Miss Thailand World

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Miss Thailand World
Formation 1985
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Bangkok
Location
Membership
Miss World
Official language
Thai
President
Supol Wichianchai
Website www.missthailandworld.net

Miss Thailand World is a national pageant in which the winners compete in the Miss World beauty pageant and whoever is voted to have a beautiful Chinese complexion is selected to participate in Miss Chinese International. Miss Thailand World is not related to the previous Miss Thailand or Miss Universe Thailand pageants.

The reigning Miss Thailand World is Jinnita Buddee who was crowned on May 28, 2016, in Bangkok by Thunchanok Moonnilta, Miss Thailand World 2015. Jinnita Buddee will represent Thailand at the Miss World 2016 pageant.[1]

History[edit]

In 1985, BEC-Tero Entertainment Pcl. (Channel 3) was awarded the rights to host the Miss Thailand World pageant and to send a Thai representative to compete at Miss World. Parnlekha Wanmuang was crowned the first Miss Thailand World in 1985.[2]

Winners[edit]

Color key

  •      Declared as Miss World
  •      Ended as runner-up or Top 5 in Miss World
  •      Ended as one of the quarter-finalists or semi-finalists at Miss World
Year Miss Thailand World Province represented Placement at MW
2017 Patlada Kulphakthanapat Bangkok
TBA
2016 Jinnita Buddee Chiang Rai Top 20 Semi-finalist
2015 Thunyachanok Moonnilta Chiang Mai
2014 Nonthawan Thongleng Surat Thani Top 11 Semi-finalist
2013 Natalie Kanyapak Phoksomboon Udon Thani
2012 Vanessa Herrmann Phuket
2011 Patcharida Blatchford Bangkok Top 31 Quarter-finalist
2010 Sirirat Rueangsri Chiang Mai Top 25 Semi-finalist
2009 Pongchanok Kanklab Bangkok
2008 Ummarapas Jullakasian Nonthaburi
2007 Kanokkorn Jaicheun Bangkok
2006 Melisa Mahapol Nonthaburi
2005 Sirinda Jensen (successor) Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya
Atchara McKay (resigned) Chiang Mai Did not compete*
2004 Nikallaya Abdul Dulaya Yala
2003 Janejira Keardprasop Bangkok
2002 Ticha Luengpairoj Nakhon Pathom
2001 Lada Engchawadechasilp Songkhla
2000
No competition
1999
No competition
1998
No competition
1997 Tanya Suesuntisook Bangkok Top 5
1996 Cindy Burbridge Chonburi
1995 Yasumin Leautamornwattana Bangkok
1994 Patinya Thongsri Chanthaburi
1993 Maturose Kato Leaudsakda Bangkok
1992 Metinee Kingpayom Bangkok
1991 Issariya Apichai Ang Thong
1990 Chanakarn Chaisri Prachuap Khiri Khan
1989 Prathumrat Woramali Bangkok Top 5
1988 Papassara Chutanupong Suphanburi
1987 Benjawan Srilapan Ubon Ratchathani
1986 Sangravee As-Savarak Bangkok
1985 Parnlekha Wanmuang Bangkok

Note: * Atchara McKay resigned her title and 1st runner-up Sirinda Jensen took over the Miss Thailand World title.[3]

Thai representatives at Miss World before 1985[edit]

Color key

  •      Declared as Miss World
  •      Ended as runner-up or Top 5 in Miss World
  •      Ended as one of the quarter-finalists or semi-finalists at Miss World
Year Representative's Name Placement Special Notes
1984 Intira Imsompoh The last Thai representative before Miss Thailand World created
1983 Tavinan Kongkran
1982 Alisa Kajornchaiyakul
1981 Massupha Karbprapun Also a representative at Miss Universe 1981
1980 Unchulee Chaisuwan
1979 Tipar Suparbpun
1978 Orasa Panichapan
1977 Siriporn Savanglum Winner at Miss Asia-Pacific 1978
1976 Duangcheewan Komolsen
1975 Raevadee Pattamaphong
1974 Orn-Jir Chaisatra
1973 Pornpit Sakornujiara
1972 Jintana Jitsophon
Top 15
1971 Boonyong Thongboon
1970 Tuanjai Amnakamart
1969
No representative
1968 Pinnarut Tananchai
Top 15

Notes[edit]

  • 2008 – Ummarapas Jullakasian, 1st runner-up Miss Thailand World 2007, was selected to compete in Miss World 2008 pageant.[4]
  • 1998 – Kamala Kumpu Na Ayutthaya, third runner-up Miss Thailand World 1994, was selected to compete in Miss World 1999 pageant.
  • 1995 – Yasumin Leaudmornwattana, 1st runner-up Miss Thailand World 1994, was selected to compete in the Miss World 1995 pageant.

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