Some 42 confidently beautiful Filipinas from all over the country are vying for the title of Miss Tourism Philippines 2016. The winner will be an ambassador that will help propagate and develop tourism through fostering relationship with different provinces and cities in the country.
The pageant aims to showcase the heritage and culture of the local destinations to appreciate and explore the beauty of the country side.
Miss Philippines Tourism 2016 Director Francisco “Gareth” Blanco, Jr. and producer Amelia Abarquez said they are proud to welcome the growing number of participating provinces, cities and municipalities in the tourism-oriented contest proving their belief in the value and importance of the pageant’s advocacy and giving their full support by sending their best representatives.
Miss Tourism Philippines 2016 will culminate in a spectacular coronation night on May 28 at Theater for Performing Arts, Resorts World with a delayed telecast on ABS CBN Channel 2 on June 2
The 42 candidates of Miss Tourism Philippines are: Katherine Joy Ruiz (Abucay, Bataan), Dyan Shane Magabo (Antipolo), Dominique Batan (Bataan), Hige Keziah Maligay (Cagayan de Oro City), Sandra Ann Goldstein (Cainta-Rizal), Claudette Arsanique (Calamba City), Charlene Baera (Candelaria, Quezon), Jean Tumang (Capas, Tarlac), Estephanie Delgado (Carmona, Cavite), Ethel Abellanosa (Cebu City), Shenna Mae Zaldivar (Dapitan City), Ruth Charlene Cheng (Fil-Chinese Community), Thea Faith Nortez (Guiguinto, Bulacan), Krizsa Nicollite Serquina (Ibaan, Batangas), Arlene Guillermo (Las Pinas City), Marjorien Moster (Lipa City), Jane Sotomayor (Makati City), Paola Bianca Bagaforo (Manila), Aeriel Bartolome (Marikina City), Marlyn Guinto (Marila, Bulacan), Quennie Marie Orbeta (Muntinlupa City), Sarah Gabriel (Nueva Ecija), Michelle Carcido (Padre Garcia, Batangas), Azmen Razul (Palawan), Patricia Kay Arabaca (Pampanga), Sharyl Diana Catchillar (Pangasinan), Joana Espiritu (Pasay City), Maria Paula Adda Prose (Piat, Cagayan Valley), Aviella Jarahnelle Napiza (Pila, Laguna), Shanon Tampon (Quezon City), Karen Grace Atienza (Rodriguez, Rizal), Donna Maestro (Romblon), Casey Esguerra (Rosario, Batangas), Angela Templo (San Mateo, Rizal), Jovylyn Mateo (Sorsogon), Xyla Bayudang (Tabuk City, Kalinga), Edna Dublin Mantile (Tacloban City), Czerina Kim Hernandez (Taysan, Batangas), Krystelle Mhae Ignacio (Tarlac City), Jenny Rose Llorin (Tayabas, Quezon), Dale Ivory Lee (Valenzuela City) and Chryzia Mhea Cantalejo (Zambales).
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