Philippines Power Plug Adapters Kit with Travel Carrying Pouch - PHOutlet Plug: Philippines uses Type A and Type B and Type C
Philippines Plug Adapters Kit with Travel Carrying Pouch Includes:
Voltage / Video Systems
Philippines Voltage and Frequency
Philippines Video System
Travel to Philippines
Traveling to the Philippines Requires Voltage Converters
The Philippines are a beautiful set of islands to visit. They offer perhaps the most breathtaking tropical beaches and rain forests in the world, from the gorgeous blue water at Camotes Island to the pure white sands of Boracay. As a visitor, you'll feel transported back to a simpler time, as many of the beaches are still dominated by nature over touristic activities.
The same is true throughout the country. It seems that no matter where you turn, beautiful nature awaits - from the slopes of Mt. Avo, covered by rain forest, to the Tinuy-An Waterfalls at Surigao Del Sure.
Of course, if you're more interested in the cultural history of this exotic group of islands, you'll find that as well. We especially recommend San Agustin Church in the capital Manila, an almost 500 year old building that has survived multiple earth quakes and fires.
No matter where you turn, and regardless of your preference, you'll find great locations that are worthy of experiencing and capturing. But beware: it may not look like it, but voltage converters are absolutely crucial before your trip.
The Philippines use three types of outlets: A and B, which are the typical two and three-prong outlets used in the U.S., and C, a common outlet in Germany.
But here's the kicker: the voltage is different. While U.S. electronics work on 110-120 volts, the Philippines rely on a system with 220-240 volts. That means while you may not need an adapter to fit your plug into an outlet, you'll most certainly need a voltage converter. With all the memories waiting to be captured, you won't want to fry your electronic midway through your trip.
Fortunately, this plug adapter kit will charge your smart phone, tablets or digital camera without the need of a voltage converter, since they are 110-220 volts rechargeable.
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