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World's Most Expensive

Updated on August 11, 2012

World's Most Expensive

The best things in the world are never cheap. This is the list of the world's most expensive things. Enjoy and feel free to comment. I will be happy to reply you.

Most expensive Watch

The world's most expensive watch costs an unbelievable $25 Million. The world's most expensive watch is the 201-carat chopard. It is decorated with 11 carat white diamond, 15 carat pink diamond and 12 carat blue diamond. In addition to this, it is surrounded by 163 carat diamond. These are set in a bracelet encrusted with clusters of white pear shaped diamonds which are arranged in a flowery design. The watch has spring mechanism which when pressed opens the three heart shaped diamonds at the top much like the petals open in the morning.

Worlds Most Expensive

Worlds Most Expensive Watch: The 201-Carat Chopard
Worlds Most Expensive Watch: The 201-Carat Chopard

World's Most Expensive

Worlds Most Expensive House (Ambani House)
Worlds Most Expensive House (Ambani House)

Most Expensive House

Have you ever dreamed about the world's most expensive house? Well, the world's most expensive house is in Mumbai, India. It is located at the Altamount road in the heart of Mumbai. The house will provide beautiful views of the Arabian sea and Mumbai's gorgeous skyline.

The world's most expensive house costs $2 billion and is owned by Mukesh Ambani, the head of the giant Reliance Industries. The house is 525ft tall and covers an area of 400,000 square feet. It consists of 27 floors featuring a health club, movie theaters and three helipads. Six floors of this giant building are reserved for parking Mukesh Ambani's 168 exotic cars.

Ambani House
Ambani House

Worlds Most Expensive Burger

World's Most Expensive Burger: The Burger
World's Most Expensive Burger: The Burger
World's Most Expensive Burger: FleurBurger 5000
World's Most Expensive Burger: FleurBurger 5000

Most Expensive Burger

Burger King, the hamburger giant has produced the world's most expensive burger. This world's most expensive burger named simply as "The Burger", costs about $186 (£95). It is only available at a West London branch of the Burger King.The Burger is made from Wagyu Beef, decked with white truffles and onion tempura, prepared in Cristal Champagne and Spain's finest Peta Nagra Ham and presented in an Iranian saffron bun.

Another world's most expensive burger is Fleur Burger 5000 created by the celebrated chef Hubert Keller which costs a jaw dropping $5000. The Fleur Burger 5000 is made with Kobe beef, topped with foie gras, truffle sauce and black truffle shavings, which is served on a brioche bun. But the $5000 treat also includes a bottle of Chateau Petrus 1995 which itself costs $5300. A treat specially for you if you possess an expensive taste.

Worlds Most Expensive

Bugati Royale Kellner Coupe
Bugati Royale Kellner Coupe

Most Expensive Car

The 1931 Bugati Royale Kellner Coupe is the world's most expensive car. Better known as the Royale, it was bought at an auction in 1987 for $87,00,000. The Royale, the world's most expensive car, is one of the largest and rarest cars in the world. Compared to a modern Rolce Royce Phantom, the Royale is 20% larger and 25% heavier. It was designed by Ettore Bugati.

The world's most expensive modern car is the Bugatti Veron Super Sports. Priced at about 2,400,00, this is the most expensive street legal car in the market. The Bugati Veron has a top speed of 267kmph and can reach 0-60 in just 2.5 seconds.

Bugati Veyron Super Sports
Bugati Veyron Super Sports
German Sheppard Alsatian
German Sheppard Alsatian

World's Most Expensive Dog

The world's most expensive dog ever sold was a red Tibetan Mastiff named "Bing Splash" or "Hong Dong" in Chinese. It was bought by Chinese multi-millionaire Coal Baron in March 2011. The dog is 11 months old and 3ft tall and weighs more than 180 pounds.

The world's most expensive dog breed is the German Sheppard (Alsation) which can cost from $3000-$24,000. The German Sheppard is a very versatile dog showing outstanding abilities to be trained. A dog training institute claims to train the best rescue dog in the world and sells their German Sheppard for an awesome $24,000.

Red Tibetan Mastiff: World's Most Expensive Dog

Hong Dong
Hong Dong

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    • Ddraigcoch profile image

      Emma 

      6 years ago from UK

      The price is gob smacking but also the psychology between needing to create something that expensive and needing to purchase something that expensive.

      Really unusual items, have shared this article as it has some unique points.

    • GrepoTWPlayer profile image

      GrepoTWPlayer 

      6 years ago from Ireland

      interesting price for a bit of food.nice hub mate!

    • anasshad profile imageAUTHOR

      Anas Shad 

      7 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks Aussie.

    • freecampingaussie profile image

      freecampingaussie 

      7 years ago from Southern Spain

      I like the simplier things in life myself, would hate to have such a big house, interesting hub tho!

    • anasshad profile imageAUTHOR

      Anas Shad 

      7 years ago from Pakistan

      The Price is the most amazing part. ;)

    • joseph merlin profile image

      joseph merlin 

      7 years ago from Jupiter

      Wow That's some interesting awesome information.

      About Watch : Where to see the time it is fully loaded ? lol

      About House : That is really awesome house Reliance Mobiles rocks.

      About Burger : Lol I will prefer to buy other things and enjoy eating burger in front of Big burger.

      About Dog : What special in this dog is ?

      About Car : I will surely prefer Veyron its amazing 407 km / h

      But I think I can wish only....this is too too much expensive....lol

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