I had no problems charging an iPod, Shuffle, and digital camera which would normally be plugged to 220v outlets in Australia.
I did however need two types of adaptor plugs – as the pins and sockets varied slightly across the country.
Electricity in Cambodia is 220 volts with various electric sockets but adaptors are widely available at any electric appliance store, which is located on street sides or business streets.
Generally the sockets were either suited for plugs with two large round prongs, or two small round prongs. Some locations would have sockets that were designed to take either version.
Generally speaking, it is as safe to go out at night as it is anywhere else in the world.
Exercise the same common sense as you would at home, and there should be no problems.
220v with asian plug, which is similar to the european one.
No problem going out, but you could be afraid ’cause there is little public light by night. The common sense that Edito Ergo Sum says would be your main thing to remember.
I had no problems there for going out at night. Not in Pnomh pemh or Siem Riep. But of course use your common sense when going out at all times not only in the night, but try to be in a group and not alone.
I could charge my digital camera and dump my pictures to the portable hard drive without any problem.
Thank all of you. That would be helpful!
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