Ticket prices via Thai Ticket Major (thaiticketmajor.com) from the cheapest (THB2,500.00) to the priciest (THB50,000.00)
Sale of tickets will start on Sunday, November 18, 10am (Bangkok time) via thaiticketmajor.com
At today’s exchange rate, 1 Thai Baht = 1.60 Philippine Peso, so the cheapest would be a little over PHP4,000.00 and the priciest at over PHP80,000.00.
Wow! How I wish the figures hue close to the Las Vegas price points whenever the finals would be held there.
Here are three (3) additional details just to build up the excitement a little more…
1) There will be a record-breaking number of ninety-five (95) delegates who will vie for this year’s crown.
2) Sirivannavari Bangkok will provide the swimwear to be worn by the ladies.
3) Miss Universe 1988 Porntip Bui Simon Nakhirunkanok will be one of the judges this year. (Source: 2018 Miss Universe)
Below is a video compilation of the Thai TVCs which starred Miss Universe Philippines 2018 Catriona Gray and aired throughout Thailand in years past.
Dusit Thani Bangkok will be the Official Residence of Miss Universe 2018 in the Land of Smiles starting late next month till the Finals on December 17.
Watch our for a Press Conference on October 29 to be graced by reigning Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters along with present and former Miss Universe Thailand titleholders Sophida Kanchanarin, Maria Poonlertlarp and Chalita Suansane.
With the hotel’s hosting of the delegates for Miss Universe 2018, it will be one of their last big events before the end of operations on January 5, 2019.
The legendary Dusit Thani will close its doors to make way for a new property within a 36.7 billion baht mixed-use project to be built in partnership with Thailand’s Central Pattana Public Company.
For more information on special promotions visit: http://www.dusit.com
The Press Conference just ended.
And it’s now official – Miss Universe 2018 will be hosted in Bangkok, Thailand this coming December.
Get ready to book your flights and hotels before the prices zoom up instantly!
Three Miss Universe titleholders during the Press Conference: (left to right): Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters (2017), Apasra Hongsakula (1965) and Natalie Glebova (2005).
Photo credit: t-pageant.com
The Press Conference for the formal announcement of Bangkok, Thailand as the host of Miss Universe 2018 will start in less than an hour from now.
Miss Universe 2017 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters and MUO President Paula Shugart are in Bangkok right now for the much-awaited formality of this year’s edition.