I have heard that it is possilbe to use a European electrical adapter in Laos and Cambodia. Is this correct? I have an 'Australian to European' adapter 250vAC with two cylindrical plugs. Otherwise what should I get? Is there a general Asian adapter? I am going to Thailand also. Any help is much appreciated.
#1 Posted: 16/4/2008 - 20:15
The two-pin ("European") plug is generally used in most places in Cambodia and Laos. It can often be a bit tricky to make any kind of plug to fit securely in the sockets though.
#2 Posted: 16/4/2008 - 21:11
thanks for the advice. I don't suppose you or anyone else knows if it's the same in Thailand.
thanks so much
#3 Posted: 17/4/2008 - 11:04
The situation is pretty much the same for Thailand. At least I've never had problems with the same plugs there either.
#4 Posted: 17/4/2008 - 15:11
Thanks very much.
#5 Posted: 19/4/2008 - 09:31
30th July, 2006
Messaging not enabled.
The two-prong adaptors have worked for me in Laos. Sometimes the Lao outlets can be worn, so I've been taking a small roll of electrical tape to tape the plug and adaptor to the outlet -- to prevent the plug from falling out when I'm recharge my camera battery, for example.
#6 Posted: 27/4/2008 - 01:03
You can buy adapters here everywhere, so wtp?
#7 Posted: 27/4/2008 - 08:45
thanks for all the tips, they are much appreciated.
#8 Posted: 27/4/2008 - 17:09
Add your reply
You need to be logged in to add a reply.
Not a member? you can join here.
|Possibly related discussions||Replies||Views||Latest reply|
|Electrical adapters for Thailand & Cambodia ...||6||2543||23 Oct 2006|