finds the best prices for shipping to Thailand. We work with the best Thai courier services to offer fast delivery and expert shipping advice for shipments to Thailand – all on top of savings of up to 60%.
And for your peace of mind, we offer free door-to-door tracking, £50 free cover on every shipment* and local, proactive customer service. That means with you get fast, reliable delivery from global couriers with great savings. So whether you’re sending a gift or a commercial shipment, choose when sending parcels to Thailand.
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does more than just find the best prices from some of the biggest courier networks; we let you choose the option that works best for you. Once you’ve given us your shipment details, you can compare courier prices and pick the best option for your budget.
When you ship to Thailand with , you’re getting more than just a pretty price tag. We only work with handpicked delivery partners, and our parcel postage prices are up to 60% cheaper than sending with the Post Office, despite our transit times typically being shorter.
Have a look at some prices for other popular destinations in Asia:
ships packages of every description daily, so no matter the size or shape of your parcel, we know just how to deliver it safely to Thailand. That means we make it just as simple to ship full pallets as it is a Christmas food hamper.
There’s no difference when it comes to shipping the other way either - has specialist import services that make shipping from Thailand to the UK simple. That’s true for everything, from air freight to a box of books.
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When you book a shipment to Thailand, you should keep in mind that, depending on the value and place of origin of your goods, you may have to pay duties and customs when clearing customs. There is an exemption for goods worth less than 1,500 Baht – there are no fees applied to these packages during customs clearance.
In order to make sure that your goods clear customs with the correct fees applied, you must properly complete your customs paperwork – fully declaring the nature and value of your goods is vital.
When you make a booking with , we can collect your package on the very same day – from both the UK and Thailand.
That’s not the case when you’re shipping heavy or bulky packages however. You’ll have to book at least a day in advance if that’s the case – and be sure to let us know if you have any special requirements when making your booking.
If you’re not sure you can be available for collection, be sure to have a look at our fantastic drop-off options.
You can expect your parcel to be delivered on a normal working day between 9am and 7pm. If you’d like to narrow this window down, you can make use of one of our timed AM delivery services.
Most of our carrier partners will make 3 attempts at delivery, and get a signature to prove that your package has been delivered. This can depend on the carrier, however, so if you know that you will need proof of delivery, select ‘Signature Required’ when booking your shipment.
We know that it can be stressful sending a parcel halfway around the world, which is why we offer free door-to-door tracking with every shipment. Our package tracking updates on each step of your shipment, so you can keep an eye on exactly where your parcel is whenever you like.
And you may be surprised how many countries your shipment passes through before it gets to Thailand, so track your parcel regularly and see your parcel whizz around the world in record time.
If your package happens to be delayed, or there are any other problems with it, we’ll get in touch with both you and your recipient to explain the problem, and what can be done to rectify it.Learn more about Thailand parcel tracking
When you are sending a gift to Thailand, there is no exemption for packages of any value. Any and all gift shipments will have fees applied during the customs clearance process, though there is still a low value exemption for goods worth less than 1,500 Baht which may still be applied to your shipment.
It’s important to make sure that you properly declare the nature and value of your goods – it’s not enough to just declare that you are sending a ‘Gift’. If you do so, there may be problems in clearing customs, so be more specific such as ‘Gift – Crockery set’
There’s no need to worry about the size of your parcel when you send it with . We ship everything from pallets to air freight and, in partnership with specialist large and heavy carriers. We offer a range of freight delivery options for both pallets and bulky items, including door-to-door and port-to-port services.
Just remember to book a day in advance, and make sure that your shipment is packaged, labelled and ready for its journey.
Something tasty makes a great gift wherever in the world you may be, so it’s no surprise that food is one of ’s most common shipments. We’ve know exactly how to make sure your food delivery arrives safely, so be sure to follow the rules below when you’re planning your shipment.
Please bear in mind that you may need a licence from the Ministry of Health in order to import food into Thailand, so you should get in touch with them before booking your shipment.
So if you want Weetabix for breakfast instead of Chok, or you’d like to send food to a friend in Thailand for when they don’t want Kanom khrok, makes it simple.
When you ship your goods halfway around the world, they regularly change hands and may fall victim to the invariable bumps and knocks that come with international postage. To make sure that your goods arrive safely, you need to properly package them.
A strong box is the first line of defence against bumps and knocks, so be sure to use a new, double corrugated box for every new shipment. Old boxes may have weaknesses that could lead to your box bursting or being crushed in transit.
Each of your goods should be wrapped individually before being placed in the box. Surround your goods with plenty of packaging material, and make sure that no parts of your goods are touching the walls of your box.
Use plenty of packing tape to wrap your box three times in a union flag formation. Pay special attention to the corners and seals, the weakest part of your box. Add your labels so that they are clearly visible, especially the barcode.
You can. Food is one of the most popular shipments we send, but there are some extra rules to keep in mind. Make sure that you’re not sending any perishable foods – and homemade goods are not allowed.
That depends on the value of your goods. There is no exemption from duties and taxes for gifts, but gifts that are worth less than 1,500 baht may be exempt, just like a non-gift package.
Some goods are not allowed to be sent by courier – goods like Fireworks are hazardous, and will not be carried; you can see ’s restricted goods list for more information. There are also rules specific to Thailand, such as prohibitions for shipping Official seals, IPR infringing goods, and pornography.
We are proud of our work with businesses and eBay sellers alike. We make it simple to open your business to international customers – our eBay shipping calculator makes it simple to check your prices in advance. And if you have regular shipping needs, our business shipping services can help you save money.
It takes longer to delivery to remote areas of Thailand, including Thai islands such as Koh Sichang, Koh Jum or Ko Sumui. Delivery times are typically around 2 days longer than shipping to an urban area such as Bangkok. We’ll always quote you accurate delivery times, when you obtain an online quote with us.
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