GOLD 1, cost 1.5 Million Malaysia Ringgit owned by Yang di-Pertuan Agong!

Recently, the Road Transport Department of Malaysia, JPJ, organized an eagerly anticipated bidding event for the prestigious "GOLD" car number plate. The release of this highly sought-after plate sparked a flurry of excitement and anticipation among car enthusiasts and collectors throughout the nation.

The highlight of the bidding came when the iconic "GOLD 1" number plate went under the hammer. Amidst intense competition, the bidding reached remarkable heights, ultimately culminating in a staggering winning bid of 1.5 million Malaysian Ringgit. The victorious bidder was none other than the esteemed Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the reigning monarch of Malaysia.

May be an image of slow loris and text that says "Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar 2m・ NOMBOR PLAT 'GOLD 1' MILIK YANG DI-PERTUAN AGONG Nombor plat kenderaan keluaran khas "GOLD 1" menjadi milik KDYMM Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Sultan Ibrahim selepas membida nilai tertinggi dalam sejarah negara, sebanyak RM1.5 juta yang akan disalurkan kepada Kerajaan Persekutuan. Terdahulu, Seri Paduka Baginda berkenan menerima mengadap YB Anthony Loke, Menteri Pengangkutan pada hari ini (20 Februari) di Istana Negara. Pada pertemuan itu, YB Anthony Loke turut mempersembahkan secara simbolik nombor plat kenderaan berkenaan kepada Yang di-Pertuan Agong. #YDPAgong #AllahPeliharakanSultan #IstanaNegara"


This significant acquisition not only solidifies the Yang di-Pertuan Agong's passion for unique and exclusive car number plates but also underscores the enduring allure and prestige associated with such registrations in Malaysia. The purchase of the "GOLD 1" plate by the nation's monarch adds a regal touch to its already esteemed history.

The event serves as a testament to the thriving culture of car customization and collectibles in Malaysia, where personalized number plates are revered as symbols of status and individuality. The acquisition of "GOLD 1" by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong further cements its status as one of the most coveted and iconic car number plates in the country's history.


21 Feb 2024