Malveen Kaur elected Miss Malaysia Globe 2021

02 Aug 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Miss Grand Malaysia 2021 finalists Malveen Kaur has been officially elected as Miss Malaysia Globe 2021 after she successfully completed a virtual indoor judging session. She will represent Malaysia at the upcoming edition of The miss Globe beauty pageant. She succeeds Miss Malaysia Globe 2020 Melody Wang for the title.

27 years old Malveen from Senai, Johor embodies the perfect global face and charisma is the perfect candidate to carry the challenge at The Miss Globe 2021 in Albania. Standing 168 cm tall, she is a fashion designer by profession and joined pageantry after her family members and friends motivated her to and soon the diva’s love for beauty pageants grew.



The Miss Grand Malaysia organization held the virtual finale for the 2021 edition last night where Malveen was the first runner up with a final score of 72.2%, justifying her exemplary performance throughout the pageant. She emerged as one of the fan- favorites and a very potential contender for the national title.

Malveen is a positive, hopeful, and humble woman who never fails to express her gratitude towards the people who help her to move ahead in life with positivity and a lot of motivation to do something for society. She believes that she has all the abilities and capabilities to represent the country at an international competition and she is very proud of herself as she believes that she stepped up her game to move into pageantry earning the respect from my people.

She works as an education counselor where she along with her team provides an opportunity for underprivileged students for education. She explains that she feels very proud of being able to help the children with their education.  She added, “This platform is very important to me, to my advocacy and my country. I owe this opportunity to the children I have put smiles on their faces and helped them understand that this world is theirs to lead.”



She is the also founder of ‘The Bunga Project’ which is a house for children who are survivors of violent tragedies. Malveen explains that this project/house was created to undo all the sufferings and unfairness that occurred and affected the lives of these children.

Malveen has managed to swoon everyone over with her confidence, skills and experience and is now all set to represent Malaysia at The Miss Globe 2021. The 18th version of The Miss Globe will take place in 2021; where candidates from more than 90 countries and autonomous territories will compete for the title and crown for 2 weeks.