Miss Universe Thailand 2018 Sophida Kanchanarin

02 Jul 2018 | Angelique Reyes

On 30th June, 2018, Miss Universe Thailand organization crowned another gorgeous beauty queen to represent the country of Thailand at the Miss Universe 2018 pageant. Miss Universe Thailand 2018 Sophida Kanchanarin, also known as Ning, will now represent Thailand, to the best of her abilities, at the Miss Universe 2018 pageant later this year where Miss Universe 2017 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters will eventually crown her successor.


Miss Universe Thailand 2018 Sophida Kanchanarin

(Photo Credits: Miss Universe Thailand Facebook Official)

After wearing her crown, and beaming with pride, and joy, Sophida didn’t take time before thanking all her supporters in one of the messages on her social media.

Thank you all my fans for your support and Thank you to Miss Universe Thailand organization for selecting me to represent Thailand. I promise that I will do my very best and will continually improve myself in every ways to make Thai people proud in Miss Universe 2018.

Sophida is currently living in the district of Lak Si, Bangkok, Thailand. She is a 23-year-old Investment banker at TMB Bank Public Company Limited and stands tall at 5 feet and 7 inches. Sophida attained her degree in Finance from the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.


Miss Universe Thailand 2018 Sophida Kanchanarin


The pageant saw a selection of over 70 girls, who wanted to fight for the title of Miss Universe Thailand 2018, but only 40 were fortunate enough to get shortlisted and walk the finale stage. Sophida outshone 39 other contestants, and proved herself in the final Top 2 question and Answer round, where she was scored higher than her competitor Thitaree Kasorn who eventually became the 1st runner-up of Miss Universe Thailand 2018.

Sophida has been putting in her hours at the gym, as well as other preparations that were necessary for her win, and has proven that with hard work and dedication, anyone can achieve any goal, no matter how far off it might seem.

So cheers to the newly crowned queen of Thailand.