

A superjumbo designed to order for a Middle Eastern Prince … 

When completed, the converted Airbus A380 will be the world’s largest private jet.

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Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud spent $485 million on the custom Airbus A380,

with interior and amenities designed by British firm Design.

The plane usually seats 600, but lots of room had to be cleared for various perks . . .

. . . qualitatively & quantitatively there’s such lavishness, opulence, extravagant extreme & excesses just to flaunt his paramount riches!

Naturally, there’s an on-board garage, so that the prince can be driven right to the threshold of the airplane’s elevator.

After arrival, he can retire to his master suite – one of five with king-size beds, and computer generated prayer mats which always face Mecca ,

up to 20 extra-guests have to make due in sleepers that are the equivalent of first class.

Not to forget there’s also a Concert Hall that seats ten and has a baby grand piano, a boardroom with a holographic projector, and a full-size steam room.

 

But the most entertaining perk is a “Wellbeing Room” which has a floor upon which is projected an enormous image of

what the plane is flying over – thus creating a “magic carpet” effect.