History of the Consulate General in Los Angeles
Consulate General in Los Angeles It was opened in July 1971 with the first consul general, Mr. Yuthisat Svastiwadawat. Formerly leased at 3450 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, for 12 years until 1983.
Consulate-General Los Angeles, CA 90038 has been in use since November 16, 1983, for a period of 14 years until 1997.
Consulate-General The current office building, located at 611 N. Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90004, was purchased on September 30, 1996, to serve as a joint location for various offices in Los Angeles. His Excellency Mr. Prachuab Chai Sansanee (Minister of Foreign Affairs at the time) presided over the opening of an official office on September 17, 1997. At present, there are 5 offices in Thailand. (1) Royal Thai Consulate-General in Los Angeles (2) Office of Foreign Trade Promotion (3) Tourism Authority of Thailand (4) Office of Investment Promotion and (5) Agricultural Advisory Office.