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Here is an always-up-to-date guide for electrical sockets on all locations we visit on tour - Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, and Bali. Before you travel to any of these incredible countries, make sure to check this guide to know which electrical plugs will be available during your trip. Please note than an electric adaptor will be required for most trips overseas!

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Which Electrical Plug Do I Use In Vietnam?

Which Electrical Plugs Do I Use In Thailand?

Which Electrical Plugs Do I Use In Sri Lanka?

Which Electrical Plugs Do I Use In Cambodia?

Which Electrical Plugs Do I Use In Bali?

Which Electrical Plug Do I Use In Vietnam?

Electricity in Vietnam is 220V. We suggest investing in an affordable travel adaptor that allows you to charge your devices from home with ease while on tour. Please note this does not convert electricity and wattage should be checked before plugging any device into the wall. 

 

The following plugs are used throughout Vietnam:

Which Electrical Plugs Do I Use In Thailand?

Electricity in Thailand is 220 V. Power outlets usually feature two-prong round or flat sockets. We suggest investing in an affordable travel adaptor that allows you to charge your devices with ease while on tour. Please note this does not convert electricity and wattage should be checked before plugging any device into the wall.

The following plugs are used throughout Thailand:

Which Electrical Plugs Do I Use In Sri Lanka?


Standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. You can use your electric appliances in Sri Lanka if the standard voltage in your country is between 220 - 240 V. We suggest investing in an affordable travel adaptor that allows you to charge your devices with ease while on tour. Please note this does not convert electricity and wattage should be checked before plugging any device into the wall. 


The following electrical plugs used in Sri Lanka:

Which Electrical Plugs Do I Use In Cambodia?

Cambodia operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz. As voltage can differ from country to country, you may need to use a voltage converter or transformer whilst in Cambodia.

The following electrical plugs are used throughout Cambodia:

Which Electrical Plugs Do I Use In Bali?


Voltage in Bali is 30V/50Hz. Plugs have two round pins. We suggest investing in an affordable travel adaptor that allows you to charge your devices with ease while on tour. Please note this does not convert electricity and wattage should be checked before plugging any device into the wall.

The following electrical plugs are used in Bali:

That covers all of the countries we visit on our 11- to 23-day backpacking tours in Southeast Asia. For more helpful travel information and backpacking tips, please visit our Useful Information page or drop us a line.