The 30 beauties competing for the “Miss Thailand World 2018” title joined workshops this morning in Phetchburi and Prachuab Khiri Khan provinces on their second day in camp.
The 30 beauties competing for the “Miss Thailand World 2018” title joined workshops yesterday in Phetchburi and Prachuab Khiri Khan provinces on their second day in camp.
In the morning they gave alms to the monks then headed off to a fishing village in Soi Hua Hin 55 to collect garbage as part of a CSR activity organised by the pageant organiser and non-profit organisation Trash Hero Hua Hin.
“Trash Hero aims to raise awareness of marine conservation and stress the need to reduce garbage in order to save marine life. Sea animals die of eating plastic and the garbage in the sea is one of the main concerns. The only way to solve this situation is to reduce or stop the use of non-decomposing waste,” said Pennapa Kradtarn.
The candidates then travelled to Ace of Hua Hin Resort to exercise with the Fit-Training course led by trainer Anoma “Mayji” Saransikarin.
The public can follow the girls on the “Miss Thailand World 2018 The Reality” programme airing on Saturdays and Sundays from 9.30 to 10.30pm on Channel 28 from August 25. They can vote for their favourite candidate in the People’s Choice Award, the winner of which will automatically go into the last 12.
Voting can be done through SMS by typing MTW followed by the number of the candidate that you like and send to 4838433 between August 26 and September 14. Or vote online at www.MissThailandWorld.net, where you can also check the results.
The winner of Miss Thailand World 2018 will receive a prize valued at Bt1 million. The crown for the winner, runner-up and second runner are from Siam James Heritage and valued at Bt3 million. Other prizes include an A Space Sukhumvit 77 condominium from Areeya property worth Bt2.4 million and a Hyundai IONIQ Electric priced at Bt1.749 million. The final takes place on September 15 at Paradium Hall The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam, and will be broadcast live from 8.30pm on Channel 28.