Thailand at major beauty pageants

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This is a list of Thailand's official representatives and their placements at the Big Four international beauty pageants, considered the most important in the world.

Hundreds of beauty pageants are conducted yearly, but the Big Four are considered the most prestigious,[1] widely covered and broadcast by media.[2] The Wall Street Journal,[3] BBC News,[4] CNN,[5] Xinhua News Agency,[6] and global news agencies such as Reuters[7] and Agence France-Presse[8][9] collectively refer to the four major pageants as "Big Four" namely: Miss Universe, Miss World, Miss International, and Miss Earth.[10][11][12]


The Thailand franchise holders of the four major beauty pageants are the following:

  • Miss Thailand World — for Miss World
  • Miss Universe Thailand — for Miss Universe and Miss Earth (2001-2012, 2015-2017)
  • Miss International Thailand, Miss Thailand, Miss Heritage Thailand — for Miss International
  • Miss Earth Thailand — for Miss Earth (2013, 2021-present).

Thailand's Big Four titleholders[edit]

Thailand has been represented in the Big Four international beauty pageants, the four major international beauty pageants for women.[3][13] These are Miss World, Miss Universe, Miss International and Miss Earth.[14][15][16]

Color Key
  •      Miss Universe winner
  •      Miss World winner
  •      Miss International winner
  •      Miss Earth winner
  •      Ended as Runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the Finalists, Semi-finalists
YEAR MISS UNIVERSE MISS WORLD MISS INTERNATIONAL MISS EARTH
2021 TBA TBA TBA TBA
2020 Amanda Obdam
Top 10
↑ No Pageant Held Teeyapar Sretsirisuvarna
Top 20
2019 Paweensuda Drouin
Top 5
Narintorn Chadapattarawalrachoat
Top 40
Sireethorn Leearamwat Teeyapar Sretsirisuvarna
Top 20
2018 Sophida Kanchanarin
Top 10
Nicolene Pichapa Limsnukan
1st Runner-Up
Keeratiga Jaruratjamon
Top 15
Nirada Chetsadapriyakun
2017 Maria Poonlertlarp
Top 5
Patlada Kulphakthanapat Ratiyaporn Chookaew
Top 15
Paweensuda Drouin
Top 8
2016 Chalita Suansane
Top 6
Jinnita Buddee
Top 20
Pattiya Pongthai
Top 15
Atcharee Buakhiao
2015 Aniporn Chalermburanawong
Top 10
Thunyachanok Moonnilta Sasi Sintawee
Top 10
Chavika Watrsang
2014 Pimbongkod Chankaew Nonthawan Thongleng
Top 11
Punika Kulsoontornrut
2nd Runner-Up
Sasi Sintawee
Top 16
2013 Chalita Yaemwannang Kanyaphak Phokasomboon Chonticha Tiangtham
Top 15
Punika Kulsoontornrut
2nd Runner-Up/Dethroned
2012 Farida Waller Vanessa Herrmann Rungsinee Panjaburi Waratthaya Wongchayaporn
2011 Chanyasorn Sakornchan Patcharida Blatchford
Top 30
Kantapat Peerdachainarin
Top 15
Niratcha Tungtisanont
Top 16
2010 Fonthip Watcharatrakul Sirirat Rueangsri
Top 25
Piyaporn Deejing
1st Runner-Up
Watsaporn Wattanakoon
2nd Runner-Up
2009 Chutima Durongdej Pongchanok Kanklab Picha Nampradit Rujinan Phanseethum
Top 8
2008 Gavintra Photijak Ummarapas Jullakasian Panasrom Kumkit Piyaporn Deejing
Top 16
2007 Farung Yuthithum
Top 15
Kanokkorn Jaicheun Chompoonek Badinworawat Jiraporn Sing-ieam
Top 8
2006 Charm Osathanond
Top 20
Melisa Mahapol Vasana Wongbuntree
Top 12
Pailin Rungratanasunthorn
2005 Chananporn Rosjan Sirinda “Sindie” Jensen Sukanya Pimmol Kanokwan Sesthaphongvanich
2004 Morakot Aimee Kittisara Nikallaya Abdul Dulaya Sunisa Pasuk Radchadawan Khampeng
Top 8
2003 Yaowalak Traisurat Janejira Keardprasop Pawina Bamrungrot
Top 12
Anongnat Sutthanuch
2002 Janjira Janchome Ticha Leungpairoj Piyanuch Khamboon
Top 12
Lalita Apaiwong
2001 Warinthorn Padungvithee Lada Engchawadechasilp Kanithakan Saengprachaksakula Victoria Wachholz
2000 Kulthida Yenprasert × Phongkajorn Sareeyawat ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 2001 in Manila, Philippines.)
1999 Apisamai Srirangsan Kamala Kumpu Na Ayutthaya ×
1998 Chalida Thaochalee × ×
1997 Suangsuda Lawanprasert Tanya Suesuntisook
Top 5
×
1996 Nirachala Kumya Sirinya Winsiri ×
1995 Pavadee Vicheinrut Yasumin Leautamornwattana Aranyaporn Jatupornphan
1994 Areeya Chumsai Patinya Thongsri ×
1993 Chattharika Ubolsiri Matoros Kato Leaudsakda Supasiri Payaksiri
1992 Orn-anong Panyawong Metinee Kingpayom Pornnapha Theptinnakorn
1991 Jiraprapa Sawettanan Rewaedee Malaisee ×
1990 Passaraporn Chaimongkol Panida Umsaard Laksamee Tienkantade
1989 Yonlada Ronghanam Prathumrat Woramali
Top 10
Mayuree Chaiyo
1988 Porntip Nakhirunkanok
WINNER
Thaveeporn Hunsilp Passorn Boonyakiat
1987 Chutima Naiyana Benjawan Srilapan Prapaphan Bamrubngthai
1986 Thaveeporn Klungpoy Sangravee As-Savarak Janthanee Singsuwan
1985 Tarntip Pongsuk Parnlekha Wanmuang Sasimaporn Chaikomol
1984 Savinee Pakaranang
Top 10
Intira Insompoh Pranee Meawnuam
1983 Jinda Nernkrang Tavinan Kongkran Kasama Senawat
1982 Nipaporn Tarapanich Alisa Kajornchaiyakul Kanda Thae-chaprateep
Top 15
1981 Massupha Karbprapun Massupha Karbprapun Seenuan Attasara
Top 15
1980 Artitaya Promkul Unchulee Chaisawan Wanalee Te-meerak
1979 Wongduan Kerdpoom Tipar Suparbpun Phattamavadee Ann Thanaputti
1978 Pornpit Sakornujit Orasa Panichapan ×
1977 Laddawan In-Yah Siriporn Savanglum Umpa Phuhoi
1976 Katareeya Areekul Duangcheewan Komolsen Duangratana Thaweechokesubin
1975 Wanlaya Thonawanik Raevadee Pattamaphong ×
1974 Benjamas Ponpasvijan Orn-Jir Chaisatra Uvadee Sirirachata
1973 Kanok-orn Bunma Pornpit Sakornujiara Chintana Techamaneevat
Top 15
1972 Nipapat Sudsiri Jintana Jitsophon
Top 15
Sarinya Thattavorn
1971 Warunee Sangsirinavin Boonyong Thongboon Supuk Likitkul
1st Runner-Up
1970 × Tuanjai Amnakamart Panarat Pisutthisak
Top 15
1969 Sangduen Manwong × Usanee Phenphimol
4th Runner-Up
1968 Apantree Prayutsenee
Top 15
Pinnarut Tananchai
Top 15
Rungtip Pinyo
4th Runner-Up
1967 × ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1951 in England, United Kingdom. Thailand sent their first delegate in 1968.)
↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1960 in California, United States and then it was transferred in 1968 in Tokyo, Japan. Thailand sent their first delegate in 1968.)
1966 Jeeranun Savettanun
2nd Runner-Up
1965 Apasra Hongsakula
WINNER
1964 ×
1963 ×
1962 ×
1961 ×
1960 ×
1959 Sodsai Vanijvadhana
1958 ×
1957 ×
1956 ×
1955 ×
1954 Amara At-Savanon
1953 ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1952 in California, United States and then it was transferred in 1960 in Florida, United States. Thailand sent their first delegate in 1954.)
1952
1951


× Did not compete
No pageant held

Pageant Placements Best result
Miss Universe 7 top 15
Miss World 10 Runner-Up (2018)
Miss International 19 1st runner up Star*.svg (2010,1971)
Miss Earth 11 2nd Runner-Up (2010, 2013 Dethroned)
Total 53 3 TITLES

Hostings[edit]

Year pageant Location Venue
1992 Miss Universe Khlong Toei, Bangkok Queen Sirikit National Convention Center
2005 Pak Kret, Nonthaburi Impact, Muang Thong Thani
2018

See also[edit]

  • Miss Thailand
  • Miss Teen Thailand
  • Miss Thailand World
  • Miss Universe Thailand
  • Miss International Thailand
  • Miss Earth Thailand
  • Miss Tiffany's Universe
  • List of beauty pageants
  • List of Thai representatives at major international beauty pageants

References[edit]

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