Today in Bali, Indonesia, Miss Universe R’Bonney Gabriel, #AndreinaMartinez and #GabrielaDosSantos visited the Ubud Royal Palace and met with the King of Ubud His Royal Highness Tjokorda Putra Sukawati. They wore stunning traditional Balinese costumes.
Mister Tourism World could be the next biggest event in international male pageantry
This coming Saturday, January 30, a new international male pageant will officially be born in Bali, Indonesia where the Grand Launching and Press Conference will happen at the Harris Ballroom on Sunset Road Kuta. This is Mister Tourism World 2016, and it aims to set the bar high in the staging of a competition among “charmingly cultured” and handsome men from different countries.
courtesy of Chase Dasalla
The island of Bali will also host the inaugural edition and grand finals from November 17-26, 2016, with Bhumiku Convention Center as the venue for the election of the winner. This early, the response from national directors from different countries is very encouraging. I wouldn’t be surprised if the organizers will exceed the initially-anticipated number of confirmed delegates.
Pia in Bali for a commercial shoot and a charity event
So before Miss Universe 2015 Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach finally arrives in Manila this coming Saturday night for her Grand Homecoming, she is spending a couple of nights in Bali, Indonesia to film a TV commercial for YOU C-1000 in the sandy beaches of the popular destination (remember the ones Olivia Culpo and Molly Isler and Paulina Vega did during their time?). She is also scheduled to make a personal appearance in a big charity event with local VIPs and Celebrities as guests.
By Saturday, Queen P will be so giddy in excitement waiting for her flight to Manila to depart. Her ETA will be 8:00PM. And from that point, the Pia Fever will really hit boiling proportions!
The schedule of the Miss World 2013 candidates in Bali is supposed to be just until Sunday, September 8. But up to now, there is no sign of the Beach Beauty (in Sarong) segment getting underway. Instead, we see them on the beachfront having dinner (not that I don’t appreciate the group photo above).
This post should already contain images of the ladies in their sarong best, while soaking their feet in the waters of the beach. What better place to have them do that but in Bali. Or are the organizers playing it by ear and checking out first if it’s already safe to let the 123 reps loose on the sand and have their photos taken? I haven’t heard of any religious groups camping near the venue…yet.
At any rate, I expect things to happen this weekend. Activities should already start heating up big time. Otherwise, my next MW-related blog might be titled ‘Boring in Bali’. 😉
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