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The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali prepares to host Miss World 2013 contestants
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- Created on Monday, 22 July 2013 10:15
The opening ceremony for Miss World 2013 will be held in the tastefully-appointed Mangupura Hall in the adjacent Bali International Convention Centre. It will be televised live through RCTI to enthusiastic viewers in 160 nations around the globe on Sunday, 8th September 2013.
The pageant and all of its supporting activities will be conducted with the highest possible respect towards the religious and cultural values of Indonesia. The format of Miss World 2013 will be specially crafted to explore the inner beauty and personal beliefs of each contestant.
“It is indeed a great honour to be one of the official hotels for this prestigious international event. Miss World 2013 will certainly put Indonesia together with the island of Bali in the global spotlight as a quality destination. Filming will highlight some of Bali’s best locations and I am sure that the island’s unique culture and warm hospitality will appeal to audiences around the world watching the pageant. The entire Westin team is looking forward to welcoming this group of extremely beautiful ladies to ensure that they have an enriching experience” comments Mr. Bipan Kapur, Managing Director of The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali.
Miss World is a celebration of femininity, intelligence and social grace. It is an annual competition that has been running since the 1950’s and pays tribute to the most beautiful women on earth. Now in its 63rd year, Miss World 2013 is taking place in Indonesia for the very first time and is set showcase the archipelago in an inspiring new light.
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