Thailand’s Teeyapar Sretsirisuvarna retires from pageantry to focus on being an entrepreneur

05 Dec 2020 | Priya Bhardwaj

Teeyapar Sretsirisuvarna, who recently represented Thailand at Miss Earth 2020, has decided to retire from the pageantry to focus more on being an entrepreneur and DJ. This year, she became the first ever candidate to compete and represent a country twice in a row at Miss Earth competition.

Nampetch is 27-years-old and stands 168 cm tall and graduated from Business Administration of the North Bangkok University. She took to her official social media to talk about her future venture as she said, “Dear all my love fans. Please stop spared fake news I’m gonna join ME2021. For me I’m enough for pageant I’m not have plan to do pageant anymore because I’m already 28 year old and I’m already represent Thailand 9 times on international pageant miss earth 2020 it’s my last and end of legendary beauty queen.”



“Now I’m start my new life to full time work for my own company I have 3 company to take care and work in Thai Entertainment an actress Dj influencer presenter too. And another thing I will never stop is work for environment and reduce plastic waste pollution and love and care to our Mother Earth. Love all of you and take care”, she quoted.

Nampetch is not new to the pageantry as she competed in Miss Universe Thailand 2014 and was placed as the second runner-up at the end of the event finale but was dethroned because of the scandal. She was later appointed as Miss Earth Thailand 2019 by the National Director of Miss Earth Thailand and represented Thailand at the Miss Earth 2019 where she was placed at the top 20 and was awarded Best Eco-Media Beauty award. She was adjudged as the second runner up at Miss Tourism Queen International 2016, Charity Queen Thailand 2018, and Miss Asia Global Thailand 2018.