The Miss Tourism Vietnam pageant is back, and this year, it’s bigger than ever! We’re thrilled to announce that the competition is open to all women of Vietnamese nationality, aged 18 to 28, who embody the beauty and spirit of our nation. During a press conference held in Ho Chi Minh City on June 9, it was announced that contestants must be single, without children, and at least 1.62m tall, with no history of cosmetic surgery. The semi-finals, set for July 6 in the breathtaking town of Sa Pa, will see the top 60 contestants compete for a spot in the final round. The beautiful town of Sa Pa, located in Lao Cai province, is renowned for its stunning scenery and cultural heritage.

The competition intensifies as we narrow it down to the top 40 finalists for the grand finale on July 20 in Cam Pha City, Quang Ninh province. The winners will be crowned with prestigious titles and awarded lucrative prizes. The Miss Tourism Vietnam 2024 winner will take home a cash prize of VND300 million, while the first and second runners-up will receive VND200 million and VND100 million, respectively. But that’s not all; we will also be announcing the winners of our sub-contests, including Miss Sea, Miss Talent, Miss Inspiration, Miss Fashion, Best Evening Dress, Best Face, Miss Ao Dai Vietnam, and Most Favorite Beauty.

Our top 3 finalists will embark on a journey across Vietnam’s 63 cities and provinces as tourism ambassadors, promoting the country’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. Miss Tourism Vietnam, first held in 2008, took a hiatus until its return in 2022, and now continues biennially. We are excited to discover and celebrate the beauty, talent, and cultural pride of Vietnam through this prestigious pageant.

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