We can now help customers ship parcels from the USA worldwide using market leading rates via our new platform, ParcelMonkey.com. We offer a variety of cost effective courier services to save you money.
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We have lots of courier services to Hong Kong available to buy online. This includes options where you drop-off your parcel at a local shop or Post Office, and others that are collected by the courier directly from your home or work.
Simply use the 'Instant Quote' box to the right to get a price for sending your parcel.
Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Hong Kong. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
|Courier Service||Price from|
|DPD Pickup Classic
Delivery in 4-5 days.
|DPD Pickup Express
Delivery in 2-3 days.
Delivery in 4-5 days.
Delivery in 7-10 days.
|International Post Office Dropoff
Delivery in 3 days.
As an Asian business centre, packages regularly cross the border to Hong Kong. To ensure that your shipment arrives smoothly, you should know a bit more about the country's regulations.
Like many countries around the world, Hong Kong used to be a British colony. Britain gained control of this Asian nation in the 1840s. For a short time, Japan was in control, before Britain again became the governing power. This arrangement remained until 1997, when Hong Kong was ceded back to China, its mother country.
Despite being under Chinese control, Hong Kong maintains much of its previous flavour in both government and economic policy. Hong Kong is a melding of both eastern and western influences, with a much more open policy than neighbouring China. Visitors can still see the distinct mark of the British occupation period in both education and business. While Hong Kong turns to China for guidance on military and foreign affairs, the largely-autonomous government is free to develop their own policies in other areas. Hong Kong has a relatively free economy, making it a mecca for trade in the region. Taxes are low and the financial sector is strong. While the seven million citizens make for a high population density, the people have a comfortable standard of living.
Most world businesses with Asian offices or headquarters make their home in Hong Kong. Because of the high population density, Hong Kong is extremely weak in agricultural resources, making it necessary to import most of what the citizens need for daily living. Hong Kong also acts a manufacturing middleman, distributing products made in nearby China. Almost the entire economy of Hong Kong rests in the service sector.
Hong Kong has some of the most lax import and export regulations in the world. Experts designate Hong Kong as a laissez-faire capitalist market. While Hong Kong does publish a list of items prohibited from import, it pays to read the regulations carefully. Upon closer examination, even these prohibited items may be sent across the border if specific requirements and licensing is obtained. The list of prohibited items include:
Besides these categories of discouraged shipments, there are more than two dozen other categories of products that are considered controlled or restricted. This list includes:
For more information, see the full listing published by the Hong Kong government. Exploring this site will uncover vital import information, including what types of permits are needed for each category of goods and what departments issue this necessary paperwork.
As a business centre, Hong Kong is focused on making business transactions as easy as possible. Because of this, most small, letter-size shipments are completely duty free and easily pass through the border of Hong Kong. This makes it extremely easy to ship paperwork, proposals and other business mail from the United Kingdom to Hong Kong. Packages, however, need full customs forms and proper declarations. It is also recommended that parcels be packaged securely, as the trip from the UK to Hong Kong is quite long.
Whilst the parcel arrived quickly, it was VERY banged about. This is my second time using Parcel Monkey and whilst Im impressed with the speed of delivery, both times the parcels have arrived in a terrible state. Luckily, the contents have been sturdy both times, but it would put me off sending anything that could get broken.
Make sending Christmas in a box to Hong Kong super easy
Site easy to use. Price much cheaper than Royal Mail through dpd. Collected parcel on time and delivered in allotted time scale. Will use again.
Brilliant service,arrived in HongKong within the week ! Most impressive. I will use again.
Always pick up at time agreed. Easy to follow admin. required. Clear comparisons of carriers and their services
Good service - recommended.
I was really pleased with the price and service. I had a parcel collected from the house in Devon and delivered to Hong Kong within a few days.