What can you not send to Thailand?
Thailand Prohibited and Restricted Items
- Arsenic/Phosphorus sulfides.
- Baraku, Shisha, Hookah (water pipe)
- Beef, products from beef.
- Chemicals, Haz and Non-Haz.
- Communications equipment.
- Compact discs.
- Computer software.
- Cosmetics, Haz and Non-Haz.
Can I ship stuff to Thailand?
Aside from government-run organizations, you also have privately-owned shipping companies that could send your letter, documents, or package to Thailand. Three of the more popular companies are DHL, FedEx, and UPS. With DHL’s Packet Plus International you can ship up to 5 lbs. from anywhere in the world to Thailand.
What can you mail to Thailand?
There are special stipulations on the following commodities when shipping to Thailand.
- Chocolate – 1.5kgs.
- Jam, Jelly – 16 x 250 grams.
- Sauce – 12 x 250 grams.
- Semi-process food – 30 pieces.
- Butter/Cheese – 4 x 300 grams.
- Vinegar – 2 liters.
- Mineral waters – 12 x 1 liters.
- Food Additives – 500 grams.
How do I send a package to Thailand?
If you prefer to ship with the United States Postal Service (USPS), you can book USPS to Thailand via our shipping calculator. Our USPS Thailand services from the USA include USPS Priority Mail International, USPS Priority Mail Express International and USPS First Class Package International.
Can you send chocolates to Thailand?
So items such as cheeses and fruits are out of the question. Additionally, items such as cakes or chocolates are also tough to send as they are likely to melt in a hot weather or shipping depots in Thailand that are not always air conditioned.
How long does shipping to Thailand take?
International Shipping Services Comparison
|Thailand Post Registered Mail||10-14 days||air|
|Thailand Post EMS World||3-5 days||air|
How much does it cost to mail something to Thailand?
Country Conditions for Mailing – Thailand
|Weight not over (lbs.)||Parcel Post Rate|