The Top 3 (L-R) Mariia Ovechkina of Belarus, 2nd Runner-Up; Kantapat Peeradachainarin of Thailand, Miss Tourism Queen International 2011; Jeanine Castro of Fernando de Noronha, 1st Runner-Up.
Crowned as Miss Tourism Queen International 2011 is Kantapat Peeradachainarin from Thailand, the country’s first-ever victory in the pageant. She bested 91 other delegates for the crown last held by Ekaterina Grushanina of Russia from 2009 up to the finals of the pageant tonight in Xi’an, China.
Coming in as members of her court of beauties are First Runner-Up Jeanine Castro representing Fernando de Noronha, Second Runner-Up Mariia Ovechkina of Belarus , Third Runner-Up Wang Lu of North China, and Fourth Runner-Up Nelly Almas from Tanzania.
The other ladies who made it to the Top 10 are the delegates from Portugal, Namibia, Bolivia, India and Canada. Miss Philippines Isabella Manjon failed to make the first cut, but was given a Special Award of Miss Charity.
Congratulations to all the winners!
Miss Philippines Isabella Manjon (L) and still-reigning Miss Tourism Queen International 2009 Ekaterina Grushanina.
Miss Philippines Isabella Manjon during the preliminary evening gown competition of MTQI2011.
One girl will be crowned Miss Tourism Queen International 2011 tonight in Xi’an, China. Out of the 80+ ladies vying for the crown currently on the head of Russia’s Ekaterina Grushanina (who won last 2009), I am singling out Miss Philippines Isabella Manjon as one strong contender, together with the following delegates: Livia Nepomuceno of Brazil, Gabriela Armas Moran of Ecuador, Donique Leonard of South Africa and Amanda Warecka of Poland.
Will our very own Isabella zoom to the top in the finals? We can only wait with bated breath.
In the meantime, let’s wish her all the best. The winner should be known before midnight tonight.
Stay stuck! 🙂
courtesy of tongspicy
Bb. Pilipinas-Tourism 2011 Isabella Manjon during one of the activities of Miss Tourism Queen International 2011.
Isabella Manjon will be spending Christmas away from home. She is still in the middle of competitions for Miss Tourism Queen International 2011. If it’s any consolation, she will have around 100 new sisters to bond with while the whole world is celebrating December 25 in the conpany of loved ones. At any rate, it is still a contest and every single one of the candidates are out there to win. So how do we show Isabella our love?
Easy. Let us make her feel the warmth of our constant support by voting HERE.
The finals will not be until December 27, so let’s keep rooting for her victory! 🙂
Isabella Manjon...still looking gorgeous in the middle of freezing weather in China.
Isabella Manjon can warm up any cold heart with her ravishing beauty.
Even in group pictures, Isabella Manjon (1st row, 3rd from left) effortlessly shines.
Isabella is simply charming and beautiful!
2011 Bb. Pilipinas-Tourism Isabella Manjon is doing a great job representing the Philippines in Xi’an, China for Miss Tourism Queen International 2011. Cold weather or not, she is standing out with her sunny smile, endearing charm and altogether queenly beauty. Just look at these images and you’ll agree with me. You can still continue voting for her in the pageant by clicking HERE
. She needs our support. If she wins or places well in the finals on December 27, then all our five national beauty queens for 2011 will be the best modern batch ever. 😉
Isabella Manjon: Bb. Pilipinas-Tourism 2011 and Miss Philippines in Miss Tourism Queen International 2011
2011 Bb. Pilipinas-Tourism Isabella Manjon has safely arrived in Xi’an, China. She joins more than a hundred candidates from all over the world vying for the Miss Tourism Queen International 2011. Our representative is in high spirits despite the cold weather and the prospects of spending Christmas (and possibly New Year if she wins or places high) away from her loved ones. Her main objective is to bring more honor to the country in the pageant arena, and add to the 2011 achievements of Shamcey Supsup, Gwendoline Ruais, Athena Mae Imperial and Dianne Necio.
Miss Philippiines Isabella Manjon posing in the hotel lobby before attending an activity for MTQI.
At this point, you can still continue casting your votes for Isabella by clicking HERE. Let us support her that way we did for all our queens this year.
Watch our for more updates about Miss Tourism Queen International 2011. 😉
Isabella Manjon, 24, Bb. Pilipinas-Tourism 2011, was given her formal send-off by the Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. yesterday afternoon. She is all set to leave todayfor Beijing en route to Xi’an, China for the 2011 Miss Tourism Queen International. Seeing her off are batchmates Shamcey Supsup, Dianne Necio, Janine Tugonon and MJ Lastimosa.
Our representative will stay in the host Chinese city until a few days after Christmas since finals night is scheduled for December 27, 2011.
So while Isabella will be spending the freezing cold holidays out there, let us keep her warm by continuing the vote in the pageant’s website (www.mtqi.com). Let’s support her all the way.
Good luck and Godbless! 🙂
(Photo credit: Bruce Casanova of OPMB Worldwide)
courtesy of isnaberongmacutelet
Isabella Manjon's photo in the MTQI website
Bb. Pilipinas-Tourism 2011 Isabella Manjon is the official Philippine delegate to Miss Tourism Queen International 2011
in Xi’an, China. With the successful forays of Shamcey Supsup, Gwendoline Ruais, Dianne Necio and Athena Mae Imperial in their respective competitions, her bid to end the year on a high note needs our support. And that means voting for her in the MTQI website
A single vote in the website (equivalent to 10 votes) costs USD3.00. I know it hurts the pocket, but if you’re one of those who have the spare fund to do so, then consider it a gift to Isabella.
1. Voting Closing date on the 26th December 2011, 1700 Hour (GMT +08:00).
2. You may vote as many times as you like through Miss Tourism Queen International online voting engine provided in this website.
3. A minimum 10 votes cost USD 3.00, 50 votes cost USD15.00, 100 votes cost USD30.00, 400 votes cost USD100.00 and 1200 votes cost USD300.00 with Credit/Debit Card payments only.
4. All payment & transactions will be performed via a third party Internet Payment Engine (WorldPay).
5. Should a candidate withdraws, or is replaced or is disqualified, there will be no refunds in votes to the voter and his credit card. Monies once paid for votes are non refundable.
6. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entertained.
7. Results will be published in the Miss Tourism Queen International Website.
8. No employees of Miss Tourism Queen International Organization, its promotion partners, its advertising agencies or their families are eligible to enter.
9. Miss Tourism Queen International Organization shall reserve the right to amend the Terms and Conditions of this contest.
10 Votes will be taken in only before cut-off time. Votes after cut off time will not be valid. The counter will be based by our IT system house based in Singapore.
11. Miss Tourism Queen International Organization reserves the right to reject votes used by fraudulent credit cards and may disqualify the contestant’s votes.
If you want to cast a vote for Isabella, click HERE.
Our bet will be leaving for Xi’an (via Beijing) early next week. And the girl is giving her 100% to place in MTQI, if not bring home the crown.
Let’s support Isabella! 🙂