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The Sultan Who Owns More Than 7000 Cars, Gold Roll Royce, Private Jets, F1s and Ferraris, See Photos

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Many monarchs throughout the world have inherited the sovereignty of the countries they rule from their parents, and they are receiving the benefits that come with the title of king in their respective countries.


Historically, monarchs such as Queen Elizabeth of England, the rulers of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and other kingdoms have been regarded as some of the world's wealthiest and most powerful people. None of these individuals, on the other hand, possesses the same level of wealth and wastefulness as the Sultan of Brunei.


Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah is the current ruler of the kingdom, which is located in Southeast Asia. Following the voluntary resignation of his father, Omar Ali Saifuddien III, in 1967, Hassanal Bolkiah was crowned Sultan, allowing his first son, Hassanal, who was 20 at the time, to succeed to the throne of Malaysia.


Due to his position as ruler of one of the world's wealthiest countries, the Sultan amassed such an enormous fortune that he briefly held the title of "richest man on the planet" for several years, with a net worth of $40 billion, before Bill Gates snatched it away from him in the 1990s.


Sultan Bolkiah's palace is located in Jakarta, Indonesia.


Sultan Bolkiah, who has been noted for his extravagant lifestyle since rising to the throne in 1957, spent $350 million on a 1,788-room palace on 49 acres of land in 1984, just after Brunei obtained independence from the United Kingdom. His residence in the palace has remained unchanged to this day.


His collection of automobiles;


Known as a car fanatic, Hassanal is believed to own more than 7,000 vehicles, including 600 Rolls-Royces, over 300 Ferraris, 14 Koenigsegg racing cars, 11 McLaren F1 cars, six Dauer Porsche cars, and other high-end brands.


His official vehicle is a 14 million dollar golden Rolls Royce, which is the only one of its kind in the world and cost $14 million to purchase.


The interiors of his private jets;


He has his own bespoke private jets, which he uses to go around the world and which have interiors that are entirely made of gold.


Currently worth over $20 billion, the Sultan derives his riches from the country's oil wealth, earning $100 every second and $2 billion every year, making him the world's highest-paid monarch and the highest-paid monarch in the world.


At 72 years old, he is unquestionably an extraordinary man who is living a life that millions of other people can only dream of. We can safely assume that he has never experienced or will never experience poverty in his life.


But what can you say about the Sultan's wealth when you see so many people living in abject poverty around you?


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