Megan Young from Philippines has been crowned as the Miss World 2013 by last year's winner Wenxia Yu from The Peoples Republic of China.
Megan Young won the crown after outpacing 126 other contestants at the glittering ceremony held at the Bali International Convention Centre in Indonesia on Saturday night.
Miss France was named runner-up, while Miss Ghana came third in the contest.
The top 5 finalists at this year's 63nd edition of Miss World beauty pageant are from Philippines, Brazil, France, Ghana and Spain.
Miss Gibraltar Maroua Kharbouch won Miss World 2013 Peoples Champion and entered directly in the top 6 at the final.
India's contender Navneet Kaur Dhillon failed to make it in the top 20 list. However, she won "Miss Multimedia Award 2013" and finished ninth among the top 10 finalists of "Beauty with a Purpose award".
Young looked gorgeous in a floor-length mermaid style skin colour gown as she was crowned by Wenxia.
Megan is 23-year-old and is currently studying digital film making. Megan has worked in films, television shows and as a presenter. In future, Megan wants to take the role of director.
Megan is a big Harry Potter fan and enjoys playing video games in free time, according to Miss World Official website.
In the final round, the top six were asked to explain why they deserve to be win the Miss World crown, to which Young said: "I will use my core values in my understanding, not only helping others but to show other people how they can understand others and together as one we shall help society."