The King of Thailand is the richest monarch in the world with a net worth of at least $43 billion. King Maha Vajiralongkorn’s first order of business after his coronation was to transfer Crown holdings into his personal ownership. Assets once controlled by the Crown Property Bureau are believed to be worth at least $70 billion. The King’s personal net worth is greater than the Queen of England’s, and the Thai monarchy owns at least 16,000 acres of land in the Southeast Asian nation. King Vajiralongkorn has a massive fleet of luxury automobiles at his disposal. He is regularly transported around Bangkok in a vintage Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Stretch limo. He also owns a vintage Rolls-Royce Phantom and a Rolls-Royce Corniche. The King’s aircraft fleet is made up of commercial jets, helicopters, and fighter jets. Maintenance, fuel, ground support, and other costs of the fleet total almost $64 million per year. When King Vajiralongkorn is in Thailand, he stays at the elegant Dusit Palace. The Grand Palace in Bangkok is the most famous royal property in Thailand, but the 2.3 million sq.-ft. complex is rarely used by the monarchy today. Rather, the Grand Palace is primarily a tourist destination, but it is occasionally used by the Thai King and Queen for ceremonial purposes. The Thai King owns many expensive royal items such as the Crown of Victory, the Royal Nine-Tiered Umbrella, and the Sword of Victory. Here’s a look at the King of Thailand’s massive wealth.