Mr Gay Thailand Pattanajuk Vipadakul (Supplied)
Mr Gay Thailand Pattanajuk Vipadakul (Supplied)

An Aesthetic Doctor has won the Mr. Gay Thailand competition.

As the Mr. Gay World competition starts to make an impact in the Asia and Oceania region, Thailand is one of many countries that will be represented at the final in Madrid this year.

This will be the fifth appearance at the final by Thailand and follows on from Hugo Pison Poly who represented the country last year

Mr Gay Thailand Pattanajuk Vipadakul (Supplied)
Mr. Gay Thailand Pattanajuk Vipadakul (Supplied)

Pattanajuk Vipadakul won the high-quality competition in front of a huge crowd at the Celebrity Club in Bangkok in late November.

The 30-year-old, from the North Eastern Regional city of Udon Thani, defeated a group of ten contestants that included four doctors, two successful businessmen in Bangkok and three professional health and fitness practitioners and one professional model.

1st Runner was Nuttapong Sabsarn, (Doctor) and 2ndRunner-upp is Anuwat Srikern (Gym trainer).

Mr Gay Thailand winners (L-R) 1st Runner-up Nuttapong Sabsarn, Winner Pattanajuk Vipadakul, 2nd Runner-up Anuwat Srikern (Supplied)
Mr. Gay Thailand winners (L-R) 1st Runner-up Nuttapong Sabsarn, Winner Pattanajuk Vipadakul, 2nd Runner-up Anuwat Srikern (Supplied)

Officials of the competition were enthusiastic about the high standard.

Director of Mr. Gay World from Asia, Africa, and Oceania Igor Scheurkogel said they were very enthusiastic about the high standard of entries.

“All of the contestants are real role-models for the youth of Thailand and society in general,” explained Mr. Scheurkogel.

“The Mr. Gay World organization is seeing a huge change within the Asian and Oceania region where the focus is on making a difference and leading by example.”

Mr Gay Thailand Pattanajuk Vipadakul (Supplied)
Mr. Gay Thailand Pattanajuk Vipadakul (Supplied)

Pattanajuk Vipadakul will join all other country representatives at the Mr. Gay World Final to be held in Spain in May.