Diamond Langi of Tonga Crowned Face of Beauty International 2013

Diamond Langi of Tonga was crowned Face of Beauty International 2013 during the third edition of the beauty contest held in Bangkok, Thailand on November 12, 2013.

Diamond Langi, hailed from the village of Vaini, Tonga, will be in the Philippines to compete once again as Miss Earth Tonga 2013.

Ahead of the Face of Beauty International Beauty Contest at the Colosseum Theater on Tuesday 12, the 38 contestants from all over the world were taking in all the major tourist attractions in and around Pattaya in order to promote themselves and the show. 

On Friday afternoon the group of beauties made their way to The Sanctuary of Truth in Naklua to visit this magnificent wooden structure dedicated to worldwide religions.

The contest is being held to promote tourism in Thailand and of course the seaside city of Pattaya.

The Sydney based Model will be arriving at the Sydney International Airport at 10.45 am tomorrow Thursday.

Supporters have called on social media for Lang’s fans to “bring your banner's & flowers and your peeps and lets congratulate her together”.

Face of Beauty International 2013 complete results:

Winner: Diamond Langi of Tonga
The first runner-up: Li Mi of Bangladesh
The second runner-up: Shasha Chen of China
The third runner-up: Fonthip Klinpakdee of Thailand
The fourth runner-up: Yana Haenisch of Namibia

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