Miss Indonesia

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Miss Indonesia
Also known as Miss World Indonesia
Format Beauty pageant
Created by Liliana Tanoesoedibjo
Country of origin Indonesia
Original language(s) Indonesian, English
No. of seasons 7
Production
Location(s) Balai Sarbini (2005)
Jakarta Convention Center (2006–2009)
Central Park Jakarta (2010-present)
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 180 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel RCTI
First shown in 2006
Original airing 2006
External links
Official site Miss Indonesia

Miss Indonesia, also known as Miss World Indonesia, is an annual beauty pageant in Indonesia that sends its winner to the Miss World pageant. The pageant was established in 2005 and the winner was sent to Miss ASEAN pageant. Starting 2006, the winner of the pageant has been sent to the Miss World.

Assessment[edit]

Aspects used in the assessment of Miss Indonesia varies from year to year.

  • 2006: C2B2 - Beautiful(Cantik), Intelligent(Cerdas), Talented(Berbakat), virtuous(berbudi)
  • 2007: BE SHE - Beautiful, Smart, Healthy, Eastern Value
  • 2008: MISS- Manner, Impressive, Smart, Social

Selection process[edit]

In order to represent her province at the National Finals, each delegate must go through an audition process conducted in major cities of Indonesia. Each year, a total of 33 delegates are selected to participate at the final round, one from each province.

Contestant eligibility[edit]

  • An Indonesian citizen, aged 17–23 years, not married, with a minimum height of 167 cm.
  • Participants must reside or region from the region represented.
  • Appearances attractive / beautiful, intelligent, and personality.
  • Able to communicate in a foreign language will provide added value.
  • Prioritized who have special skills / achievement in a field (e.g.: music, dance, pull the sound, leadership, language, etc.).

Special awards[edit]

Current special awards include:

  • Miss Congeniality
  • Miss Beautiful Skin
  • Miss Healthy
  • Miss Favorite
  • Miss Online
  • Miss Lifestyle

Former awards:

  • Miss Sporty (2009, 2011)
  • Miss Tourism and Culture (2005)
  • Miss Healthy Hair (2008)
  • Miss Innovation (2010)
  • Miss Best Body (2010−2011)
  • Miss Slim and Healthy (2010)

Fast track awards[edit]

To follow suit the format of Miss World, since 2011 Miss Indonesia has included Fast Track events. These events are held during preliminary round. The winners of Fast Track events are automatically qualified to enter the quarterfinal round.

Fast Track events which have been used since 2011 are:

  • Miss Talent (2011−present)
  • Miss Sports (2011−present)
  • Top Model (2011−present)
  • Beauty With a Purpose (2012-present)
  • Nature & Beauty Fashion (2014-Present)
  • Multimedia Award (2014-Present)

Titleholders[edit]

Edition Province represented Miss Indonesia Ethnicity
2005 West Java coa.png West Java Imelda Fransisca Chinese
2006 North Sulawesi coa.png North Sulawesi Kristania Virginia Besouw Minahasa
2007 West Java coa.png West Java Kamidia Radisti Sundanese
2008 Coat of arms of East Java.svg East Java Sandra Angelia Lim Chinese
2009 Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta Special Capital Region Kerenina Sunny Halim Chinese, American
2010 West Java coa.png West Java Asyifa Latief Arab, Sundanese
2011 Coat of arms of East Java.svg East Java Astrid Ellena Indriana Yunadi Chinese
2012 Bali COA.svg Bali Ines Putri Tjiptadi Chandra Balinese
2013 West Kalimantan coa.png West Kalimantan Vania Larissa Tan[1] Chinese
2014 West Sulawesi coa.png West Sulawesi Maria Asteria Sastrayu Rahajeng[2] Sundanese, Balinese

Miss Indonesia at International pageants[edit]

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists

Representatives at Miss World[edit]

As of 2006, Miss Indonesia became the national franchise holder of Miss World in Indonesia. The winner of Miss Indonesia represents her country at Miss World. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.

Edition Miss Indonesia Placement Special awards
Poland 2006 Kristania Virginia Besouw Unplaced Miss Sport (Top 24)
China 2007 Kamidia Radisti Unplaced Beauty With A Purpose (Top 5)
Best Talent (Top 18)
South Africa 2008 Sandra Angelia Lim Unplaced Best Talent (Top 19)
South Africa 2009 Kerenina Sunny Halim Unplaced Beach Beauty (Top 12)
Best Talent (Top 22)
China 2010 Asyifa Latief Unplaced
United Kingdom 2011 Astrid Ellena Indriana Yunadi Top 15 Beauty With A Purpose
Best Talent (Top 11)
China 2012 Ines Putri Tjiptadi Chandra Top 15 Beauty With A Purpose (3rd Runner-up)
Beach Fashion (Top 40)
Top Model (Top 56)
Interview Scores (Top 16)
Indonesia 2013 Vania Larissa Tan[3] Top 10 Best Talent
Beach Fashion (Top 11)
Interview Scores (Top 11)
United Kingdom 2014 Maria Asteria Sastrayu Rahajeng[4] TBD TBD

Representatives at Miss ASEAN[edit]

In 2005 for first time, Miss Indonesia winner competed at Miss ASEAN pageant where the second edition was held in Jakarta, Indonesia. As of 2006 Miss Indonesia Organization lost the franchise of Miss ASEAN pageant.

Edition Miss Indonesia Placement at MI Placement Special awards
Indonesia 2005 Imelda Fransisca Winner 1st Runner-up People's Choice award
Thailand 2012 Patricia Gunawan (Handpicked) Top 10 1st Runner-up

Representatives at Asia's Next Top Model[edit]

Edition Miss Indonesia Placement at MI Placement
Singapore Cycle 2 Janice Hermijanto Top 10 Top 10

By number of wins (Province)[edit]

Province Titles Winning years
West Java coa.png West Java 3 2005, 2007, 2010
Coat of arms of East Java.svg East Java 2 2008, 2011
West Sulawesi coa.png West Sulawesi 1 2014
West Kalimantan coa.png West Kalimantan 2013
Bali COA.svg Bali 2012
Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta Special Capital Region 2009
North Sulawesi coa.png North Sulawesi 2006

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