When preparing for a trip abroad, we take with us a lot of electronic gadgets, such as electric razors, phones, tablets, laptops, e-books, cameras, MP3 players, etc. But, not everyone knows that in each country there is a different electrical system in which different standards of electrical plugs and sockets, different frequencies, voltages and currents.
Therefore, before coming to Kyrgyzstan, it would be nice to know in advance about the grid system in the country. Otherwise, it may happen that during your travel in Kyrgyzstan you will not be able to charge your electronic device and even turn it on to work from the network.
First of all take into account that here is no electricity in mountain area over 2 000m above sea level. There is a generator in yurt camps that is on normally from 7-8 to 10-11pm. This is when you can charge your phones and cameras during your tour in Kyrgyzstan.
The power socket in Kyrgyzstan is European type - C. It has two round parallel contacts. It does not have a third ground pin. The voltage is 220 V.