The world of adaptors and plug sockets is a confusing place. Here is the complete list of all you need to function at destination.

CountryVoltageFrequencyElectrical OutletComments
Afghanistan 220 V 50 Hz F C* A variety of plugs is used around the country. In Kabul, Types C and F are common. Type D may also be found in parts of Afghanistan. There are voltage variances from 160V to 280V.  
Albania 220 V 50 Hz F C* Voltage may vary in Albania.  
Algeria 230 V 50 Hz F C* A Type C variant may be found. It has a ground post offset about ½-inch from center.  
American Samoa 120 V 60 Hz A B I F
Andorra 230 V 50 Hz F C
Angola 220 V 50 Hz C  
Anguilla 110 V 60 Hz A  
Antarctica 220 V 50 Hz C F  
Antigua and Barbuda 230 V 60 Hz A B  * In the airport area, the voltage is 110V.  
Argentina 220 V 50 Hz C I  * The neutral and active wires are reversed from what is used in Australia and other countries. This reversal is also found in Uruguay.  
Armenia 220 V 50 Hz F C  
Aruba 127 V 60 Hz B A F  * Around Lago Colony, the voltage is 115V.  
Australia 240 V 50 Hz I* Australian outlets are typically controlled by an adjacent switch.  
Austria 230 V 50 Hz F  * Type C plugs or outlets may also be found, but they are rare.  
Azerbaijan 220 V 50 Hz F C  
Bahamas 120 V 60 Hz B A
Bahrain 230 V 50 Hz G  * In Awali, the voltage is 110V, frequency 60 Hz.  
Bangladesh 220 V 50 Hz D G A K C
Barbados 115 VV 50 Hz B A
Belarus 220 V 50 Hz C F
Belgium 230 V 50 Hz E  * Type C receptacles are prohibited in Belgium, but a C-style plug can be used with E and F receptacles. All double-insulated appliances are fitted with a C plug and may be used in compatible receptacles C, E, F, and narrow L.  
Belize 110 V / 220 V 60 Hz G B  
Benin 220 V 50 Hz E  
Bermuda 120 V 60 Hz A B  
Bhutan 230 V 50 Hz G D F* Type M plugs may also be found.  
Bolivia 220 V / 230 V 50 Hz C A  * In La Paz and Viacha, voltage is 115V.  
Bosnia and Herzegovina 220 V 50 Hz C F  
Botswana 231 V 50 Hz M* Type G is also rarely found.  
Brazil 110 V / 220 V 60 Hz B A C* Outlets are often a combination of Type A and C, and can accept either plug. In the states of Bahia, Parana (including Curitiba), Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais, voltage found may be 127V, though 220V is probably found in hotels. Fortaleza has 240V.  
British Indian Ocean Territory 230 V 50 Hz G
British Virgin Islands 220 V 50 Hz D  
Brunei 240 V 50 Hz G
Bulgaria 230 V 50 Hz F C* Outlets are generally Type F, but both Type C and F plugs may be found.  
Burkina Faso 220 V 50 Hz E C
Burma (Myanmar) 230 V 50 Hz F C G D* Type G is primarily found in the better hotels. Some major hotel chains offer multipurpose outlets, which accept Australian 3-pin plugs and other types.  
Burundi 220 V 50 Hz E C
Cambodia 230 V 50 Hz A C* Some outlets in Cambodia are a combination of Type A and C, and can accept either type of plug. In some hotels, Type G may be found.  
Cameroon 220 V 50 Hz C E
Canada 120 V 60 Hz A B
Cape Verde 220 V 50 Hz C F
Cayman Islands 120 V 60 Hz A B
Central African Republic 220 V 50 Hz C E
Chad 220 V 50 Hz E F D
Chile 220 V 50 Hz L C
China 220 V 50 Hz I A G* The official plug of China is similar to Type A, but is slightly shorter and without holes in the blades. Type A and I outlets are common, and Type G may also be found.  
Christmas Island 240 V 40 Hz C
Cocos (Keeling) Islands 240 V 50 Hz C
Colombia 110 V 60 Hz B A  
Comoros 220 V 50 Hz E C
Cook Islands 240 V 50 Hz I
Costa Rica 120 V 60 Hz B A
Croatia 230 V 50 Hz C F
Cuba 110 V / 220 V 60 Hz B A C* Some outlets are a combination of Type A and C and can accept either type of plug. Most older hotels have a voltage of 110, but newer ones have 220V.  
Cyprus 240 V 50 Hz G
Czech Republic 230 V 50 Hz E
Democratic Republic of the Congo 220 V 50 Hz C D
Denmark 230 V 50 Hz C K* Type C plugs fit into Type K receptacles, but the opposite is not true. Denmark’s connectors have standard pin diameter and spacing, but its outlets may have different housing depths which may interfere with standard adaptors.  
Djibouti 220 V 50 Hz E C
Dominica 230 V 50 Hz G D
Dominican Republic 110 V 60 Hz A* In some hotels, Type J may be found.  
Ecuador 120 V / 127 V 60 Hz B A
Egypt 220 V 50 Hz C B A
El Salvador 115 V 60 Hz B A
Equatorial Guinea 220 V 50 Hz E C* Voltage may vary anywhere between 150V and 175V. Outages are frequent.  
Eritrea 230 V 50 Hz C
Estonia 230 V 50 Hz F* In older buildings, Type C may be found. Type E plugs work in both Type C and Type F outlets.  
Ethiopia 220 V 50 Hz J D L
Falkland Islands 240 V 50 Hz K G
Faroe Islands 220 V 50 Hz C K
Fiji 240 V 50 Hz I
Finland 230 V 50 Hz F C
France 230 V 50 Hz E* Type C outlets may be found in older buildings, as well as Type A (though Type A is illegal). Type C plugs are found on some appliances, and will fit Type E outlets.  
French Polynesia 110 V / 220 v 60 Hz A B* All electrical outlets in French Polynesia are protected by ground fail circuit interruptors (GFCI).  
Gabon 220 V 50 Hz C
Gambia 230 V 50 Hz G
Gaza Strip 230 V 50 Hz H
Georgia 220 V 50 Hz C
Germany 230 V 50 Hz C F
Ghana 230 V 50 Hz G D
Gibraltar 240 V 50 Hz G C
Greece 220 V 50 Hz C E F
Greenland 220 V 50 Hz K C
Grenada 230 V 50 Hz G
Guam 110 V / 220 V 60 Hz A B
Guatemala 120 V 60 Hz B A I G
Guinea 220 V 50 Hz C F K
Guinea-Bissau 220 V 50 Hz C
Guyana 240 V 60 Hz D B A G* Actual voltage may vary from area to area. In the capital of Georgetown, both 120V and 240V at either 50 or 60 Hz may be found, depending on the area of the city. 50 Hz is the more common.  
Haiti 110 V 60 Hz B A
Holy See (Vatican City) 127 V 50 Hz L C
Honduras 110 V 60 Hz B A
Hong Kong 220 V 50 Hz G M* Type M has been replaced by Type G, but may sometimes still be found.  
Hungary 230 V 50 Hz F C
Iceland 230 V 50 Hz F C
India 230 V 50 Hz C D* A variety of electrical plugs are found throughout India, so an all-around adaptor plug set is recommended. Type D is most common. Some hotels have desks and workstations which accept a variety of plug types. But no matter what type of plug, voltage in India is 230V 50 Hz.  
Indonesia 220 V / 230 V 50 Hz G C F* Indonesia recently converted to 220V/230V. Type G is still seen, but is not commen. Converters from Type G to Type E are available in most local hardwarde stores.  
Iran 230 V 50 Hz C
Iraq 230 V 50 Hz D G C
Ireland 230 V 50 Hz G* Type D was once common in Ireland, and may still be occasionally found.  
Isle of Man 240 V 50 Hz G C
Israel 230 V 50 Hz C H
Italy 230 V 50 Hz L C F* Type L plugs and outlets may have different pin size and spacing than standard. The smaller, closer pins are for a 10 A current; the bigger, wider are for 16 A. Both kinds are in use in Italy and comply to the relevant Italian regulations. Some outlets have overlapping holes in order to accept older and newer types of Type L plug.  
Ivory Coast 220 V 50 Hz C E
Jamaica 110 V 50 Hz B A
Japan 100 V 50 Hz / 60 Hz A B* Voltage varies based on area of the country. In the east (Tokyo, Kawasaki, Sapporo, Yokohama, Sendai), 50 Hz is found. In the west (Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya, Hiroshima), 60 Hz is found.  
Jersey 230 V 50 Hz G C
Jordan 230 V 50 Hz F J G D* In some hotels, Type C may be found.  
Kazakhstan 220 V 50 Hz C
Kenya 240 V 50 Hz G
Kiribati 240 V 50 Hz I
Kosovo 230 V 50 Hz C
Kuwait 240 V 50 Hz G D* Type D is used primarily for 15 A service. Type G is used primarily for 13 A service.  
Kyrgyzstan 220 V 50 Hz B
Laos 230 V 50 Hz E C F A B
Latvia 220 V 50 Hz C F
Lebanon 110 V / 220 V 50 Hz G D C A B
Lesotho 220 V 50 Hz M
Liberia 120 V 60 Hz B A
Libya 127 V 50 Hz D K* In Barce, Benghazi, Derna, Sebha, and Tobruk, 230V is found.  
Liechtenstein 230 V 50 Hz J
Lithuania 220 V 50 Hz F C
Luxembourg 220 V 50 Hz C F
Macau 220 V 50 Hz G D
Macedonia 220 V 50 Hz F C
Madagascar 220 V 50 Hz E C
Malawi 230 V 50 Hz G
Malaysia 240 V 50 Hz G
Maldives 230 V 50 Hz G A K D J
Mali 220 V 50 Hz E C
Malta 240 V 50 Hz G
Marshall Islands 110 V / 220 V 60 Hz A B
Mauritania 220 V 50 Hz C
Mauritius 230 V 50 Hz C G
Mayotte 220 V / 240 V 50 Hz F C E
Mexico 127 V 60 Hz B A
Micronesia 120 V 60 Hz A B
Moldova 220 V 50 Hz B C
Monaco 127 V / 220 V 50 Hz D F C E
Mongolia 220 V 50 Hz C E
Montenegro 220 V 50 Hz C F
Montserrat 230 V 60 Hz B A
Morocco 127 V / 220 V 50 Hz E C* Conversion to 220V is underway.  
Mozambique 220 V 50 Hz F C M* Type M is especially found near the border with South Africa, including the capital city Maputo.  
Namibia 220 V 50 Hz M
Nauru 240 V 50 Hz I
Nepal 230 V 50 Hz D C
Netherlands 230 V 50 Hz C F
Netherlands Antilles 127 V / 220 V 50 Hz F A B* In St. Martin, 120V 60 Hz is found. In Saba and St. Eustatius, 110V 60 Hz is found, with Type A and possibly B found.  
New Caledonia 220 V 50 Hz F
New Zealand 230 V 50 Hz I
Nicaragua 120 V 60 Hz A
Niger 220 V 50 Hz A C D E B
Nigeria 240 V 50 Hz G D
Niue 230 V 50 Hz I
Norfolk Island 240 V 50 Hz C
North Korea 220 V 50 Hz C
Northern Mariana Islands 115 V 60 Hz B A
Norway 230 V 50 Hz C F
Oman 240 V 50 Hz G* Voltage variations are common throughout Oman.  
Pakistan 220 V 50 Hz C D
Palau 110 V / 220 V 60 Hz B
Panama 110 V 60 Hz A B* In Panama City, the voltage is 120V.  
Papua New Guinea 240 V 50 Hz I
Paraguay 220 V 50 Hz C
Peru 220 V 60 Hz C A B* In Talara, voltage is either 110 or 220V. In Arequipa, the frequency is 50 Hz.  
Philippines 220 V 60 Hz C A B* Type A is the most commonly found. A variation of Type B with horizontal prongs is also used (usually used for AC units), as well as a special outlet that allows use of most plugs  
Pitcairn Islands 240 V 50 Hz G
Poland 230 V 50 Hz E C
Portugal 230 V 50 Hz F C
Puerto Rico 120 V 60 Hz A B
Qatar 240 V 50 Hz D G
Republic of the Congo 230 V 50 Hz C E
Romania 230 V 50 Hz F C
Russia 220 V 50 Hz F C* In new constructions, Type F is commonly found. Older structures have Type C.  
Rwanda 230 V 50 Hz J C
Saint Barthelemy 220 V 50 Hz E
Saint Helena 230 V 50 Hz D G
Saint Kitts and Nevis 230 V 60 Hz D G
Saint Lucia 240 V 50 Hz G
Saint Martin 110 V / 220 V 60 Hz B A
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 220 V 50 Hz E
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 230 V 50 Hz C G I E A
Samoa 230 V 50 Hz I
San Marino 220 V 50 Hz B
Sao Tome and Principe 220 V 50 Hz B
Saudi Arabia 127 V / 220 V 60 Hz A B G F
Senegal 230 V 50 Hz E C K
Serbia 220 V 50 Hz F C
Seychelles 240 V 50 Hz G
Sierra Leone 230 V 50 Hz D G
Singapore 230 V 50 Hz G* Type A adaptors are widely available, usually as an extension set of 2 to 5 sets of sockets most commonly used for audio/video equipment.  
Slovakia 230 V 50 Hz E
Slovenia 220 V 50 Hz F C
Solomon Islands 240 V 50 Hz D C
Somalia 220 V 50 Hz C* In Berbera, voltage is 230V. In Merca, it is 110/220V.  
South Africa 220 V / 230 V 50 Hz M* Types C and G may still be found in some areas. In Grahamstad, Port Elizabeth, and King Williams, voltage is 250V.  
South Korea 220 V 60 Hz F C* In offices and hotels, Type F is most likely found. 110V power with Type A and B plugs was previously used, but is being phased out and likely only found in older buildings. Some hotels offer both 110V and 220V service.  
Spain 230 V 50 Hz J C F* In Barcelona’s Barrio Gothic, voltage is 120V 60 Hz using Types C and F plugs. Step-up transformers are required to use typical European devices.  
Sri Lanka 230 V 50 Hz D
Sudan 230 V 50 Hz D C
Suriname 127 V 60 Hz F C
Svalbard 220 V 50 Hz F C
Swaziland 230 V 50 Hz M
Sweden 230 V 50 Hz F
Switzerland 230 V 50 Hz J* Type C plugs are often found on appliances, and will fit Type J outlets.  
Syria 220 V 50 Hz E C L
Taiwan 110 V 60 Hz A B
Tajikistan 220 V 50 Hz C I
Tanzania 230 V 50 Hz G D
Thailand 220 V 50 Hz A C* Some outlets are a combination of Types A and C, and will accept either plug.  
Timor-Leste 127 V / 230 V 50 Hz C F G
Togo 220 V 50 Hz C* In Lome, the voltage is 127V.  
Tokelau 230 V 50 Hz I
Tonga 240 V 50 Hz I
Trinidad and Tobago 115 V 60 Hz B A
Tunisia 230 V 50 Hz C E
Turkey 230 V 50 Hz F C
Turkmenistan 220 V 50 Hz B F
Turks and Caicos Islands 110 V 60 Hz A
Tuvalu 220 V 50 Hz C
Uganda 240 V 50 Hz G
Ukraine 220 V 50 Hz C
United Arab Emirates 220 V 50 Hz G
United Kingdom 230 V 50 Hz G* Outlets are typically controlled by an adjacent switch. Though nominal voltage has been officially changed to 230V, 240V is within tolerances and still commonly found.  
United States 120 V 60 Hz A B* Type A and Type B plugs are used for 120 volts. Type A has been phased out, but rarely seen. Type B plugs are in all new buildings and houses since the 1970's.  
Uruguay 220 V 50 Hz L F C I* Because of increased computer use, Type F is becoming more common. Like in Argentina, Type I neutral and active wires are reversed from that used in Australia and elsewhere.  
US Virgin Islands 115 V 60 Hz B A
Uzbekistan 220 V 50 Hz C I
Vanuatu 230 V 50 Hz I* Some Type G installations may linger from the British Colonial period, but are rare.  
Venezuela 120 V 60 Hz B A
Vietnam 127 V / 220 V 50 Hz G A C* Standardization to 220V is underway. In newer hotels, Type G is found, especially those built by Singaporean and Hong Kong developers.  
Wallis and Futuna 220 V 50 Hz C
West Bank 220 V 50 Hz C
Western Sahara 127 V / 220 V 50 Hz C E
Yemen 220 V / 230 V 50 Hz A G D
Zambia 230 V 50 Hz D C G
Zimbabwe 220 V 50 Hz G D
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