In the women's division, last year's third runner-up, Chan Shuk Han of Hong Kong again made the semi-finals after she beat Kaohsiung Open first runner-up, Lin Shih-Han of Chinese Taipei, 211-199 in Round 2 to make the semi-finals.
But Chan just could not get her momentum right from the start with an opened frame. She was narrowly beaten by Tsai Hsin-Yi, 224-243 to settle for fourth runner-up. 2017 2017 World Championships Trios bronze medallist, Su Shu-Wen of Chinese Taipei edged Tsai, 48-39 in the 9 and 10 frame tie-breaker to earn her first-ever tour title after locking at 233 in the all-Taiwanese final.
Su trashed compatriot and ABF Tour Thailand leg champion, Wang Ya-Ting, 266-234 in the all-Taiwanese semi-finals to reach the final. The champion edged newly-crowned Kaohsiung Open Women's champion, Julia Lam of Macau, 230-224 in Round 1.