Consulate-General of Indonesia, Houston

Consulate-General of Indonesia, Houston The Consulate-General of Indonesia in Houston (Konsulat Jendral Republik Indonesia di Houston) is Indonesia's diplomatic facility in Houston, Texas, United States.The building is located at 10900 Richmond Avenue in the Westchase district.

The facility serves the U.S. states of Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. In addition the Houston consulate serves Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The consulate includes an exhibit of Indonesian culture.As of 2004 Houston had the fifth largest Indonesian population in the United States; this helps sustain the consulate.HistoryThe Indonesian consulate opened on May 25, 1982 with Rachadi Iskandar as the first consul general. From its founding until March 1988 the consulate existed on the 19th floor of Three Post Oak Central, an Uptown Houston skyscraper part of the Post Oak Central complex. In April 1988 the consulate moved to 5633 Richmond Avenue. In 1993, consul general Achmad Surjadi purchased the 44815sqft building located at 10900 Richmond Avenue.

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10900 Richmond Ave
Houston, TX


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