The Sultan of Brunei is so rich that it is estimated that his wealth increases by 90 euros every second! On further calculations, this means that he earns around 5400 euros per minute, 324000 euros each hour and 7776000 euros a day. All in all implying a total networth of about 54432000 euros a week (spelt as a huge 54 million and 432000 thousand euros)
The Sultan of Brunei's name is Hassanal Bolkiah, full name is Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah. He is the president of the richest country in the world - Brunei. Brunei Darasullem is located near Malaysia in South East Asia. He has married three women and divorced once - currently leaving him with two wives. The Sultan of Brunei's wives have given him five sons and seven daughters. The Brunei Sultan is known to live a real lavish lifestyle. He uses gold in almost everything - cultlery, crockery, bathrooms...even his clothes are embroidered with gold and silver thread.
Here are some photographs of his luxurious palace home. The King of Brunei's palace is the second largest and most luxurious palace in the world, with the first being the Imperial Palace in Beijing, China. It has around 1788 rooms with some being luxuriously furnished in gold and encrusted with diamonds. This includes 257 bathrooms and 650 suites, with each suite furnished at not less than 150,000 thousand euros. The Sultan of Brunei's palace garage accommodates 110 cars.
The Sultan of Brunei's plane is inlaid with gold and is the most luxurious aircraft in the world. The King also has a private Boeing 747 worth a hundred million dollars, which was refitted with expensive accessories and furnishings like a whirlpool bath of pure gold. The plane now costs a whopping one hundred and twenty million dollars. The Sulatan of Brunei also has an additional six small aircraft and two helicopters.
One of the Sultan of Brunei's cars is specially customized to his tastes. He had requested the Rolls Royce company to combine their car design with that of Porsche. This car was manufactured especially for him and is parked in London, for His Majesty's exclusive use during his stay in Britain. It is estimated that the Sultan of Brunei's cars include 531 Mercedes-Benzes, 367 Ferraris, 362 Bentleys, 185 BMWs, 177 Jaguars, 60 Porsches, 130 Rolls-Royces and 20 Lamborghinis. This brings the total number of cars owned by him to 1,932.