Here’s What It’s Like to Be a Malaysian Billionaire’s Daughter
What would you be doing if you had access to more money than you ever knew what to do with?
Meet Chryseis Tan, the jet-setting daughter of Malaysian billionaire businessman and investor Vincent Tan.
Tan, who has a net worth of $1.1 billion, is the chairman and chief executive of the Berjaya Group, a multi-industry conglomerate, as well as the owner of three football clubs around the world and co-owner of the Los Angeles Football Club.
Chryseis is just one of 11 children. When she’s not hanging out with friends around the world, she’s on vacation with her family in Portofino, Italy or the Swiss Alps.
She gets ferried around the world in private jets, helicopters, Rolls Royces and Bentleys.
Bachelorette parties in Bali? EDC in Vegas? Shopping in Beverly Hills? Lunch in Tokyo? Yachting off the coast of Italy? All easily doable.
You may have seen Chryseis at EDC in Las Vegas this year. She was the one who flew in on a helicopter.
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When she’s not somewhere else on the planet, she’s at home in Kuala Lumpur, usually in view of the Petronas Towers. Hey, even DJ Martin Garrix might stop by (below).If you were a billionaire and you needed some alone time, why not head to a spa and resort in the mountains?Of course, Chryseis doesn’t often travel alone — she’s typically accompanied by her good friend and fellow billionaire offspring Faliq Nasimuddin.Nasimuddin is the son of the late billionaire Tan Sri Nasimuddin Amin, who founded the Naza Group, a conglomerate and one of the biggest names in the motor-trade industry of Malaysia.The two travel around the world together and partake in possibly their favorite pastime — eating!Without a doubt, the greatest part about living like a billionaire is eating like one, because there is just …So …Much …… Good food! Shake Shack burgers, fries and a shake in Vegas? Or Wagyu beef carpaccio and beluga caviar? It’s all good.You might catch Chryseis partying at Omnia in Las Vegas next, sun bathing off the coast of Italy or going for a stroll next to the Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey. She could literally be anywhere.
The life of a billionaire’s child — it’s limitless, it’s delicious, it’s fashionable, and the whole world is basically yours. It’s never a bad thing to be blessed, but everything depends on what you do with it.
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