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Power points?

Posted by chicoelnino on 22/1/2011 at 04:46

Just wondering on train travel in SE.Asia are there power points on the train in which one can charge up batters, laptops etc??

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Posted by chicoelnino on 23/1/2011 at 06:42

Anyone?

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Posted by chicoelnino on 26/1/2011 at 10:16

No one seems to know this??

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Posted by somtam2000 on 26/1/2011 at 14:41 admin

IN the 1st class cabins in the Thai trains there are power plugs, though not sure about how reliable they are. Not sure about second class.

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Posted by Captain_Bob on 27/1/2011 at 00:09

In addition to the 1st class cabins on Thai sleeper trains I seem to recall seeing powerpoints/sockets on the wall in the Sprinter trains (2nd class aircon seat cars). I'd be a bit hesitant to wack my laptop/iPod plugs into these (ages old) but you can have a go. No trains to speak of in Laos and Cambodia but maybe someone else can reply re. Vietnam etc.

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