Who are Indonesia's billionaires, and how do they live? We’re going to take a look at R. Buddy and Michael Martono - two brothers who have more wealth than the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5thm and 6th wealthiest Indonesians combined with a net worth of $42.6B. They publicly live quiet lifestyles, as Michael enjoys Bridge and eating food from street vendors, and Robert Budi spends his days plotting his successors between his three children. Speaking of successors, the Widjaja family has 40 possible heirs thanks to founder Eka’s multiple wives and concubines. His $9.7B fortune is being fought over with bitter fervour by his surviving children. Anthoni Salim envoys a Brazilian built Embraer Legacy 600 private jet and a Bentley Continental GT, while Sri Prakesh Lohia lives out his days in a Mayfair house he and his wife spent $67.9M.
For a lot of these Indonesian billionaires, they don’t flaunt as much on social media as people who are worth way less - kinda makes a fella wonder…
Amid a recovering economy, nearly three quarters of those on the 2021 Forbes’ list of Indonesia’s 50 Richest saw their fortunes rise, with eight adding US$1 billion or more. Their combined net worth rose over 21% to a record $162 billion, up from $133 billion last year.
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Written by: Jean Bernard Narrated by: JB Edited by: Gonzalo L.
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CHAPTERS: 00:00 Intro 00:06 R. Budi & Michael Hartono - $42.6B 03:46 Widjaja Family - $9.7B 05:34 Anthoni Salim - $8.5B 07:42 Sri Prakash Lohia - $6.8B 10:04 Prajogo Pangestu - $6B 12:13 Chairul Tanjung - $7.9B 14:42 Susilo Wonowidjojo - $4.8B 16:01 Boenjamin Setiawan - $4.2B 17:20 Outro