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Cheap and easy parcel delivery to Malaysia

Parcel to Malaysia

Express and Economy Malaysian Parcel Delivery from only £21.68

£50 free insurance on every order

Collection or drop-off at a local shop anytime

Track your parcel from door-to-door

Send bulky or heavy items weighing up to 1,000kg

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Cost of delivery services to Malaysia

Cheapest parcel shipping to Malaysia

Save on delivery to Malaysia today with ParcelHero. Whether you're sending a small gift, or a large export, we let you compare couriers and delivery speeds, making it easy for you to find the perfect service.

All our delivery services are fully tracked, so you can monitor the progress of your parcel from the point at which it is collected to the time when your recipient receives it. We will also send you an email when the delivery has been signed for to complete our side of the process.

Transit times to Malaysia are 2-4 days, depending on the service that you choose. There are some areas of the country that are much more remote than others, either because the roads are not in great condition or because there simply isn’t a direct route. Where this is the case there is a small surcharge added to the overall cost and transit time may be increased, both of which we will factor in from the start of the process.

Export

Fast shipping to Malaysia

Import

Send from Malaysia to the UK

Passing Malaysian customs

Sending parcels internationally through ParcelHero is easy as we auto-fill your international shipping docs and customs forms. All you have to do is print and attach them to your parcel. As with most countries, you must pay customs duties and tax on any order that is over the minimum threshold. The minimum threshold in Malaysia is 500MYR; If you are sending a parcel with contents valued less than 500MYR (about £90) you will not have to pay any customs duties or taxes.

Malaysian customs prohibits the import of a wide selection of goods including:

  • Pens, pencils, and other articles resembling syringes
  • Cloth bearing the imprint or duplicate of any verses of the Quran
  • Broadcast receivers capable of receiving radio communication within the ranges 68 - 87 MHz and 108 - 174 MHz

Some items are prohibited from import unless you provide the correct paperwork or import licence. These restricted Malaysian imports include:

  • Apparatus/equipment for the brewing of beer in the home.
  • Safety helmets
  • Egg in the shells

To find out more about shipping to Malaysia visit the official customs site.

Doing business in Malaysia

Doing business in Malaysia is encouraged due to the ease with which business can be carried out and transferred over from the UK. Malaysia is a member of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) which is likely to become the world’s 4th largest free market by 2030. Investment now could result in big dividends in the future due in no small part to the security that being a member of the ASEAN provides.

The advantages of doing business in Malaysia include:

  • Workforce speaks English and has a good standard of education
  • Strong cultural ties
  • Great position to access Asia-Pacific economies

Disadvantages to doing business in Malaysia include:

  • Corruption is not unusual
  • Some policies favour indigenous Malaysians

To seek further advice on doing business in Malaysia, visit the UK government’s Exporting is Great Malaysian mini site.

Addressing your parcel to Malaysia

If you are sending a parcel to Malaysia be sure that you address your parcel correctly. It is straightforward with our online booking system, simply enter the details when we prompt you. Your recipient’s address should resemble the following address:

  • John Smith
  • 75 Ramaloo Guar [House Number and Building Name]
  • Khajiit [city]
  • 67010 [postal code]
  • Selangor [state]
  • Malaysia [country name]

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