King Bhumidol Adulyadej = $30 billion dollars
King of Thailand Net Worth: King of Thailand, Bhumidol Adulyadej, is the monarch of the Kingdom of Thailand who has a net worth of $30 billion dollars. The King of Thailand is the longest reigning monarch in Thailand’s history and the longest serving current head of state in the world. He has been performing his duties as head of state from the hospital since 2009 after being admitted for flu and pneumonia.
Also known as Rama IX, he was born on December 5, 1927 in Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Today, he is the longest reigning monarch in Thailand’s history, as well as the longest serving current head of state in the world, holding the seat since June 1946. He was predestined to take the helm of the country, since he was the younger son of HRH Prince Mahidol Aduljadej and HRH Princess Srinagarindra. This royal descendant was educated at the most prestigious schools worldwide, ranging from Massachusetts’ Harvard University to Bangkok’s Mater Dei school and Switzerland’s Ecole Nouvelle de la Suisse Romande. As a ruler, Bhumidol Adulyadej earns the credits for a social-economic theory of self-sufficiency. He has also given numerous donations to various projects in Thailand, in areas including agriculture, environment, public health, occupational promotion, water resources, communications and public welfare. What’s more, commemorations of Bhumibol’s contributions to Thailand are ever-present in the Thai media. The King of Thailand is also respected and revered by many Thais, as well as he is legally considered “inviolable”.
Adulyadej has earned his net worth from the land and equity in many companies and massive amounts of land, including 3,493 acres in Bangkok his royal family has owned. Bhumibol has numerous personal investments independent of the CPB including his personal stake of the Thai Insurance Company and Sammakorn, as well as his 30% holdings in Siam Cement, and 20% in the Siam Commercial Bank .