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Philippines Wins Miss Tourism International 2017

Miss Tourism International 2017/2018 winner Jannie Loudette Alipo-on from the Philippines being crowned by the previous winner Ariel Pearse from New Zealand at the Sunway Resort Hotel, Sunway on Dec 6, 2017.— Sunpix by Adib Rawi Yahya

PETALING JAYA: Philippines beauty queen Jannie Loudette Alipo-on was crowned Miss Tourism International 2017/2018 beating 46 other contestants at the pageant finals held at a hotel here tonight.
Beaming with joy, the 25 year-old received the crown from last year's winner Ariel Pearse of New Zealand.
Jannie walked away with a scholarship worth RM60,000 from Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, RM10,000 cash, trophy and other prizes.
Maja Aleksandra, 17, of Poland was Miss Tourism Metropolitan International; Lois Merry Tengel, 20, of Indonesia (Miss Tourism Cosmopolitan); Diana Hills, 20, of Australia (Miss Tourism Global); Julia Do Vale Horta, 23, of Brazil (Dreamgirl of the Year); and Kamolrut Tanon, 20, of Thailand (Miss South East Asia).
Melissa Ng Sook Khuan, 24, of Malaysia, won the Miss Glowing Glojas title.

(From left) Kamolrut Tanon, 20, of Thailand (Miss South East Asia), Diana Hills, 20, of Australia (Miss Tourism Global), Lois Merry Tengel, 20, of Indonesia (Miss Tourism Cosmopolitan), Malaysia Book of Records founder Tan Sri Datuk Danny Ooi, Miss Tourism International 2017/2018 winner Jannie Loudette Alipo-on from the Philippines, Maja Aleksandra, 17, of Poland (Miss Tourism Metropolitan International), and Julia Do Vale Horta, 23, of Brazil (Dreamgirl of the Year) at the Sunway Resort Hotel, Sunway on Dec 6, 2017. — Sunpix by Adib Rawi Yahya

The pageant themed, "Promoting Tourism, Culture and Friendship", is an international talent search platform aimed at promoting Visit Malaysia Year 2020. 
This is the fourth time the Philippines has won the pageant (2000, 2012, 2013, 2017). 

Source: The Sun Daily, Malaysia, 12/7/2017


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