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Are There Any Electrical Outlets on the Train

Last updated: November,24 2015

Yes, there are electrical outlets on every train to Tibet. In hard sleeper cars, the electric outlets are placed on the wall below the window chairs in the corridors. In soft sleeper cars, there are electric outlets under the tiny table in every single compartment.

Electical Outlets in Hard Sleeper Cars on the Tibet Train There are Electical Outlets in Hard Sleeper Cars on the Tibet Train

You can charge your cell phones, camera or electronic devices on the train to Tibet. But sometimes you may find the electrical outlet is not working. So it is suggested to bring your own power bank with you.

What Kinds of Electrical Adapter Can I Use?

There are two common plug types in China. One is the flat blade attachment plug, and the other is oblique flat blades with ground. Voltage in China is generally 220V, 50HZ. If you’re traveling with certain devices, such as older hair dryers and irons, you may also need a voltage converter or transformer, which can change the voltage of electricity to match the voltage of your device.

Chinese Commom Electrical Plug Types The above picture taken on a Chengdu-Lhasa train shows the Chinese common plug types.

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