Ilocana Nurse topped Miss Tourism PH 2018 feat

Ilocana Nurse topped Miss Tourism PH 2018 feat

Report: Anton Eder | Media Correspondent

Managing Editor: Raymund Thom Golez 

Photos: Anton Eder & Jerry Ilao

MANILA, Philippines – Five titles and crowns were awarded to five gorgeously ladies at the coronation night of the Miss Tourism Philippines 2018 where Kamille Quinola of Ilocos Sur bagged the top plum as Miss Tourism Queen Worldwide 2018. The pageant coronation event was held at the Chateau Royale Resorts and Spa in Nasugbu, Batangas on the evening of August 25th.

Quiñola is a 24 years old registered nurse currently working at Ilocos Sur Provincial Hospital Gabriela Silang. Her advocacy focuses on highlighting the importance of Agri-Tourism in the Philippines.

Crowned as Miss Tourism World is Kathleen Gomez of Balete, Batangas, while Jeniel Ela Estrella of Bacnotan, La Union got the Miss Tourism Universe tilt. Completing the remaining major titles were Lorraine Joy Apria of Socorro, Oriental Mindoro who bagged the title of World Tourism Ambassador, while Miss Tourism Ambassador tilt went to  Krizzanthena Charla Babano of General Trias, Cavite.

This year’s pageant edition is the new beginning for Miss Tourism Philippines (MTP). This year they’re not just a platform for young ladies to compete but they also commit to make the whole nation united with their mission, and that is to promote our country’s tourism through Beauty, Arts and Culture. MTP believes that tourism has a great impact in helping the country’s socio-economic status and as a national pageant, they will use this to involve the Local Government units in creating more tourist attractions in their own local community. Leveraging the life of many by providing better opportunities when it comes to business and livelihood. Valuing and preserving the country’s art and culture. MTP is also focused on making sure that they will continue on making awareness about the almost forgotten lifestyle and culture. They have high hopes that this year they’ll be able to help the Philippines not only with tourism but also in preserving the natural resources by giving back to Mother Nature and the community.

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