10 Expensive Things Owned by the Billionaires of UAE

It’s true that the billionaires of UAE have their own unique style of spending money. Their belongings are among the most spectacular things in the world.

And what makes them more interesting is their unimaginable price!

Well, you’re going to get shocked today! We are about to unveil 10 expensive things owned by the billionaires of UAE.

Hold on tight, the price of most of the things is above $1 Million! Making it a staggering AED 3.67 Million!

  • The Lamborghini Veneno RoadsterLamborghini Veneno Roadster

Most of the automobile lovers around the world are crazy for a Lamborghini. It’s among the fastest cars on the planet. But who owns one of the most expensive Lambos in the world?

It’s the Prince, Sheikh Hamdan bin Muhammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum!

In 2014, only 9 Lamborghini Veneno Roadsters were produced. The price of each car was $4.5 million (AED 16.53 million). One of those is owned by the Prince aka Fazza (his poet name).

The car comes with a V-12 engine that goes to a top speed of 221 mph. It’s certainly a breathtaking speed!

  • The world’s most expensive camelThe world’s most expensive camel

What price can you imagine for a camel? Even your wildest guess would not reach its actual price!

The price for the world’s most expensive camel is $2.7 million (AED 9.92 million).

This camel was a competition winner for the best-looking camels and is owned by the Prince, Sheikh Hamdan bin Muhammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

  • Palm Jumeirah IslandPalm Jumeirah Island

Palm Jumeirah Island is a man-made archipelago and undoubtedly a master development owned by Nakheel developers.

There are numerous hotels and residential units on the island providing a comfortable lifestyle to the residents.

With many world-class restaurants and adventure activities, it has become one of the most sought-after areas for the people in search of luxurious properties in Dubai.

The project cost of Palm Jumeirah Island is around $12 billion (AED 44.08 billion).

  • The number 7 license plateThe number 7 license plate

How much would you spend on getting a license plate of your choice for your car?

It doesn’t matter how much you could spend, no one has ever spent millions on just a license plate!

Yes, that’s true! When talking about the most expensive number plates for cars, you must remember the name Talal Ali Muhammad Khouri!

He purchased the number 7 license plate for $3.2 million (AED 11.75 million).

Currently hanging on his purple Rolls Royce, it’s one of the most expensive license plates in the world!

  • The number 5 license plateThe number 5 license plate

We guess the number 7 plate was not enough for Talal Ali Muhammad Khouri!

Talal purchased another license plate with the number 5 written on it. Hanging on his red Rolls Royce, this plate is thought to have cost him more than double of the previous plate – $7 million (AED 25.7 million)

He plans to keep the plan until he dies. The plate will be auctioned after his death and all the auction money will go the charity.

  • The number 1 number plateThe number 1 license plate

Well, it seems that number plates are quite an addiction in UAE!

Saeed Khouri said that he wants to be number 1 and the best in the world. Therefore, he purchased the number 1 number plate for a jaw-dropping price of $14 million (AED 51.42 million)

One could buy 4 to 5 Bugatti Veyrons in $14 million! Can’t believe it? Search for the price of Bugatti now!

  • Hamad IslandHamad Island

Enough of the number plates – now this thing on our list is truly unique and amazing!

Hamad Island, owned by Sheikh Hamad Bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, stretches over an area of 50 sq. km and has the name Hamad carved on the sands of the island.

The name has been carved so deep that it can be seen even from the space.

The price of Hamad Island is yet unknown to the world. It is thought that he has inherited this island from his father who was the creator of the UAE.

  • Emirates Hills MansionEmirates Hills Mansion

Emirate Hills Mansion is situated in one of the most in-demand gated communities of Dubai. This grand mansion covers an area of 32,000 sq. ft having the following features within;

  • 5 bedrooms with walk-in closets
  • The master bedroom has its own dressing room and steam room
  • 2 kitchens
  • Private gym with cardiovascular machines
  • Home office
  • Roof terrace
  • Bar
  • Sun deck
  • Guest suite with private terrace and bathroom
  • The basement with 2 more bedrooms
  • Swimming pool
  • Car parking space for 5 cars

The price for Emirate Hills Mansion is beyond imagination! It around $48 million!

Yes! It makes nearly AED 179 million!

  • A Mercedes Benz for every day of the week!A Mercedes Benz for every day of the week_

Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan is once again on the list! This time with another amazing thing!

He has 7 different colored Mercedez Benz 500 SEL – Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Red, one for each day of the week.

This is the reason that Sheikh Hamad is also known as the Rainbow Sheikh.

Every Mercedes has a guns rack inside the boot that can carry up to 3 M16 rifles. Not only this, but the vehicles also have television sets and refrigerators in them.

Everything painted as the color of the cars to maintain the rainbow theme.

  • Manchester City Football ClubManchester City Football Club

Having a personal fortune of $32 billion, Sheikh Mansour also known as Mansour bin Zayed bin Sultan bin Zayed bin Khalifa Al Nahyan owns and operates the Manchester City Football Club.

The club has its offices in London, America, Australia, Manchester, and Japan, and has the major base in China.

The club has a net worth of nearly $2 billion (AED 7.35 billion).

These are 10 most expensive things owned by the billionaires of UAE and they are truly eye-opening! We are sure that you’re shocked to see their prices.

Well, you got to have the taste of a billionaire if you really are one! The things you own show who you are!


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