Engfa Waraha crowned as Miss Grand Thailand 2022 at Miss Grand final competition over the weekend

Bangkok –

Engfa Waraha, Bangkok Miss Grand candidate, was crowned as the new “Miss Grand 2022: 10th Year Aniversary” at the final competition Friday, April 30th, at the Show DC Hall in Bangkok.

The competition kicked off with an opening show from Patcharaphon “Nam” Chantapradit, Miss Grand Thailand 2020, along with this year’s contestants from 77 provinces, showing off their strength and potential as a modern woman.

The final 20 finalists, five from each region, were announced before competing in the swimsuit competition. MC Matthew Dean also announced the ‘Best in Swimsuit Award’ which belongs to Miss Grand Chiang Mai as well as the ‘Best Director Award’ for Miss Grand Khon Kaen and the ‘Best Designer Award’ for Miss Grand Nakhon Sawan.

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The final five finalists to be challenged in the final questions were Miss Grand Phrae, Miss Grand Kalasin, Miss Grand Angthong, and Miss Grand Bangkok. This was one of the most anticipated parts of the competition for many Thai people as most of the questions were related to Thai politics and the government and current social issues.

After the pageant questions, the results of the competition were announced. Engfa Waraha from Bangkok became the Miss Grand Thailand 2022, followed by Amanda Jensen of Phuket as the 1st Runner-up, Tanawan Wigg of Kalasin as the 2nd Runner-up, Ornpreeya Nesa Mahmoodi of Ang Thong as the 3rd Runner-up, and Suphatra Kliangprom of Phrae as the 4th Runner-up.

Photo Courtesy: Miss Grand Thailand


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National News Writer at The Pattaya News from September 2020 to October, 2022. Born and raised in Bangkok, Nop enjoys telling stories of her hometown through her words and pictures. Her educational experience in the United States and her passion for journalism have shaped her genuine interests in society, politics, education, culture, and art.