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Sri Lankan contestant wins World’s Best National Costume at NagaWorld

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National costumes from all over the world showcased unique cultures at NagaWorld.

Related story: Miss Brazil takes home Miss Tourism Metropolitan International 2019 crown

The winner of the National Costume Competition, the highly-anticipated subsidiary event of the Miss Tourism Metropolitan International (MTMI) 2019, was unveiled after a catwalk extravaganza at NagaWorld1 Lobby Stage.

Marsha Sheron Martin from Sri Lanka bagged the ‘Best in National Costume’ award after she was shortlisted in the top 5 among 30 ravishing delegates from all over the world that showcased their unique cultural identities through their national costumes.

Joining Ms Sheron Martin in the Top 5 was co-contestants from Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. With the catwalk over, local designer The Prive showcased its latest Cambodian-inspired fashion collection before the announcement of the winner.

The top 5 ‘Best in National Costume’ delegates – Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Cambodia &
Malaysia (Left to Right). Follow NagaWorld and NABA Theatre and Shows Facebook pages to
win free tickets to the MTMI 2019 World Final, 14 December, NABA Theatre @ NagaWorld2.

After successfully hosting the MTMI World Final in 2016, NagaWorld returned as the official hotel for MTMI for a second time. The event will be streamed in more than 80 countries worldwide. Besides the crowning of Miss Tourism Metropolitan International 2019, awards will be presented to the top 4 runners-up as well as ‘Best In Talent’, ‘Miss Friendship’ and ‘Miss Photogenic’.

The World Final of the MTMI will take place in NABA Theatre at NagaWorld2 on Dec 14 at 7.30 pm. To win tickets for the World Final, be sure to follow NagaWorld and NABA Theatre and Shows Facebook pages.

The ‘Best in National Costume’ award goes to Miss Marsha Sheron Martin from Sri Lanka.
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