Saudi Arabia's King Salman visited in Indonesia and did it like how rich people do it; gold-clad plane, over 1000 aides and got down on a gold plated escalator.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman began his visit to Indonesia on Wednesday. The visit was the first by a Saudi monarch for almost 50 years.
But that wasn’t the talking point.
King Salman went on his visit in a gold-clad plane with as many as 1,000 aides.
Airfreight Company had to make arrangement with over 570 workers put on hold to cope with the king’s demand.
King Salman travelled with 506 tons of luggage, taking along a pair of Mercedes-Benz limousines for his nine-day visit to Indonesia.
Other arrangements for the trip included building a VIP toilet at a mosque in Jakarta just for the King’s use during his travel period.
The 81-year-old was welcomed on Wednesday by a cheering crowd, and greeted by President Joko Widodo and Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama.
King Salman joins an entourage of 620 people and 800 delegates including ministers and 25 princes.
Now, imagine the wealth showcase of richness during this visit to Indonesia.