We are traveling to Laos and I would like to know what kind of plugs they use there. Are they the same as in Spain (2 rounded holes?).
The plugs I saw and used had those blade prongs, but they also had round holes for those other plugs as well. I always travel with a plug adaptor just to be sure, but both my cell phone and digicam recharger (flat prongs) could be used all over Laos.
Different voltage to Europe though. 230 volts here.
OK, if you want to get technical, have a look here-
Simple answer to this question; take nothing electrical. I see folks traveling with more baggage than one would need for a move. BTW, I was in Laos 2 years ago and have been traveling to Asis for several years. We will spend December in Laos and Viet Nam. Laos is a wonderful country.
Well, I am not the expert in electrical, but I can tell you that everywhere in this world peoples used electricity in 220 volts plus/minus 20 volts except in the great USA we used 120 plus/minus 20 volts.
Some places have round and/or flat outlet, some place have both. It is best if you carry adapter that can be plug into round or flat.
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