Only twenty-five minutes north of Chiang Mai’s city center, located in the quaint rice farming community of Doi Saket, easy to get to, but away from the traffic and noise resides FLC’s training campus. The Kalnin Center partners with many organizations who seek access to a event facility in Southeast Asia. The Kalnin Center is affordably priced, comfortable and practical, and ideal for staff training, conferences, and retreats.
As you enter the front gate, you’ll know why we’ve nicknamed it, The Kalnin Center. Along the driveway a grove of densely packed mango trees lead up to the buildings. The thirteen and a half acres provide a beautiful and serene location for training events or social functions.
The four buildings on campus can hold up to two hundred overnight-guests with the option of dormitory accommodations, or private air-conditioned rooms with en suite bathrooms. Each building serves multiple functions with the emphasis on training and conference events. Wifi access throughout all three buildings improves learning opportunities. The buildings are handicap accessible as are some bedrooms.
The Jones Building
Contains dormitory accommodations and an air-conditioned classroom, with two private offices, for up to thirty-five people.
The Rennert Residence Building
Provides 38 private rooms, a meeting space for 15 with a projector, small-group meeting space, and a recreation room. Convenient laundry service is also available.
Is a multi-purpose building able to host a variety of functions. The main room accommodates up to four hundred attendees in an acoustically reinforced space that is ideal for music and lectures, contains black-out curtains, a projector, and a platform stage. The staff of the commercial kitchen provides made-to-order hygienically prepared meals with a variety of cuisine throughout the day. Ferraro Hall also contains a smaller meeting space ideal for twenty participants, private meeting rooms, and dormitory accommodations.
The campus grounds offer open areas for group activities, or secluded walks through the trees. Kids will enjoy the playground, and a ten-minute hike up the adjacent mountain gives panoramic views of the Chiang Mai valley.