Puteri Indonesia

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Not to be confused with Miss Indonesia or Miss Indonesia Earth.
Puteri Indonesia
Motto Brain, Beauty and Behavior
Formation 1992
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Jakarta
Location
Membership
Miss Universe
Miss International
Miss Supranational
Official language
Bahasa Indonesia
President
Mooryati Soedibyo
Website www.puteri-indonesia.com

Puteri Indonesia (literally translates into "Princess of Indonesia"), or also known as Miss Universe Indonesia, is the biggest beauty pageant in Indonesia that sends the winner to the Miss Universe pageant. The pageant was established in 1992 and considered the oldest pageant in Indonesia, although the first Miss Indonesia, Wiana Sulastini who was crowned as Miss International Indonesia 1960 to be crowned in 1960 and participated at the Miss International 1960.

History[edit]

Puteri Indonesia was starting to choose the winner for Miss Universe in 1995, but by 1996, the winner was forced to withdraw from competing at the Miss Universe pageant by Mrs. Tien Suharto, who was the wife of the late second president of the Republic of Indonesia, Suharto.

Titleholders[edit]

Puteri Indonesia[edit]

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

In addition to crown the new Puteri Indonesia (Miss Universe Indonesia), at the end of election night event Puteri Indonesia will elect The Princesses as determined by the judges. The official winner will declare as the Puteri Indonesia or Miss Universe Indonesia and will compete at the Miss Universe pageant.

Year Province Puteri Indonesia Ethnicity Placement Special Awards
1992 Jakarta SCR Indira Soediro Javanese Indonesia Miss ASEAN 1991 - Winner §
1993 NO PAGEANT
1994 Jakarta SCR Venna Melinda Bruglia Javanese-Balinese Philippines MU 1994 - Observer
1995 Moluccas Susanty Manuhutu Ambonese Namibia MU 1995 - Unplaced
1996 Jakarta SCR Alya Rohali Betawi United States MU 1996 - Unplaced
1997–1999 NO PAGEANT
2000 Jakarta SCR Bernika Ifada Sundanese Did not compete
2001 North Sulawesi Angelina Sondakh Minahasa Did not compete
2002 West Sumatra Melanie Putria Dewita Minangkabau Did not compete
2003 Jakarta SCR Dian Krishna Nawawi Betawi Did not compete
2004 Bangka Belitung Artika Sari Devi Malay Thailand MU 2005 - Top 15
2005 Jakarta SCR Nadine Chandrawinata Chinese-German United States MU 2006 - Unplaced Best National Costume
(1st Runner-up)
2006 Central Java Agni Pratistha Kuswardono Javanese Mexico MU 2007 - Unplaced
2007 East Java Putri Raemawasti Mulyono Javanese Vietnam MU 2008 - Unplaced
2008 Jakarta SCR Zivanna Letisha Siregar Batak-Sundanese The Bahamas MU 2009 - Unplaced
2009 Aceh Qory Sandioriva Sundanese-Gayonese United States MU 2010 - Unplaced
2010 Jakarta SCR Nadine Alexandra Dewi Ames Welsh-Javanese Brazil MU 2011 - Unplaced
2011 Central Java Maria Selena Nurcahya Chinese United States MU 2012 - Unplaced Best National Costume
(9th Runner-up)
2012 NO PAGEANT
2013 West Sumatra Whulandary Herman Minangkabau Russia MU 2013 - Top 16 Best National Costume
(3rd Runner-up)
2014 East Java Elvira Devinamira Javanese United States MU 2014 - TBA TBA

§ Indira Soediro Indira won Miss ASEAN 1991 before winning Puteri Indonesia 1992

Puteri Indonesia Lingkungan[edit]

Except in 1992-1996, Puteri Indonesia Lingkungan is selected through a special award and in 2006 - now Putri Indonesia Lingkungan directly princess named to the 1st Runner-up Putri Indonesia. Since 2006 the 1st Runner-up will declare as Puteri Indonesia Lingkungan (Environment Ambassador). As of 2007 the winner will represent Indonesia at the Miss Asia Pacific International pageant but the pageant did not held.

Since 2008 the winner of Puteri Indonesia Lingkungan will represent Indonesia at the Miss International pageant.

Year Province Puteri Indonesia Lingkungan Placement Special Awards
1992 DECLARED AS PUTERI INDONESIA 1ST RUNNER-UP
1992 Jakarta SCR Caroline Octavia Did not compete
1993 NO PAGEANT
1994 North Sumatera Irma Rahmayani Lubis Did not compete
1995 Jakarta SCR Rosa Andriani Rai South Korea WMU 1995 - Unplaced
1996 Central Java Dyah Palipur Yudhawati Did not compete
1997-1999 NO PAGEANT
2000 DI Yogyakarta Mandy Andriani Tutuarima Did not compete
2001 Moluccas Helena Yorantina Souissa Did not compete
2002 Aceh Meutia Taurissa Susmex Did not compete
2003 West Kalimantan Sisca Amelia Did not compete
2004 Banten Nadia Mulya Did not compete
2005 DI Yogyakarta Lindi Cistia Prabha China MW 2005 - Unplaced
2006 DECLARED AS PUTERI INDONESIA LINGKUNGAN
2006 South Kalimantan Ananda Krista Algani Did not compete
2007 North Sumatra Duma Riris Silalahi Macau MI 2008 - Unplaced
2008 Bali Ayu Diandra Sari Tjakra China MI 2009 - Unplaced People's Choice Award
2009 West Sumatra Zukhriatul Hafizah Muhammad China MI 2010 - Unplaced Miss Friendship
2010 DI Yogyakarta Reisa Kartikasari China MI 2011 - Unplaced
2011 East Java Liza Elly Purnamasari Japan MI 2012 - Unplaced
2012 NO PAGEANT
2013 South Sumatra Marisa Sartika Maladewi Japan MI 2013 - Unplaced
2014 South Sumatra Elfin Pertiwi Rappa Japan MI 2014 - Top 10 Best National Costume

Puteri Indonesia Pariwisata[edit]

Except in 1992-1996, Puteri Indonesia Pariwisata is selected through a special award and in 2006 - now Putri Indonesia Pariwisata directly princess named to the 2nd Runner-up Putri Indonesia. Since 2007 the 2nd Runner-up will declare as Puteri Indonesia Pariwisata (Tourism Ambassador). As of 2007 the winner will represent Indonesia at the Miss International pageant.

In 2008 - 2010 the winners did not attend in any competition but only worked in Tourism Projects as Tourism Ambassador in the country.

In 2011 Yayasan Puteri Indonesia (YPI) had become the national franchise of Miss Asia Pacific World pageant until 2012, due to conflict at the pageant.

Since 2013 the winner of Puteri Indonesia Pariwisata will represent Indonesia at the Supranational pageant.

Year Province Puteri Indonesia Pariwisata Placement Special Awards
1992 DECLARED AS PUTERI INDONESIA 2ND RUNNER-UP
1992 Lampung Veria Syanusi Did not compete
1993 NO PAGEANT
1994 South Sumatera Valentina Tohir Did not compete
1995 Jambi Dian Cahyani Did not compete
1996 West Sumatera Gusria Setiani Did not compete
1997-1999 NO PAGEANT
2000 Bali Anak Agung Ayu Inten Leony Pratiwi Did not compete
2001 Bali Ni Wayan Eka Ciptasari Did not compete
2002 Jakarta SCR Sagita Shinta Pratiwi Wacik Did not compete
2003 Moluccas Melisa Yasmin Kapitan Did not compete
2004 Gorontalo Novia Isabiet Monoarfa Did not compete
2005 Jakarta SCR Valerina Novita Daniel Did not compete
2006 DECLARED AS PUTERI INDONESIA PARIWISATA
2006 Jakarta SCR Rahma Landy Japan MI 2007 - Top 15
2007 Jakarta SCR Ika Fiyonda Putri Did not compete
2008 DI Yogyakarta Anggi Mahesti Did not Compete
2009 North Maluku Isti Ayu Pratiwi Did not Compete
2010 Gorontalo Alessandra Usman South Korea MAP 2011 - 3rd Runner-up Best Style Dress Award
2011 South Sulawesi Andi Tenri Natassa South Korea MAP 2012 - Top 15 Best Talent
(2nd Runner-up)
2012 NO PAGEANT
2013 Bali Cok Istri Krisnanda Widani Belarus MS 2013 - 3rd Runner-up Best National Costume
(Top 10)
2014 DI Yogyakarta Estelita Liana Poland MS 2014 - Unplaced Best National Costume

Puteri Indonesia Runner-up[edit]

In 1992-1996 the 3rd Runner-up will announce at the grand final of Puteri Indonesia. Since 2000 until now, the rule was made in the Top 6 or Top 5 and then runner-ups will be calling. As of 2013 for the first time another runner-up will rename as the 3rd Runner-up title of Puteri Indonesia and will represent Indonesia at the Miss Grand International pageant. In 2014 Yayasan Puteri Indonesia (YPI) lost the franchise of the Miss Grand International pageant.

Year Province Puteri Indonesia Runner-up Placement Special Awards
2013 North Sulawesi Novia Indriani Mamuaja Thailand MGI 2013 - Unplaced People's Choice Award
(Top 10)

Indonesian Representatives at the International Beauty Pageant before Puteri Indonesia[edit]

Below are the Indonesian representatives to the most prestigious pageant in 1960 - 1983 before Yayasan Puteri Indonesia (YPI) taking the licenses in 1992.

Miss Universe Indonesia[edit]

Since 1974 Indonesia was participated at the Miss Universe pageant in under other managements in the country until 1983. Below are the Indonesian representatives to the Miss Universe pageant according to the year in which they participated.

Year Province Miss World Indonesia Placement Special Awards National Title
Philippines 1974 West Java Nia Kurniasih Ardikoesoema Unplaced Closed Election
El Salvador 1975 Jakarta SCR Lydia Arlini Wahab Unplaced Putri Nusantara 1974
Hong Kong 1976 Jakarta SCR Juliarty Rahayu Unplaced Closed Election
Dominican Republic 1977 South Sumatera Siti Mirza Nuria Arifin Unplaced Best National Costume
(Top 20)
Closed Election
South Korea 1980 Jakarta SCR Andi Nana Rivayatte Basoamier Unplaced 56th Swimsuit Score Closed Election
United States 1981 Jakarta SCR Rosje Soeratman Did not compete Closed Election
Peru 1982 Jakarta SCR Sri Yulianty Unplaced 71st Swimsuit Score Closed Election
United States 1983 Jakarta SCR Andi Botenri Unplaced Closed Election

Miss World Indonesia[edit]

Since 1982 Indonesia was participated at the Miss World pageant in under other managements in the country until 1983. Below are the Indonesian representatives to the Miss World pageant according to the year in which they participated.

Year Province Miss World Indonesia Placement Special Awards National Title
United Kingdom 1982 Jakarta SCR Andi Botenri Unplaced Closed Election
United Kingdom 1983 Jakarta SCR Titi Dwijayati Unplaced Closed Election

Miss International Indonesia[edit]

Since 1960 Indonesia was participated at the Miss International pageant in under Putri Nusantara national competition in the country until 1977. Below are the Indonesian representatives to the Miss International pageant according to the year in which they participated.

Year Province Miss International Indonesia Placement Special Awards National Title
United States 1960 Jakarta SCR Wiana Sulastini Unplaced Miss Java 1960
Japan 1968 Jakarta SCR Sylvia Taliwongso Unplaced Miss Java 1968
Japan 1969 Central Java Irma Hadisurya Unplaced Putri Nusantara 1969
Japan 1970 West Sumatera Louise Maria Maengkom Unplaced Putri Nusantara 1970
Japan 1974 Jakarta SCR Lydia Arlini Wahab* Unplaced Putri Nusantara 1974
Japan 1975 Central Java Yayuk Rahayu Sosiawati Unplaced Putri Nusantara 1975
Japan 1976 Jakarta SCR Treesye Ratri Astuti Unplaced Putri Nusantara 1976
Japan 1977 Jakarta SCR Indri Hapsari Soeharto 2nd Runner-up Putri Duta Indonesia 1977

Miss Asia Pacific Indonesia[edit]

Since 1970 Indonesia was participated at the Miss Asia Pacific International pageant in under Putri Nusantara national pageant in the country until 1982. Below are the Indonesian representatives to the Miss Asia Pacific International pageant according to the year in which they participated.

Year Province Miss Asia Pacific Indonesia Placement Special Awards National Title
Philippines 1970 Jakarta SCR Irma Hardisurya* Unplaced Miss Friendship Putri Nusantara 1969
Philippines 1971 Jakarta SCR Louise Maria Retno Sulistyowati Unplaced Putri Nusantara 1971
Philippines 1972 Jakarta SCR Ike Sulaeman Unplaced Putri Nusantara 1972
Philippines 1973 Jakarta SCR Setyawati Samsiddin 2nd Runner-up Putri Nusantara 1973
Philippines 1974 Central Java Liza Montolalu Sindoro 3rd Runner-up Closed Election
Philippines 1975 West Java Maureen Tenges Unplaced Miss Photogenic Closed Election
Philippines 1976 Jakarta SCR Renny Rosmini Harman Unplaced Closed Election
Philippines 1977 Jakarta SCR Linda Emran** MAPI 1977 Closed Election
Malaysia 1982 Jakarta SCR Andi Botenri*** Unplaced Closed Election

By number of wins (Province)[edit]

Below are the number of winners as Puteri Indonesia according to the year in which they crowned.

Province Titles Winning Years
Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta Special Capital Region 8 1992, 1994, 1996, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2010
Coat of arms of East Java.svg East Java 2 2007, 2014
Coat of arms of Central Java.svgCentral Java 2006, 2011
West Sumatra coa.svg West Sumatra 2002, 2013
Maluku coa.pngMoluccas 1 1995
North Sulawesi coa.png North Sulawesi 2001
Bangka belitung coa.pngBangka Belitung 2004
Aceh coa.png Aceh 2009

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