Los Angeles is ready to welcome Indian visitors: Seema Kadam

The diverse, multiethnic population of Los Angeles today distinguishes the city as the cultural hub of the Pacific Rim.

In an exclusive interaction with TravelDine, Seema Kadam, Regional Director-India, Los Angeles Tourism and Convention board, talks about the roadmap and why Los Angeles is a big draw for Indian travellers.

The City of Los Angeles holds many distinctions. It is the entertainment capital of the world, a cultural mecca boasting more than 100 museums, many of them world-class, and a paradise of idyllic weather. From tourist attractions like the Walk of Fame’s collection of stars (more than 2,614 and growing by one or two a month) to career opportunities like those presented in the expanding tech industry, Los Angeles is the place to be. It is the only city in North America to have hosted the Summer Olympics twice – and by 2028 the third time. 

Los Angeles has the only remaining wooden lighthouse in the state (located in San Pedro’s Fermin Park) and the largest historical theater district on the National Register of Historic Places (located Downtown on Broadway).

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