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We have lots of courier services to Malaysia 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 Malaysia. 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 4-6 days.
|DPD Pickup Express
Delivery in 3-4 days.
|DPD Air Classic
Delivery in 4-6 days.
|DPD Air Express
Delivery in 3-4 days.
Delivery in 5-8 days.
Malaysia can be described as a country of contrasts. The nation has a strong economy, a stable political climate and beautiful landscapes. However, the different ethnic groups in the nation are not treated equally, with political favouritism shown to ethnic Malays, creating an income gap between various classes that is noticeable. In addition, the country does not excel at human rights, often holding people without charge or trial. Finally, the government does not protect its vital natural resources as well as it should, despite their draw for tourists. Still, there is little outward conflict surrounding these issues, making Malaysia a good fit for British investors and businesses.
Malaysia is a nation consisting of an isthmus and surrounding islands. The government is based upon the British monarchy system, a holdover from when Malaysia was a British colony. The king, or sultan, however, holds a mainly ceremonial role, with most of the decision making made in the elected legislatures. Malaysia maintains political neutrality in foreign relations and is focused strongly on its relations with immediate Asian neighbours; however, British relations remain strong.
Though relatively small, Malaysia is a strong economic force. It ranks number three in the immediate region in overall GDP. Economic diversification that began in the 1970s and 1980s has proved a successful strategy for the country, making the economy very resilient. Manufacturing is still an important part of the economy, with strong production of petroleum products, rubber, palm oil and tin. Malaysia also has a strong financial sector and relies heavily on the tourism trade.
Malaysia promotes free trade but also prohibits some items that it does not wish to have within its borders. These prohibited items include:
Other shipments are subject to restrictions, including the need for special licensing. Restrictions may apply to:
Malaysia publishes a website that is administered by the Royal Malaysian Customs Department. While the main language of business in Malaysia is English, the site is not available in an English version. In order to glean information from this resource, it is necessary to translate the website. A translated version of the Malaysian site can be found here.
Malaysia has strong connections with other Asian nations. The majority of Malaysia's trade group memberships are in Asian-specific organisations, providing favouritism to other Asian trading partners. Still, British partners are given fair treatment. If differences and problems do arise when shipping to Malaysia, it is also good to know that the country belongs to the World Trade Organisation, which is available to settle issues between member nations.
If you're wondering, we deliver to all cities and towns in Malaysia within the same time-scope. This includes: Subang Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Klang, Johor Bahru, Ampang Jaya, Ipoh, Shah Alam, Kuching, Kota Bharu, Kota Kinabalu, Batu Sembilan Cheras, Sandakan, Kajang-Sungai Chua, Seremban, Petaling Jaya, Tawau, Alor Setar, Kuantan, Miri and Kuala Terengganu.
Sent a 13kg parcel to Malaysia, it arrived within 5 days. Have used Parcel Monkey many times and will continue to do so. Faultless service every time.
Good website, clear instructions, top service
Excellent service and so easy... Everything went like clockwork... The price was more than reasonable compared to others... A fantastic experience.. .. I would definitely use this service again.. 10 out of 10...
Initial collection day missed completely, no explanatory text or call. Uphill after that as parcel collected at time promised on the next day, and successfully delivered to recipient in Kuala Lumpur three working days later. Safe delivery is main thing, but reliable collection is also important. This is second time we have used Parcel Monkey and will certainly use them again.
I used parcel monkey 3 times now and all went smooth. I saved some money and the service is excellent. Easy to use.
Very good service. Parcel arrived in Malaysia earlier than expected.
Used Parcel Monkey for the first time to send a package from the UK to Malaysia. I loved the tracking feature showing exactly where the parcel was and when it would be delivered. I would definitely use them again and recommend to other people
The service provided by Parcelmonkey was very very good. They reduced the postage by more than 69% over the fee I paid the last time I walked up to my local post office for a very similar service. My only minor concern was, that as a first time user it took a litle longer (minutes rather than seconds) for me to receive the parcel label and I spent those minutes trying to confirm what would happen next. Next time Ill be clued up and will definitely use the service again.