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Where in Bangkok can I buy a plug adaptor
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    hi all,

    i have a recharger for my rechargeable batteries (will be taking alot of pics). however, the recharger was purchased in hong kong, so it only plugs into hong kong electric outlets. can someone please advise as to where in bangkok i can buy an adapter so i can plug the recharger into a bangkok hotel's outlet?

    thanks.

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    My guess is in the big supermarkets, like Big C.
    They sell almost everything

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    thanks Tjau Min! will check out all the supermarket/dept stores: robinson's, carelfour, tesco, etc.

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    If you can't find it, try this Big C. It's located opposite the former World Trade Centre.

    http://www.bigc.co.th/en/branch/Store.asp?StoreID=26

    Chok dee!

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    Big C has it for sure.

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    is that in walking distance if staying in bangkok, i will be staying in the Rembrandt hotel, is it near there?? thats on Sukamavit road

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    I bought mine in the department stores like Central or Robinsons. They are much cheaper than in England or at the airport.
    \"I touch the future. I teach.\"

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