Cheap and reliable parcel delivery to Vietnam

Parcel to Vietnam

Express and Economy shipping to Vietnam from only £23.85

£50 free cover as standard* *excluding Hermes deliveries

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 Vietnam

Cheap parcel services to Vietnam

In the time it has taken you to read this, you could have already got a range of great quotes for sending your package to Vietnam with ParcelHero. Simply tell us what you're sending, using the form above, and you can quickly compare express and economy services with the world's most reliable couriers. And what's more, it's cheaper than booking direct too.

Discover great deals on parcel delivery to Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Da Nang and other major Vietnamese cities, with a choice of services, whether you are looking to send gifts to family members or pallets to customers.

Transit time for delivery to Vietnam is usually between three and five days, pending customs clearance and depending on where the final delivery address is located. There are some areas in Vietnam that are harder to reach, these might be designated as ‘remote.’ If the address for delivery falls within a remote area, then it may take a little longer for the package to arrive and a small surcharge is applicable. If this is the case with your delivery, the ParcelHero booking system will take this into account from the start and include both factors when providing your quote and estimated transit times.


Easily send a parcel from the UK to Vietnam


Cheap delivery services to the UK from Vietnam

How to pass Vietnamese customs

If you are sending a parcel to Vietnam, customs duties and taxes must be paid to enable the parcel to clear the Vietnamese border. However, if the contents of your parcel are valued less than 1,000,000 Vietnamese Dong (roughly about £30), no duties or taxes will be owed.

These duties and taxes must be paid by the receiver before the final stage of delivery can take place. Vietnam has an exhaustive list of goods that are prohibited from entry into the country. This list includes:

  • Reactionary and depraved cultural products.
  • Children's toy that detrimentally influence personality, education, social order and safety
  • Goods that may cause environmental damages and other disadvantages

To find out more about passing Vietnamese customs, visit the official customs site.

Doing business in Vietnam

Vietnam is forecast to be one of the world’s top 10 economies in the next couple of decades. With this in mind, it is clear to see that investment and business dealings now could prove to be very fruitful in the future.

The following industries are particularly ripe for UK business and investment:

  • Energy – As Vietnam modernises, more people are being connected to the power grid. This means that Vietnam’s power industry is struggling to cope with this new demand. UK technology and management will help Vietnam to move beyond the problems they have.
  • Education – Vietnam needs its education system reformed and with the UK being higher education location of choice, the UK education system know-how is invaluable.
  • Healthcare – Vietnamese healthcare is in need of modernisation and investment.
  • Transport – There is a high need for investment in Vietnam’s infrastructure.

To learn more about doing business in Vietnam read the UK governments official documentation or check opportunities with our partner Exporting is Great.

How to address your parcel to Vietnam

Addressing parcels to Vietnam can be tricky. The most important thing you can do is to include all the details that your receiver can give you about their address. An urban address will use the following format:

  • John Smith
  • 69 Pham Lao Street [House number and street name]
  • District 11 [District]
  • Ho Chi Minh City [City]
  • Vietnam

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