Adapter in Sri Lanka

So you’re packing for Sri Lanka, envisioning the vibrant sunsets, aromatic spices, and the rhythmic beats of traditional drums. But, as you pack your phone, you pause. πŸ€”πŸ”ŒHow do you keep your lifeline charged in this tropical paradise using the right adapter?

Sri Lanka’s Electric Sockets and Adapters

Sri Lanka, a melting pot of cultures, has an eclectic electric mix too. Mainly, you’ll find two types of electric sockets, (plus the universal type – see below)

Type D: Fondly called the ‘Indian’ socket. Imagine three round pins in a triangular dance formation.

Type G: The ‘British’ cousin. It’s all about three straight-laced, rectangular pins, reminiscent of the UK and parts of Asia.

These types run on a breezy 230V, swaying at the rhythm of 50Hz.

Types of Electric Sockets in Sri Lanka
Types of Electric Sockets in Sri Lanka

Adapter or No Adapter? That’s the Question!

Got a charger? Great! However, see if its plug waltzes with the Type D or Type G electric sockets in Sri Lanka. If not, you’ll need an adapter to join the electric fiesta. Also, check if your device can tango with the 230V beats of Sri Lanka’s electric sockets. Most modern chargers do, but it’s always wise to ensure they can handle the voltage without missing a step.

πŸ”Œ Bring an Universal adapter from home

πŸ”Œ Or get it (for cheap!) in the local shops in Sri Lanka.

Sockets at At Ease Beach Hotel:

As we always strive to make you at ease 😊 we have the universal sockets (picture below) in every room in our hotel.

My Norwegian Phone charger fits like a charm in there πŸ‘‡ and the same goes for chargers from most places in the world.

Stay at ease – charge at ease πŸ˜…

Dive into Sri Lanka’s experiences with a charged phone and an even more charged spirit! Safe travels and may your battery always be full!

Merete – At Ease Beach Hotel

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