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Send a parcel to Thailand


Looking to send a parcel to Thailand from the UK? For an affordable courier service within just three to four days of collection, trust us with your parcel delivery to Thailand. We offer some of the most competitive rates anywhere for postage to Thailand, without any compromise on the level of service. You won’t find us on any comparison or broker sites, so you get the best deal booking directly with us. We’ll get your parcel there quickly, easily and safely, with our drivers collecting your parcels from your home or work address for free from only £41.50* .

To see how much it will cost to send a parcel to Thailand, just enter the weight and dimensions of the item you want to send into the quote box.

For shipping to Thailand from the UK, we’re able to offer delivery to all major cities, including: Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Nakhon Ratchasima, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Udon Thani, Pak Kret, Khon Kaen and many more...

Sending a parcel to Thailand is as easy as can be with us, all you need to do is register (it only takes a few minutes) and then quickly and easily book online for cheap parcel delivery that you’d be hard pressed to find elsewhere. Track your parcels journey via our website using the unique consignment number that will be generated when you book.

Although we send countless parcels to many parts of Thailand, there are some things to be aware of when posting items to Southeast Asia; the useful information on this page will help you prepare your parcel and rest easy about it arriving there safely.

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2023 Thailand National Holidays

There are a number of public national holidays observed in Thailand which may have an impact on how long it takes to send a parcel to Thailand. Please refer to the list below as to when there may be delays to postage to Thailand.



5th December

Father’s Day

10th December

Constitution Day

11th December

Constitution Day Holiday

25th December

Christmas Day

31st December

New Year’s Eve

*Public holidays in Thailand may affect our estimated transit times.



2024 Thailand National Holidays

There are a number of public national holidays observed in Thailand which may have an impact on how long it takes to send a parcel to Thailand. Please refer to the list below as to when there may be delays to postage to Thailand.



1st January

New Year's Day

26th February

Magha Puja

8th April

Chakri Day

13th April


14th April


15th April


16th April


1st May 

Labor Day

6th May

Coronation Day

13th May

Royal Ploughing Ceremony Day

23rd May

Visakha Bucha

29th July

H.M. King's Birthday

20th July

Buddhist Lent Day

12th August

H.M Queen Mother’s Birthday

14th October

Anniversary of the Death of King Bhumibol

23rd October

Chulalongkorn Day

5th December

Father’s Day

10th December

Constitution Day

December 25, 2023

Christmas Day

December 31, 2023

New Year’s Eve

*Public holidays in Thailand may affect our estimated transit times.

Send a Parcel to Thailand Affordably


We work hard to keep our costs low for courier services to Thailand. You can send parcels up to 25kg through our network. You can save additional money on these prices by dropping your parcels off at one of our 52 nationwide depots.

Weight of parcel being delivered to Thailand Worldwide Air Prices
1kg £43.13* Book
5kg £66.17* Book
10kg £94.97* Book
25kg £181.37* Book

How long will it take to deliver

Simply book your delivery online and our drivers will collect your parcel on a day of your choosing. Your parcel is then taken to its local depot, sorted, and shipped overnight to one of our distribution centres, then on to its destination in Thailand.

Whether you choose to have your parcels collected from your home or work address in the UK, we provide cheap and convenient door-to-door delivery and you can usually expect delivery to Thailand within 3-4 days from collection.

When shipping to Thailand from the UK, we make every effort to deliver within these timescales, but it can sometimes take longer for your parcel to arrive, especially in the more remote locations of Thailand.

Do I need to deal with Thai customs?


For any parcel heading outside of the UK, you’ll need to fill out a customs form. This tells the Customs Agents in the destination country about the contents of your package so they can process it correctly.

Be careful when sending personal effects to Thailand – tax exemption on these items is allowed only depending on Thai citizenship status. The owner of the effects will need to provide a passport for Customs clearance.

Visit the Thai Customs website for more information – Thai Customs provides a set of procedures to help with the clearance of posted items. It’s also worth noting that Thai Customs can examine almost any item that comes to the country by mail so be sure to send only allowable items.

When you book your delivery, we'll provide you with all the correct customs documentation you need to help your parcel through Thai customs.

HM Revenue & Customs has more information on tax and customs considerations for Thailand.

What items can't I send to Thailand?


As well as the usual restricted and prohibited items you would expect from any international parcel delivery, there are some additional restrictions on what you can and can’t send to Thailand.

Some of the strictest laws in the world are in place to deal with illicit drugs in Thailand; violators of those laws are subject to a death sentence.

When sending parcels to Thailand, it’s vital to ensure the contents will be accepted into the country; if not your parcel can be refused entry which may result in additional charges, or worse still, it could be destroyed.

Some examples of items you can’t send to Thailand include:



Illegal and dangerous




Obscene objects/literature/pictures

Fruit and vegetables

Hazardous chemicals

E-cigarettes, in parts and accessories
Meat and poultry Narcotics e.g. hemp, opium, cocaine, morphine, heroin Goods with Thai national flag

*Please be aware that we also have our own prohibited items list, in addition to country-specific restrictions.

How to package parcels to Thailand

We advise attention given to packaging when sending to Thailand; remember your parcel will be taking quite a long journey through a number of depots with automated sorting machines, where the word ‘fragile’ won’t be read. Be sure to pack your items well and use lightweight cushioning material inside your parcel to help protect the contents from damage. Take a look at our packaging advice here.

We’ll transport parcels up to 25kg in weight, 80x80x80cm max in size. We recommend you use a strong and sturdy outer box when sending your package and don’t overfill it, regardless of the dimensions of your parcel. For further advice, take a look at our handy International packaging guide for tips to get everything there safely.

The benefits

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Many ways to save

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How safe will my parcel be?


Adhering to restricted and prohibited items lists and general customs regulations, means there shouldn’t be any reason to worry about safety when posting something to Thailand – we’ll take good care of it! But we know you may need some reassurance, so our free online tracking system will help you keep tabs on your parcel throughout its whole journey, from collection to delivery.

In addition to this, we provide £50 free contents cover - and you can choose to add extra cover on more valuable items should you need it - so relax and let us deliver your parcels to Thailand worry-free.

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