Miss Tourism International

Miss Tourism International
Formation 1994
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Kuala Lumpur
Location  Malaysia
President Datuk Danny Ooi H.E

Miss Tourism International is an annual international beauty contest run by the D’ Touch International s Sdn Bhd Foundation.[1] The beauty pageant had same with Miss Tourism International in Sri Lanka that was held three times (1993, 1996 & 2002). Nevertheless, the pageant not held again.

The contest began in 1994 in Kuching, Malaysia. Malaysia hosts Miss Tourism International every year, except in 2006 it was held outside Malaysia for the first time, in Guangzhou, China. The beauty pageant was not held in 1996, 1997 and 2007.

History

The Miss Tourism International world final is a New Year’s Eve pageant that plays host to more than 45 international beauty queens from around the world.

The inauguration of Miss Tourism International was held in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia in 1994. Introduced by the president and franchise owner, Datuk Danny Ooi, today, Miss Tourism International contest has set its mark[clarification needed] in more than 76 countries.[citation needed] The Philippines

Titleholders

Year Country/Territory Miss Tourism International Date Location Entrants! Pageant Date
1994  Australia Michelle Leigh Holmes May 6 Kuching, Malaysia 24
1995  Greece Marianna Pateli March 24 Langkawi Island, Malaysia 24
1998  Poland Roksana Jonek March 30 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 21
1999  Poland Agnieszka Zakreta October 30 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 21
2000  Philippines Maria Esperanza Manzano November 19 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 19
2001  India Candice Pinto December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 26
2002  Thailand Piyanuch Khamboon December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 26
2003  South Africa Angela Beck December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 30
2004  USA Megha Nabe December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 33
2005  France Isabelle Lamont December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 36
2006  Romania Florina Manea November 12 Guangzhou, China 41
2008  India Manasvi Mamgai December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 43
2009  Germany Sarah Elzanowski December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 45
2010  Netherlands Nathalie den Dekker December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 55
2011  Malaysia Gabriella Robinson December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 54
2012  Philippines Rizzini Alexis Gomez December 31 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 56

By Number of Wins

Country/Territory Titles Winning years
 Philippines 2 2000, 2012
 India 2001, 2008
 Poland 1998, 1999
 Malaysia 1 2011
 Netherlands 2010
 Germany 2009
 Romania 2006
 France 2005
 USA 2004
 South Africa 2003
 Thailand 2002
 Greece 1995
 Australia 1994

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Year Winner 1st Runner-up 2nd Runner-up 3rd Runner-up 4th Runner-up
1994  Australia  Malaysia  Korea  India  Philippines
Michelle Leigh Holmes Emelia Abdul Hamid Jee Young-min Barkha Madan Maria Riza Martinez
1995  Greece  Malaysia  USA  Philippines  Costa Rica
Marianna Pateli Lavinia Tan Kimberly Byers Sherilyne Reyes Heidi Esquivel
1998  Poland  Czech Republic  Philippines  Malaysia  Honduras
Roksana Jonek Gabriela Adamcova Mellany Montemayor Ooi Bee Bee Miriam Luna
1999  Poland  Philippines  Finland  Thailand  Costa Rica
Agnieszka Zakreta Racquel Uy Ruut Kangas Nirachala Kumya Nidia Guzmán
2000  Philippines  France  Venezuela  Ukraine  Spain
Maria Esperanza Manzano Maud Garbier Cristina Concepcion Olesya Krakhmalyova Lourdes Martinez
2001  India  Czech Republic  Poland  China  Malaysia
Candice Pinto Zuzana Stepanovska Monika Gruda Amy Yan Wei Lyndel Soon
2002  Thailand  China  Turkey  Bosnia & Herzegovina  Lebanon
Piyanuch Khamboon Yin Zi Ebru Günzel Aida Osmanovic Maha Hojeaj
2003  South Africa  Greece  China  Argentina  Czech Republic
Angela Beck Victoria Karyda Xing Hui Yuan Laura Romero Zuzana Putnarova
2004  USA  Ukraine  Venezuela  China  Singapore
Megha Nabe Marina Gorobets Maria Gabriela Pérez Guan Shan Shan Nur Rahman
2005  France  Taiwan  India  Greece  Thailand
Isabelle Lamont Chang Ta-Hsin Shriya Singh Maria-Madalena Ergati Porntip Prasertsong
2006  Romania  India  France  Mexico  Georgia
Florina Manea Tanya Vakil Maud Tordjman Ana Maria González Nino Abashisze
2008  India  Brazil  Bosnia & Herzegovina  Thailand  Hong Kong
Manasvi Mamgai Cibele Mello Alma Mulalic Ananya Chinsangchai Ruby Wong
2009  Germany  Venezuela  Brazil  Malaysia  Czech Republic
Sarah Elzanowski Jéssica Ibarra Thays Calmany Neves Edwina “Weena” Marcus Gabriela Korinkova
2010  Netherlands  Australia  Venezuela  Philippines  Monaco
Nathalie den Dekker Holly-Anne Visser Stephany González Barbara Salvador Borgoljin Bayarsaikhan
2011  Malaysia  Panama  Thailand  Singapore  Czech Republic
Gabriella Robinson Carolina Brid Patsaraporn Khonkhamhaeng Amanda Leong Jana Kopecka
2012  Philippines  Australia  Venezuela  Paraguay  Malaysia
Rizzini Alexis Gomez Monika Rodulovic Marielis Alejandra Castellanos Perez Lourdes Maria Del Carmen Motta Rolon Jun Yong Wan Jun

 


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