ParcelHero® is the UK's favourite Hong Kong courier service, because we provide fast, efficient and cheap parcel delivery services from the world's most reliable couriers. With competitive rates that are cheaper than post and excellent customer service, ParcelHero® makes shipping to Hong Kong easier than ever before.
We'll find the best route
and save you up to 70%
We'll collect from your door
and take care of the rest
Track online from door-to-door
We'll email you once delivered
Track your parcel
in real time
and we'll email you
Book up to 3pm
from many areas
Delivery to 220
£50 Free Cover
on every shipment
Hong Kong Economy
3-4 day delivery
from only £16.08
Express 2 day delivery
from only £18.30
Pre 9AM or 12PM guaranteed
delivery across Hong Kong.
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Shipping to Hong Kong is not as easy as sending a parcel down the road. You'll need to produce documents for customs clearance, and your shipment maybe subject to import duties and tax applied by Hong Kong customs. But with ParcelHero® it's so much easier, we'll help you produce the documents, we'll monitor your shipment, and we'll let you know if any issues occur.
Although a Chinese territory, Hong Kong has less import restrictions than China. Hong Kong is a duty free destination, so no duties or taxes are applied on imports into Hong Kong except for some goods such as Tobacco.
Although Hong Kong has a status of a free harbour, and doesn't apply import duties, their customs authority does apply a charge of HKD 0.20 on imports. Hong Kong's free trade approach is a multilateral trading system, which has strengthened its position as one of the world's great international trading centres. Hong Kong is a hub for global trade and home to many multi-national logistics hubs and supply chains.Learn more about importing from and exporting to Hong Kong
The shipping of most non-perishable foods is permitted to Hong Kong. Hong Kong does permit the shipping of most foods for personal consumption without the requirement for import permits or licences. Products such as meats, milks and frozen foods are however restricted.Learn more about shipping foods to Hong Kong
Hong Kong has 17 public holidays, 12 of which are statutory holidays (when all businesses are closed). Deliveries are not made on public holidays. Here follows the public holidays for 2017:
* Only working days are shown, as deliveries are not made on weekends.
Whether you're shipping to China, Hong Kong, or any other international destination, it's important that you package your items or gifts safely prior to dispatch. Follow our guidelines for safe shipping:
1. If you're shipping large or heavy parcels or air-freight, we recommend palletising items over 50 kg.
2. Wrap each item individually
3. Ensure sure there is no movement inside the box by filling it with packaging material such as polystyrene chips or bubble wrap.
4. Make sure none of the products touch the walls of the box, suspend them inside using packaging materials, to protect them from shock and environmental impact.