Send parcels to Thailand for less with Parcel Monkey.
You can save money on shipping to Thailand with our courier quote calculator. Get an instant quote from multiple couriers and benefit from our discounted rates with DHL, DPD, TrakPak and Parcelforce.
Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Thailand. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
The Kingdom of Thailand is a constitutional monarchy. It used to be called Siam and is located in the Indochina peninsula in South East Asia and shares borders with Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos and Burma. It is also the 20th most populous country in the world with a population exceeding that of the UK.
The costs to send a parcel to Thailand, including the cities of Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pak Kret, Hat Yai and others are very reasonable considering the distance your parcel will travel. This is down to an improved infrastructure which has developed to handle to the booming tourism industry. Prices to send a parcel to Thailand start from just £17.99 via TrakPak with an estimated delivery time of 7-9 days, perfect for those who want affordable door to door shipping.
Further to this we have some great value service with DPD Air Classic who come and collect the parcel from your home or work address and deliver to Thailand in 4-6 days from just £19.19. This comes with all the benefits of the DPD App including delivery notifications in the recipients language.
Other speedy services include the ParcelForce option and Parcel Monkey Air Express both come at under £30 and these services are good for heavy parcels being sent to Thailand, meaning a 20kg box would cost around £90 to £100. An urgent small parcel can be sent via the ever reliable DHL Express service for under £55 and arrives in 2-3 working days, plus they can carry heavy items as well. .
In recent years Thailand's economy has been growing rapidly following a drive for industrialisation and closer emphasis on the global economy. Much of the economy today is focused on the electronic industries, transport and raw materials such as gold powder, latex and oil products. The export of rice is also of importance to the local economy.
Just as most countries outside of the EU have import restrictions, so does Thailand. You can read the current list here and this is a very useful site, although you will need a browser which can translate the content for you like Google Chrome.
The parcelarrived 1 day late but this was a parcelforce issue
Easy to use fast delivery
This seems like a good site to use to send a parcel to Thailand. The website was easy enough to use but the process is complicated with the detail required by customs. Leave yourself enough time to fill in the questions very carefully. I got kicked off the first time because I took too long completing the form :-( It hasnt arrived yet so when it does I will amend to 5 stars
The selection page was relatively straight forward - I was able to select the cheapest option for my level of service and the item was delivered to the other side of the world in a week. The customs formalities were a bit of a pain, guess thats going to be the name of the game post Brexit.
Parcels picked up and delivered in time. Very good value. Would highly recommend.
Very good service. Everything on time. Easy to use.
does what it says on the tin.. deliver parcels.