Thursday, September 6, 2012

Using Your Electronic and Electrical Appliances in Thailand

I have blogged a number of times about how electronic media are becoming more popular with our visitors:  E-newspapers, E-books, music, news, lectures, et al that are stored to download to MP3 devices and players, E-magazines and usefulApps (applications) to have while on holiday.  

The most popular electronic device among our guests at the moment is the iPad, which works very well with our free WiFi available in most public spaces throughout the hotel .

In Thailand, the electrical system is 220 volts alternating at 50 cycles per second. If you visit Thailand with electrical devices that operate at a voltage different from this you MUST bring, or obtain, a voltage converter.   

(Front Office Manager quote: “An item that guests often forget is the cable connector to charge their electronic or electrical appliances.”)


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