There are so many rich people in this world most of whom we have never heard of. With the help of social Media, there are those who are known all over the world, i.e Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos etc.
Today we are going to talk about a man who was once the richest man in the world but due to competition he is not at the top anymore but still owns so much property.
Hassanal Bolkiah is the only man who owns a plane made purely from gold and he also has over 7000 different vehicles.
He is the 29th sultan and prime minister of Brunei which is among the last Monarchs to exist in the current world. He is among the few Moguls we have not heard of.
His net worth in 2021 accumulates to about $29 billion and his is ranked by Forbes to be among the wealthiest royals ever Known. He loves luxurious vehicle and has a collection estimated to be over $5 billion.
Below are his Photos and those of his assets
Do you think he had to buy all those vehicle and an aeroplane of that sort? Write your thoughts in the comments section below and please remember to follow,like and share. Thank you.
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